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To solve important problems we need to be inclusive of our diverse talent and use the power of our differences to achieve our goals.
At PwC, diversity and inclusion is a priority because we need the best available talent to create value for our clients, people and communities. We hire and nurture professionals with a variety of approaches to problem-solving, who are willing to challenge the status quo, who think differently from one another, and who come from many different backgrounds and cultures.
We're incredibly proud to be a founding sponsor of the Onyx Initiative. The Onyx Initiative supports Black students and recent graduates with coaching and online training on important job-hunting skills, including crafting a cover letter and preparing for a job interview. It’ll also connect students with prospective employers, including PwC Canada.
By Emma Whalley-Hands, Partner, PwC Canada
When I first realised I was gay, the biggest disappointment to me was that I thought that it would mean that I could never have my own family. I had no role models showing me that type of family dynamic at play. I couldn’t imagine how I’d even go about building a family with another woman and in addition to that, same-sex marriage was not yet legalised in the UK.