We believe that offering people the flexibility to decide on the work pattern that’s most effective for them is crucial to support their mental and physical wellbeing. Our hybrid way of working helps people find a good balance between office and homeworking. The model leverages what we’ve learned over the past years about how best to connect people with each other, including clients and suppliers, in a way that suits them. This enables us to create a culture that empowers people and supports how, when and where they work.
Our values steer our decision making and we focus on keeping our people safe and caring about their personal wellbeing. That includes providing a healthy and positive working environment that enables our people to thrive and be the best version of themselves. We also have a number of initiatives in place that enable people to make wellbeing a true living reality at PwC, including Energy@PwC, Fit for You and Be Well, Work Well, alongside workshops aimed at helping everyone enjoy sound mental and physical health.
Ergonomy and people’s general wellbeing in the way they work are very important to PwC. All staff have the right to request an ergo kit that comprises a PC stand, keyboard and mouse. We also have ergonomics ambassadors around the firm whom employees can turn to with questions or for advice.
To enable people with families and other personal commitments to enjoy better work/life balance, we offer different work schedules to enable them to work in a way that suits them best. These schedules include part-time work and a flexible working schedule that represents an 85% part-time work schedule and an extra maximum of 40 days annual leave.
With PwC you have the possibility to work abroad for a period of time
We give people time and opportunity to make a positive contribution