Diversity & Inclusion

Organisations that invest in diversity attract top talent, foster greater innovation, and have improved financial performance. But as diversity and inclusion comes more under the spotlight, what does it take to deliver a strategy that meets the needs of your business and stakeholders?

Diversity and inclusion is no longer a talking point

As diversity and inclusion now play a powerful role in shaping stakeholder perceptions, your record is more than ever before under scrutiny, not only among the talent you attract and retain, but with consumers and investors as well.

Now is the time to include diversity and inclusion as a board level conversation. Building a robust diversity and inclusion strategy, and including it in your risk and wider business management will enable your organisation to actively shape perceptions and gain that competitive advantage.

Diversity and inclusion is no longer a talking point


Women in hospitality, travel and leisure

Women in hospitality, travel and leisure

We joined forces with Tea Colaianni - Chair of Women in Hospitality 2020, Korn Ferry, People 1st, Oxford Brookes and others to assess how equipped the industry is to achieve 33% female representation across boards and executive committees by 2020 - a target set by the Hampton-Alexander Review.

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Contact us

Jon Terry
UK financial services people leader, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 20 721 24370

Katy Bennett
FS Diversity & Inclusion Consulting Leader, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 7715 211 210

Alastair Woods
Partner, Reward, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 7834 250 359

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