Our top sustainability challenges

Societal Impact:

One of the most complex challenges, it is about our role in shaping the world we are living in and how we can drive positive societal change. Taking the 17 UN Sustainability Development Goals as our guideline, we’re identifying and taking appropriate actions in areas where we can have the most significant impact in producing shared value.

Conflict of Interest and Independence:

One of the fundamental characteristics of how we work is and should be that we stay independent and do not find ourselves in any conflict of interest of any kind. That’s the foundation of the trust-based relationship we want to build with our stakeholders. We thus need to ensure that PwC works in total independence, across all its core activities, at all times.

Employee Journey:

We want our People to have the best possible employee experience, from the moment they apply for a job at PwC and throughout their career with us. Our challenge is to reduce the rate of voluntary turnover by finding the right people, improving their “employee journey” with us and thereby managing to retain them.

Continuous Learning:

Our firm is known for being an excellent training ground for our People, helping them to develop market-leading expertise that is relevant to their job, their career and our clients. Our objective remains to continue to offer trainings on knowledge/skills on new societal trends, emerging sustainable needs of the market and responsible business.

Client Satisfaction:

We’re a client-centric company but also people focused. Our objective and the ensuing actions thus focus on aligning PwC’s client expectations to offer a service that address the needs of both parties through a balanced relationship.

Legitimacy and Ethics:

Today, the society perceives the "Big Four" firms as part of a system that is leading the world to be more and more fractured. It questions our legitimacy and shows mistrust towards our business model. One of our goals is thus to extend our positive impact beyond the sole satisfaction of our clients in order to regain legitimacy in the society, as well as to improve the public perception about our conduct and business.

Health:

Last year, our stakeholders expressed that we should not only take care of the well-being of our People but go one step further and clearly address the issue of health, with its risks and downsides. For us, burnout is the ultimate indication that the health of our People is at risk. We took up this responsibility by adopting a target of zero burnout, which we will try to achieve in the coming years.

 

Health: Last year, our stakeholders expressed that we should not only take care of the well-being of our People but go one step further and clearly address the issue of health, with its risks and downsides. For us, burnout is the ultimate indication that the health of our People is at risk. We took up this responsibility by adopting a target of zero burnout, which we will try to achieve in the coming years.

 

Health: Last year, our stakeholders expressed that we should not only take care of the well-being of our People but go one step further and clearly address the issue of health, with its risks and downsides. For us, burnout is the ultimate indication that the health of our People is at risk. We took up this responsibility by adopting a target of zero burnout, which we will try to achieve in the coming years.

 

Health: Last year, our stakeholders expressed that we should not only take care of the well-being of our People but go one step further and clearly address the issue of health, with its risks and downsides. For us, burnout is the ultimate indication that the health of our People is at risk. We took up this responsibility by adopting a target of zero burnout, which we will try to achieve in the coming years.

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