At PwC, we’re all different. We believe that people from diverse backgrounds and with different points of view can work together to create the most value – for our clients, our people and our society.
To solve important problems we need to be inclusive of our diverse talent and empower our people to use their creativity, authenticity and human differences to be the champions of change.
We believe it’s everyone's responsibility to help create a world of equal opportunity where no one is judged by the colour of their skin, their sexual orientation, gender identity, religious beliefs, disabilities or other differences.
The PwC network has established a council to drive the agenda of Diversity and Inclusion. Individual member firms such as ours in Mauritius follow the global agenda and our local D&I committee drive initiatives across the 4 pillars - Generational, Gender, Disability Inclusion and Country/Culture.
As at date we are proud of the progress we have made and we are committed to go further and faster and help others on their journey. We aspire to be a workplace that supports all of our people and community to have the same opportunities.
Our Re-ImaGen committee is committed to ensuring that all age groups are actively engaged and represented during decision making. Their focus is also on career aspirations, attitudes about work, and knowledge of new technologies that defines the culture of PwC.
Supporting our people to learn new skills, progress in their careers and reach their full potential regardless of their gender. For the occasion of International Women’s day, lately the D&I committee hosted a joint gender forum to discuss the pressures and impediments to female career development.
As a team we are committed to working towards providing a work environment that is caring and supportive to our colleagues and people in our community. We have teamed up with the Global Rainbow Foundation to offer our support on accessibility to the PwC centre, employment and mentorship to their members.
As a firm, we are also focused on developing a strategic, coordinated approach to hiring and employment policies and tools to help foster the PwC experience for people with disabilities.
Transforming our workforce and the way we work requires us to have very diverse talented people, from different backgrounds, people who have different experiences and bring innovation, creativity and a fresh perspective. We’re committed to improving the diversity of our workforce by building a culture that’s genuinely inclusive, a culture that empowers all of our people to thrive and feel they belong at PwC.
During our weekly 2020 'Meet #teamPwC' online webcast series, our Expats shared how they were adapting to island life during an interactive session, raising awareness on how we embrace diversity in the workplace.
Technology, automation and artificial intelligence are disrupting how we work. In this rapidly changing world, technical capabilities are no longer enough. The skills that make us uniquely human will matter most.
Leadership, flexibility, relationships, ambition and insight. At PwC, we see and develop these traits in everyone. At their happiest, most engaged and most creative, our people are unstoppable. It's their ‘human difference’ that helps them thrive in life and at work.
Our PwC Professional Framework articulates the attributes we look for in a PwC professional in order to meet the expectations of our clients, colleagues and communities.