Pricewaterhousecoopers : Human Resource Review

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PricewaterhouseCoopers Human Resource Review Prepared by: Chunming Liu Instructor: Elaine Lau 2014/12/5 Introduction PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) is a global professional service company that mainly provides assurance service, advisory service, tax planning and legal and financial business. PWC ranked third in Forbes Global Ranking, ranked first in accounting and it is one of the Big Four audit firms. PricewaterhouseCoopers has opened business in over 150 regions in the world and it owns over 184,000 employees. There are some contributors to its success from human resource management in PWC. The most information in this paper is mainly from official webpage of PWC (www.pwc.com). Recruitment and Selection Practices The PWC select their employees by considering both sides’ need and they also care about the motivation of applications. Similarly in our text book, it is mentioned, most organizations are looking for employees who are “qualified for the position but also want the job” (Ivancevich& Konopaske, 2013). The culture of PWC is “We recruit top talent with a focus on diversity and inclusion”. PWC believes that their company culture is created by the people they have and it’s the core of their success. Meanwhile, PWC put credit on diversity of their employees. The chairman of PWC says: “Diversity is a key issue for us”. PWC is currently working on female millennials program, to train and develop female’s leadership to make full use of talents of women
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