75% of females in China and Hong Kong say employers that offer mobility opportunities are more attractive and similarly, 74% said it was a driving factor in keeping them with an employer.
PwC’s diversity and inclusion strategy is closely aligned with our business ambition. We believe that an inclusive climate will unleash the full potential of our people, therefore optimising the power of our collective workforce to innovate and to deliver distinctive experiences in everything we do for clients and ourselves.
A key area we focus on is enhancing organisational inclusion to create a workplace culture where diverse employees can feel safe to be their whole selves. The culture we desire is one in which our people can build relationships, share ideas and voice their perspectives constructively without judgement or bias. We believe cultural intelligence and dexterity are imperative business skills that will drive success in our interactions every day. Being open minded to views of the world with someone who thinks very different from us is a fundamental concept in our diversity and inclusion work.
Our inclusion work is primary to four strategic dimensions in support of PwC’s continued expansion in the region, including: Gender, valuing differences, generations and culture. We also appreciate diversity and inclusion in other expressions and the value they bring to PwC. We are committed to extending our coverage to support the professional growth of the widest range of talent.
Engagement and success
This year, our people have told us that they believe PwC is an inclusive work environment where individual differences are respected and valued, scoring 78% up 2% y-o-y.
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