PwC Malaysia was recognised for being one of the Top 5 Employers in Malaysia who hired the most number of women returning to the workforce in 2017 at the launch of TalentCorp's inaugural Career Comeback ReIGNITE Award.
The Career Comeback ReIGNITE Award was launched by TalentCorp in collaboration with the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development, in conjunction with this year’s International Women's Day theme #PressforProgress, to recognise Malaysian employers in raising the bar to support women returning to the workforce after a career break.
Other award recipients include Maybank Group, Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd, Keysight Technologies, and Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Bhd.
At the Life at Work Awards 2017, PwC emerged as the 2017/18 Best International Organisation thanks to programmes such as flex+ that allows for work flexibility and benefits in consideration of people's lives outside work. This also includes initiatives such as flexFriday, flexCare, Rest & Refresh, and more.
PwC was also given a Special Mention for the Human Library initiative that has taken place every year since 2016 as part of our Diversity programme. It was originally developed in Copenhagen in 2000 and now Human Library is a global initiative that puts real people on loan to readers.
Now in its fifth year, the Life at Work Awards is organised by TalentCorp and recognises employers who champion diversity and inclusion in the workplace across Malaysia.
PwC Malaysia emerged as Graduate Employer of the year at the annual Malaysia’s Leading 100 Graduate Employers (M100) Awards. Results were determined by a survey conducted across all major universities in Malaysia from early 2017 to September, where students and graduates were tasked to select employers they most want to work for.
Close to 30,000 respondents participated in the 2017 survey where PwC was also selected as the #1 choice for the Accounting and Professional Services sector, and the Consulting sector.
The survey is also called the Malaysia Graduate Barometer, where respondents selected from a list of over 200 employers in various career sectors that most interest them and their employer of choice.
PwC Malaysia was voted as one of the most preferred organisation in the industry and among the Top 50 overall preferred organisation in Graduan Brand Awards 2016.
We were ranked #1 among the Professional Services industry and #14 overall (the top among the Big 4).
For the survey, talents were asked to list the top six organisations they want to work for. From the results, more than 1,300 organisations from various disciplines were listed down. The top 50 organisations with the most votes were highlighted, based on the backgrounds/disciplines of those who voted.
The study was conducted by GRADUAN®, the organiser of Graduan Aspire and the data was analysed by Putra Business School. The survey involved a total of 14,036 respondents out of 43,900 visitors who visited the fair the Graduan Aspire Career & Postgraduate Fair 2016, held in Kuala Lumpur on 28 and 29 May 2016.
PwC Malaysia emerged as the 1st runner-up at the annual Malaysia’s Leading 100 Graduate Employers (M100) Awards. Results were determined by a survey conducted across all major universities in Malaysia from March to September, where students and graduates were tasked to select employers they most want to work for.
Over 20,000 students and graduates took part in the 2016 survey and they have also selected PwC as one of the top 3 employers
Conducted by GTI Media and powered by Trendence, Europe’s leading research institute, the M100 survey is the largest graduate recruitment survey in Malaysia.
PwC Malaysia was voted as one of the most preferred organisation in the industry and among the Top 50 overall preferred organisation in Graduan Brand Awards 2015.
We were ranked #1 among the Professional Services industry and #11 overall.
For the survey, talents were asked to list the top six organisations they want to work for. From the results, more than 700 organisations were named. The top 50 organisations with the most votes were highlighted, based on the backgrounds/disciplines of those who voted.
The study was conducted by GRADUAN®, the organiser of Graduan Aspire. It was endorsed by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia and supported by Talent Corporation Malaysia. The data was analysed by Putra Business School during the Graduan Aspire Career & Postgraduate Fair 2015, held in Kuala Lumpur on 17 and 18 May 2015.
PwC Malaysia won the Malaysia Tax Firm of the Year award at the recent International Tax Review Asia Tax Awards 2016. The award is in recognition of PwC Malaysia's best work reflecting the innovative and leading edge solutions we bring to our clients in helping them adapt to the complex tax landscape. This is based on submissions by Tax Partners and Directors as well as testimonials and feedback from clients.
About International Tax Review Awards
The International Tax Review has established itself since 1990 as the world's most authoritative magazine dedicated to international tax strategy. Each issue includes comprehensive international news and analysis, unique guides to the most recent international deals, in-depth features, surveys, international updates, and profiles.
The Asia Tax Awards, determined by the International Tax Review's editorial team in consultation with tax executives, recognises the leading law and accounting practices and are presented to firms that demonstrate examples of the most innovative client work in the Asia-Pacific region. The last Asia Tax Awards took place in November 2010.
MaSRA is the longest running sustainability award in Malaysia and still going strong after 12 years. PwC Malaysia was one of 7 winners and 20 short-listed entries this year. There were a total of 51 submissions.
The panel of judges included CEOs and Directors from Securities Commission Malaysia, Bursa Malaysia (the Central Stock Exchange), Talent Corporation Malaysia, ValueCap Sdn Bhd, Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC), Minority Shareholder Watchdog Group and WWF Malaysia. Key criteria judges looked at were completeness, credibilityand communication.
Find out more about ACCA MaSRA here.
This was PwC Malaysia's second time participating in a sustainability award. Last year, we won the Commendation award for Reporting on Diversity & Inclusion. These wins would not be possible without collaboration with our Sustainability & Climate Change team.
Our report discloses our Health campaign, #FitPwC and Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) milestones which are linked to talent risks and retention, inclusion of D&I in 2 year CR strategic plans and to raise awareness on unconscious biases at the workplace. Learn more about our workplace initiatives in our 2014-2015 CR Report.
MaSRA is the longest running sustainability award in Malaysia and still going strong after 11 years. PwC Malaysia was one of 9 winners and 26 short-listed entries this year. There were a total of 55 submissions, an increase of 15% from last year.
The panel of judges included CEOs and Directors from Securities Commission Malaysia, Bursa Malaysia (the Central Stock Exchange), Talent Corporation Malaysia, ValueCap Sdn Bhd and Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC). Key criteria judges looked at were completeness, credibility and communication. Find out more about ACCA MaSRA here.
This was PwC Malaysia's first time participating in a sustainability award and we won the Commendation award for Reporting on Diversity & Inclusion.
One of our winning factors was having one of the first GRI4.0 reports in Malaysia. A feat which would not be possible without the help of our Sustainability & Climate Change team.
Our report also discloses D&I milestones which are linked to talent risks and retention, inclusion of D&I in 2 year CR strategic plans and extensive efforts to engage women at the workplace. Learn more about our Diversity & Inclusion initiatives.
At the Life at Work Award 2014, PwC Malaysia Managing Partner Sridharan Nair emerged as the inaugural winner of the CEO Champion category.
Currently in its second year, the Life at Work Award recognises and celebrates women-friendly employers with leading workplace strategies that demonstrate drive, commitment and tenacity to champion the diversity and inclusion agenda. The award is organised by Talent Corporation Malaysia Berhad (Talentcorp) and Towers Watson in collaboration with the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development.
The award was presented by the Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin during the 12th Women’s Summit on 15 September 2014.
“PwC Malaysia recognises that retaining qualified women professionals is a critical business imperative and there is a need to provide flexibility for women to balance work and family commitments. One of our initiatives is the Back2Work Programme to hire women returnees, providing them the option to apply for a Flexible Work Arrangements package,” said Sri.
We're proud to announce that PwC Malaysia was named as the "Best Service Provider for Business Continuity Management (BCM)" in Malaysia for the second year running. Ong Ai Lin, Senior Executive Director pictured here with her team, accepted the award from Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) International.
We are heartened by the recognition from both the industry and institute in promoting business continuity to the community, and providing our clients with practical and innovative solutions to be able to respond to today’s changing BCM landscape.
With a client base of almost 50 organisations, our team continuously helps form BCM networking groups amongst our clients by providing them with a platform to network, share and exchange knowledge and ideas on current BCM trends and practices. PwC has also strived to establish long-term collaborations with local and international universities in efforts to provide greater awareness of BCM.
We are also thrilled to share that many of our PwC BCM alumni have taken up senior BCM positions in prominent national and multinational companies in Malaysia while PwC’s clients are also at the BCM forefront in this region. Two of our BCM clients were also recognised by DRI International this year as the “Best BCM Program Leader of the Year” as well as the “Best BCM Organisation for the Public Sector”.
PwC Malaysia was awarded the Supportive Advisory Firm of 2013 by the Malaysian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (“MVCPEA”) during the MVCA Annual Dinner and Awards Night 2014 earlier this year.
The award was in recognition of PwC Malaysia's support and assistance in dealing with the accounting issues in the Malaysian venture capital and private equity industry that were raised in 2013.
PwC Malaysia Executive Chairman Dato' Mohammad Faiz Azmi received the award from YBhg. Tan Sri Dr. Irwan Serigar Abdullah, the Secretary General of Treasury Malaysia, who was the guest of honour at the annual MVCA dinner. Other attendees included key government officials, technology industry experts and foreign venture capital and private equity players.
The MVCA Annual Dinner and Awards Night 2014 also saw six companies recognised under the Outstanding Investee Companies of 2013 category, and five parties recognised under the Supportive GLC (government-linked company) and Industry Partners 2013 category.
PwC Malaysia walked away with four awards at the recent Human Resources Excellence Awards 2014 held at the Hilton Kuala Lumpur, which saw a 270-strong crowd of HR professionals gather to celebrate their work and achievements from over the past year across 16 highly contested categories.
Organised by Human Resources magazine, Asia’s most read and most respected source of HR news and intelligence, and judged solely by HR leaders in the industry, the awards aim to recognise and honour organisations and HR professionals for their outstanding work and practice in Malaysia.
PwC Malaysia took home the GOLD awards for Excellence in Employer Branding, Excellence in Recruitment & Retention Strategy and Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) Practices, and the BRONZE award for Excellence in HR Social Media & Technology.