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PricewaterhouseCoopers is making industry-leading strides in its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels. It’s serious about attracting new and diverse talent: In April 2021, building on its existing relationship with 35 HBCUs and 41 Hispanic-serving institutions, the firm made a new $125 million commitment to its Access Your Potential program, which fosters a equitable future for 25,000 Black and Latinx college students by providing digital mentorship and skills training to prepare them for the start of their careers. In addition to a goal of hiring 10,000 new graduates over the next five years, PwC also offers a Student Loan Paydown benefit in which the company pays up to $1,200 per employee each year. In July 2021 it took additional steps toward fostering a more equitable workplace through a robust expansion of its existing transgender-specific health benefits, as well as building on the Inclusion Networks to launch a new inter-belief group with subchapters for Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and Hindu professionals and their allies. As one employee says, “Our leadership’s prioritization of social justice and ESG initiatives this past year has demonstrated that it’s not just fluff, and we really are committed to this goal.” Read the Great Place to Work review.
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