We all have social and family lives outside of work – at PwC we get that. We really do. We understand you have other commitments. Whether it’s playing on a sports team, spending more time with your family, volunteering at your local charity, or even getting together with friends for a social event, we know it’s important to you.
One of the major developments at PwC in the past couple of years has been the implementation of Enhanced Working Practices (EWP) to help make PwC the distinctive firm in client services as well as develop experiences for all employees. EWP has become more than just terminology and has evolved to become a way of life at PwC. This blog will focus on how PwC uses EWP and how this has helped to develop employee and client satisfaction. First of all, it is important to explain what the EWPs are and how they are used day to day in a work environment. There are five main components to EWP: