It’s how the receptionist always greets you by name in the morning. It’s the way your team remembers your birthday. It’s how your buddy helps show you how to use the scanner for the third time! This is the culture of PwC – friendly, welcoming and open.
When you join PwC, we want you to bring your own individual personality, experience and background. You’ll collaborate within a team of individuals. You’ll get feedback on how you’re doing. We also have formal feedback programmes. These will give both positive and constructive views to help you develop continually.
Joining PwC, you will be part of an inclusive environment where we don’t just talk about diversity, we celebrate it.
From our inclusive professional network GLEE@PwC (Gays, Lesbians and Everyone Else) to local Lean In circles, there are many opportunities to get involved.
We have a recognition awards programme to celebrate your success. We put you in the driver’s seat by asking you to nominate someone you feel went above and beyond in their role. It’s your chance to recognise someone who’s made a difference to you.
At PwC, we work hard but like to have fun too. So whether you’re sporty, creative, or just like a good night out, we’ve got something for you. Our sports and social committees organise plenty of events. You can go to golf outings, tag rugby, table quizzes and social nights. If public speaking is on your bucket list, you can join our Toastmasters society. We’re open to hearing your ideas for new clubs and societies too.
At PwC we recognise that we have a responsibility to our people and to our communities. We’re committed to having a positive impact on everyone around us. We aim to work with integrity and responsibility in everything we do.
When you join us, you can get involved in charitable and community activities. You can donate your time, your skills or fundraise for your charity. We make it easy for you to give something back.
Take part in our many community youth programmes. See yourself as a teacher? Get involved in a local school, where you’ll teach children about work and enterprise. Many of our volunteers stay connected with the schools and mentor its pupils. To date, our volunteers have motivated over 7,500 pupils to bridge the gap between school and work.
We need people with different approaches to problem solving. You come from your own unique background. We want you to be yourself and challenge the status quo. That’s why diversity and inclusion is always front of mind for PwC. It’s why you’ll be able to get involved in activities that promote diversity.
When it comes to our responsibilities, we never stand still. We are always conscious of our environmental impact. We’re achieving great results, supported by our PwC Green Team. We hold bike service days, have a “binless office” and give you a travel mug when you join.
Supporting Camara initiatives
Supporting the Irish Cancer Society in Spencer Dock
Managing Partner Feargal O'Rourke takes part in the Localise Cyclethon
Renovating a garden for St Vincent de Paul
Helping to paint Crumlin Children's Hospital
Lending a hand at Down Syndrome Ireland