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Be Well, Work Well

Welcome to PwC’s investment in well-being, helping our people feel empowered and supported to integrate well-being and bring their best selves in support of The New Equation — at home, at work and everywhere in between.

What does well-being mean to PwC?

Be Well, Work Well is about forming everyday healthy habits that help fuel our six dimensions of well-being —  Physical, Emotional, Mental, Spiritual, Financial and Social —  which are proven drivers of performance, fulfillment and engagement. This goes beyond the traditional employee wellness programs focused mostly on physical health; it’s a holistic approach to a more happier and healthier life.

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Our Be Well, Work Well framework is based on six dimensions of well-being

“To be our best selves at work, home and everywhere in between, we encourage our people to speak up for what’s important to them and incorporate healthy habits into their routine.”

DeAnne Aussem,PwC’s Leadership Development and Well-being Leader

How do we foster well-being?

An everyday focus on kindness

Sharing kindness is so easy and it feels so good — see what people are doing and pass along a little happiness today.

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Well-being starts at the top

Follow DeAnne Aussem’s blog for tips and insight.

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Well-being Learning Project

Discover the three healthy habits that rose to the top of this collaborative study, delivering the greatest impact on employee well-being.

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DeAnne Aussem

DeAnne Aussem

Leadership Development & Well-being Leader, PwC US

Cecilia Tse

Cecilia Tse

Director, Well-being Strategy Leader, PwC US

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