PricewaterhouseCoopers has been named one of DiversityInc’s “Top Companies for Global Diversity”, a new select list of five top companies chosen for their strong commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive global culture. This is the first time DiversityInc has put together a global list.
“We are extremely proud to have made it into DiversityInc’s first-ever global top five list, which is testimony to the ongoing dedication of our firms around the world to building and fostering an inclusive environment .For PwC, diversity is not just the right thing to do; it is a business issue. We believe that when you work in teams that reflect different backgrounds and perspectives you’re going to get a better answer and innovative solutions,” says Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr., PricewaterhouseCoopers Global CEO.
PwC , according to a spokesperson, refuses to do business in countries which do not adhere to the same human rights values In 2006, PwC formed the Gender Advisory Council (GAC), an action- and results-oriented advisory group of partners from around the world who provide advice and assistance to PwC Global CEO Sam DiPiazza on the issue of women at PwC At the 2007 Extended Leadership Meeting of PwC CEOs, the GAC presented “The Leaking Pipeline”, a qualitative study of 79 PwC women, speaking frankly about their careers and paths to leadership.
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