Beyond the responsibility we have to each and every client, we play an important role in the greater marketplace and have an opportunity to contribute to the common good. Through our core values and the way we operate and serve our clients, our people, and our communities with quality every day, PwC makes a positive impact.Close
Our professionals are at the heart of our business strategy and success. We recruit top talent with a focus on diversity and inclusion. We offer world-class learning and development opportunities, and exceptional growth opportunities, across our global network of firms. And we continue to enhance all of the elements that make PwC a great place to work.Close
We have a social obligation to provide intellectual, physical, and financial support to our communities. On a more personal level, our people care about the communities in which they live and work, and this culture is a distinctive point of pride at PwC.Close
We are committed to environmental stewardship because we see it as critical to the long-term success and sustainability of our business and our clients' businesses. We also view environmental stewardship as critical to our communities and to those who work within them, including our partners and staff.Close
Public reporting is an essential element of building the trust and transparency that are vital to healthy, functioning markets. In that spirit, we welcome you to the second Corporate Responsibility (CR) report of the US firm of PwC.
Our corporate responsibility (CR) strategy builds on PwC’s long-standing values and ethical practices and recognizes our most important CR impacts and opportunities. CR is a key component of our overall business strategy. Doing business responsibly, while engaging our stakeholders and communities, is critical to the sustainability of our business, our people, and our communities. CR engages our people at a deeper level, helps create efficiencies in our processes, and serves as a catalyst for growth.
We approach CR in the US through four areas of focus – Marketplace, People, Community, and Environment – which also form the major sections of this report. Within this framework, our CR strategy focuses on three societal issues (or cause areas): youth education, climate change, and social inclusion. These act as our guiding principles that focus our actions and serve as a consistent global framework to organize our expanding efforts.
Reporting is an important way of strengthening ties with our stakeholders, and we welcome your feedback via our Contact Us page.
Bob Moritz, US Chairman and senior partner, discusses how the expectations of PwC's stakeholders have changed over time, and how PwC seeks to have a positive impact on them.
Learn about our firm's governance and how we manage corporate responsibility as an opportunity to engage our employees and deliver value to our stakeholders. Read more.
Our stakeholder reach is significant because of the nature of our profession, the services we provide, and how we connect with our employees and interact with our communities and others. Read more.