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Diversity

8.6 / 10

(based on 76 ratings in 2016)

2016

"I have a disability and this was not a factor in my recruitment."
Intern, Dublin
"I think the firm could improve diversity in the coming years. It would be nice to see more partners who are women or from a background/ethnicity other than Irish and Caucasian."
Graduate, Dublin
"The company is very committed to diversity, even up to the directors' board. It's aiming to increase the number of women on the board in the next year. It also wants people to be comfortable in their own skin while in work and actively reminds us that they accept every person as they are."
Graduate, Waterford
"Very committed to this. It's a multicultural office and everyone is treated fairly. There's a GLEE (gay, lesbian and everything else) society in the office too."
Graduate, Dublin
"The workforce has slightly more men than women and there are a lot of different cultures represented."
Graduate, Dublin
"The company has made it clear to everyone working here that it is culturally diverse. It encourages everyone to be themselves and an LGBT committee has recently been set up within the company. It tries to help staff with any issues they may have and has very fair policies when it comes to recruitment, promotion, childcare and maternity leave."
Dublin
"It is shown that inequality will not be tolerated on any level and this has been emphasised to me on many occasions, which has impressed me. I can see the evidence of this being practised on a day-to-day basis."
Graduate, Dublin
"From what I have seen on the website and from being here, PwC is inclusive of all people regardless of race or religion etc."
Intern, Dublin
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