Our goal is to create a flexible work environment where we can respond in the most agile way to the demands of a client service business while providing our employees with control and influence over their own quality of life.
PwC has also integrated the concept of worklife flexibility into the day-to-day work environment through several programs, including:
In a truly flexible work environment, individuals and teams decide together how and where work gets done.
That's why PwC is creating a new paradigm of work. One where individual goals are respected as much as professional goals, and contribution is measured by results, not by the number of hours you spend in the office.
To do this, the firm offers several formal flexible work arrangements from telecommuting to a compressed workweek. Leaders and colleagues work collaboratively to assess these arrangements in the context of the needs of the individual, the team and the client.
The formal flexible work arrangements PwC offers include:
"To me, flexibility is about having predictability in our work. That means we need to work together to plan, coordinate schedules and deliverables, and give each other the ability to take the personal time we need to pursue all of our goals."
US Chairman and Senior Partner
"We believe not only in acknowledging flexibility, but also celebrating it. And we know that achieving a culture of flexibility requires a culture of trust – where we can openly discuss our flexibility needs without fear of being viewed as less committed. And – trust and candor, along with teamwork and collaboration are necessary components of enabling flexibility."
Chief People Officer