As businesses surpass the one-month mark of mandatory work-from-home orders due to the coronavirus, teams are adjusting to a new normal. But for many companies that don’t typically collaborate virtually, this adjustment is an ongoing…
A new study by PwC (DiversityInc Top 50 Hall of Fame) and the Center for Effective Organization at the University of Southern California (USC) has defined employees’ well-being as a more than just a workplace perk. PwC’s Well-Being…
A panel of veterans at PwC give career advice to other veterans on topics such as transitioning from the military, networking, finding mentors and acclimating to a new work life.
PwC Principal Mike Donoghue gives key advice to veterans on how to network, become a high potential, learn from mistakes and overcoming roadblocks.
PwC’s Chris Crace Gives Advice on Overcoming Roadblocks, Getting Back on Track and Not Being Afraid to Fail
PwC’s Veteran’s Advocacy Leader Chris Crace gives career advice on overcoming roadblocks, getting back on track and not being afraid to fail.
TD Bank and PwC share best practices on recruiting people with disabilities.
PwC’s Elena Richards gives an example of a microaggression and how to work around it.
US Chairman and Senior Partner Tim Ryan discusses PwC’s “Blindspots” training designed to identify and address unconscious biases.
PwC’s Brad Hopton discusses how to balance work and family members with special needs. Hopton advises to bring your whole self and not compartmentalize personal life vs. professional life because the two will cross over.
PwC’s Anne Donovan gives advice on how to ask for flexibility, how to get it and how to make it work. Donovan advises that you must be confident but patient when asking for flexibility.
PwC’s Liz Taishoff Sweigart discusses how she managed work and home after returning to the firm after maternity leave. Sweigart also gives advice on how moms and dads must “get comfortable with their new normal.”