PwC has been awarded the Gold Award for Best Pro Bono/Workplace Volunteering, as part of the 2019 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards from One Million Donors.
The Awards are part of the One Million Donors campaign to see a million working Australians donating to charity through work. Australia’s leading companies across business, education and service, were recognised for their innovative workplace giving programs and commitment to creating a national culture of giving.
PwC has been recognised as one of the ‘Top 5 Best Workplaces to Give Back’ by GoodCompany.
The award acknowledges organisations that best empower their people to have a positive social impact through donations, fundraising and volunteering. GoodCompany acknowledges companies that recognise the social shift of employees from ambition to meaning.
Our people at PwC are committed to making a difference in society and this award is a reflection of them.
For the second year in a row, PwC has been awarded the employer of Choice Corporate Award by the Women in Technology association.
The award acknowledges organisations that allow for men and women to participate equally in the workforce through demonstrating a long-lasting commitment to fostering a working environment that embraces equal opportunity and flexibility in work practices and programs.
At PwC we strive for diversity in our workplace and remain committed to creating equal opportunities for women, at work and in life.
PwC is proud to be announced as a gold employer at the Australian LGBTI Inclusion awards.
The gold award is the highest recognition obtainable outside of the Platinum Employer recognition and is awarded to organisations for their work and activity in the area of LGBTI inclusion within the workplace.
GLEE@PwC an employee-led network is a reflection of our work in this area. At PwC we celebrate difference and uniqueness and GLEE helps us do this in the LGBTI community by increasing awareness among our people, offering information, support and networking opportunities. The Australia LGBTI Inclusion Award was accepted by the leader of our employee-led network, Marty Jovic.
PwC Legal is honoured to announce that 21 of our partners have been recognised in the Best Lawyers list published by the Australian Financial Review. These results demonstrate the quality of our PwC legal team.
The Best Lawyers list is a peer review guide to the legal profession worldwide with Australian lawyers reviewed based on professional expertise and likelihood to refer work.
Commenting on the rankings, Pwc Legal Leader Tony O’Malley said, “More than 60% of our PwC Legal partners have been recognised by Best Lawyers, highlighting the quality and standing of the team in the market. Acquiring and developing top talent is at the heart of our strategy to deliver integrated business solutions.”
PwC Australia’s Kristin Stubbins has been named one of The Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence in the innovation category.
The innovation award specifically honours women who are driving innovation and entrepreneurship, within a business, though their work in the sciences, medicine, academia, technology, finance, engineering or in organisational design and management. This category also recognises innovative ways of tackling community and social issues and improving inclusion.
The award recognises Kristin’s work on multiple initiatives, such as co-founding InnoWell, a joint venture with the University of Sydney that has created technology-enabled mental health solutions. Additionally, Kristin has led a region-wide collaboration project with PwC partners to develop new audit technologies as well as working with female business leaders on Women for Change, using education to empower women in developing nations.
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