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People and Organisation

Creating a future-ready workforce

The world of work is changing - fast.

The pressure to optimise costs and maximise productivity is always there. Today, it’s made more complicated by disruptive technology, the increasing complexity of geopolitics, the constant tests of risk and regulation, and the ongoing race to find and keep the right talent with the right skills. These forces are reshaping the workplace and introducing new challenges that impact your whole organisation.

Making sure your workforce is ready for these uncertain times is essential to building trust in the marketplace. PwC’s community of solvers combines the breadth of strategic knowledge and hands-on implementation experience to help your business - and your people - adjust to change and thrive in an unpredictable world.

Our organisational strategists, human resource (HR) practitioners, and regulatory, tax, technology and employment specialists work together to help unleash the potential of your people, build trust in your market and deliver sustained outcomes for your business.

What can business learn from entertainment?

Expectations of work are changing, accelerated by the pandemic. People want more choice and flexibility when it comes to how, when and where they work. We debate what businesses can learn about creating great, personalised experiences from the entertainment industry, and the long-term benefits of empowering people.

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Peter Brown

Peter Brown

Co-Leader, Global People and Organisation , PwC United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)7789 003712

Brenda Trenowden CBE

Brenda Trenowden CBE

Partner, Diversity & Inclusion Consulting, PwC United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)7483 329718

Fiona Camenzuli

Fiona Camenzuli

People & Organisation Network Leader, PwC United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)7739 876723

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