Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity at PwC Hungary

At PwC, we respect and value differences because every single one of us is different – 250,000 people in 157 countries! We know that when people from different backgrounds and with different points of view work together, we create the most value – for our clients, our people and society. We have set up a task force comprising both male and female colleagues of different ages and backgrounds to discuss and promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and help find real answers to problems our people face.

Each of our service lines and employees have different priorities, some of which are clearly shared. Finding the right strategy to address these priorities will foster a sense of well-being in our environment. Such shared priorities include, for example, the needs of parents working at PwC, non-standard types of employment, and support required for career paths in different life situations. These are some of the issues that we work on in our Diversity Target Group.

Márta Szűcs
Partner, Diversity & Inclusion Leader


We believe it is very important that women are treated equally in and outside the workplace, and we are committed to ensuring that their opinions and ideas are given the same weight as those of their male colleagues. That is why we have joined the global initiative #HeForShe, and we encourage the staff in our Hungarian office to share their thoughts on why this cause is important to them.

European Diversity Charter 

In October 2018 we signed the European Diversity Charter for the third time, which promotes diversity and antidiscrimination in the workplace. Its main objective is to raise leaders’ awareness and to increase their commitment to mainstreaming diversity in their organisations by providing support and inspiration for developing human resource management.


We are convinced that being open, judging everyone solely on the basis of their achievements and actions, is not only the right thing to do, but experience indicates that it makes business sense.


Simon Katalin

Simon Katalin

PR Menedzser, PwC Hungary

Mészáros Balázs

Mészáros Balázs

Partner, PwC Hungary

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