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Top 5 ways we inject flexibility at work

Transitioning from your university lifestyle of studying, summer travelling, shift work and squeezing in time for an afternoon nap to working full-time can be tough. Our myLife program aims to help ease the transition, with opportunities to support and encourage a flexible and rewarding work experience – whatever that means to you.  PwC-flexibility-Jon-Ricci


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TalenteggAt PwC we want to attract and select the best students to drive our organization forward. That’s why we’re so proud that a panel of 200+ of Canada’s top students voted us as having ‘The Best Campus Career Website’ in Canada. Our careers website aims to bring PwC to life by using real PwC people, images and text to help tell our story to students.

We’re also proud to have been recognized as finalists out of hundreds of submissions from firms across Canada in the following categories:

  • Best Contribution to Student Career Development
  • Campus Recruiting Program of the Year
  • Campus Recruiter of the Year

We’re passionate about campus recruitment and feel energized by this recognition from you. 
Thank you. 

For more information and a full list of winners, see


PwC Canada named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People 2014

For the 6th consecutive year, PwC has been recognized by Mediacorp Canada Inc. as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People. Winners are selected based on programs they have to attract and retain younger workers including benefits and the availability of co-op programs.

Some initiatives that won PwC this honour include:

  • Flexibility — PwC supports non-traditional ways of working by encouraging employees to balance their personal and professional goals, which enables them to be more creative, adaptive and effective in the way they work.
  • Learning and development – Formal learning (classroom, e-learn), one-on-one coaching, mentoring, and team-based learning are part of PwC’s “teach-don’t-tell” approach to on-the-job coaching.
  • Global mobility – Employees wanting to broaden their experience internationally can look to secure either short or long-term international opportunities.
  • Community involvement – The PricewaterhouseCooper’s Canada Foundation hosts more than 300 Team Volunteering events for which employees can take one paid day off a year to participate in.

Learn more about what young people are looking for in the workplace. See PwC’s NextGen study: a report on the work styles and values of millennial/Generation Y employees (born between 1980-1995).

PwC Canada désigné comme l’un des meilleurs employeurs du Canada pour les jeunes en 2014

Pour la sixième année consécutive, PwC a été reconnu par Mediacorp Canada inc. comme l’un des meilleurs employeurs du Canada pour les jeunes. Les meilleurs sont choisis en fonction des programmes mis en place pour attirer et retenir les jeunes travailleurs, notamment les avantages sociaux et les programmes co-op.

Voici certaines des particularités de PwC qui lui ont valu ce titre :

  • Flexibilité — PwC appuie les méthodes de travail non conventionnelles en encourageant son personnel à établir un équilibre entre ses objectifs personnels et professionnels, ce qui permet aux employés de travailler de manière plus créative, plus souple et plus efficace;
  • Formation et développement – la formation structurée (en salle ou en ligne), le coaching individuel, le mentorat et l’apprentissage en équipe définissent l’approche de formation sur le terrain de la méthode Teach Don’t Tell de PwC;
  • Mobilité internationale – ceux qui désirent élargir leur horizon professionnel peuvent saisir des opportunités à l’étranger à court ou à long terme;
  • Engagement dans la collectivité – la Fondation PwC Canada organise plus de 300 activités de bénévolat en équipe. L’employé a droit à une journée de congé payé par année pour participer à l’une d’entre elles.

 Pour en savoir plus sur les attentes des jeunes à l’égard de leur employeur, consulter l’étude NextGen menée par PwC, qui traite des façons de travailler et des valeurs des jeunes de la génération Y (nés entre 1980 et 1995).


Join PwC’s special guest, Sheryl Sandberg April 24 at 'Aspire to Lead' webcast for university students and recent graduates

PwC will deliver our first-ever global forum on women and leadership to university students around the world. The event is part of “Aspire to Lead: The PwC Women’s Leadership Series,” which will focus on how female students navigate the transition from campus to career. Join us and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg April 24th.

Across Canada, we are planning a series of in-office ‘watch parties’ for leading female students interested in pursuing their CPA or joining us in Consulting. These will feature the webcast and panel discussion, networking and, in some centres, skill session events. Review our events calendar for events near you:

Alternatively, you can watch the webcast live from the comfort of your home or with friends. Register for this option here:  

Aspire to lead!