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We believe that corporate responsibility standards are a key component of business strategy.
We seek to provide high-quality services, adhere to business ethics, develop talent, engage in the life of the regional communities where we have presence and do our best to protect the environment.
Partner, Corporate Responsibility Leader, PwC Russia
Skills of the future and young talent: Sharing knowledge and skills with university and school students to prepare them for the professions of the future and help them to develop new skills and competencies.
Culture: Nurturing creative potential within local communities, holding grant competitions for talented youth and investing in cultural programmes.
Social entrepreneurship: Offering help in developing and amending Russian legislation in order to develop social entrepreneurship in Russia and enhancing the qualifications of social entrepreneurs.
Professional ethics and business conduct
We seek to set an example of responsible behaviour for businesses and complete transparency regarding the firm’s fulfilment of its tax obligations. In our day-to-day activities, we voluntarily deploy advanced methods and procedures to ensure that our shareholders, staff and counterparties comply with tax laws in good faith.
Pro bono services
PwC possesses unique knowledge and skills that we strive to share with NGOs and people from disadvantaged communities to improve their professional skills and strengthen their reputation in the market.
Compliance with UN Global Compact
In our work, we adhere to the UN Global Compact, an important global corporate social responsibility framework that includes human rights, labour relations, environment protection and anti-corruption initiatives.
Supporting the professional development of our employees
The firm regards continuous learning and development as a key priority. PwC Russia is proud of its solutions and best practices in learning and development programmes that enrich and enhance opportunities for our employees, including programmes that incorporate e-learning, gamification and social learning based on sharing knowledge and experience among employees.
Workforce diversity and inclusion
At PwC, we have taken a large and important step to build a corporate culture based on diversity and inclusion. Our efforts are based on our desire to make sure each PwC employee can satisfy their career aspirations at the firm.
Net zero carbon emissions by 2030
The PwC network of firms is to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030. This commitment includes the reduction of carbon emissions caused by PwC operations. We plan to transform our operations and, among other things, minimise our environmental impact by reducing our carbon footprint from air and rail travel. We will also cooperate with our suppliers to help them control their own environmental impact. We also intend to shift towards using 100% renewable energy in all territories where we operate, as well as to increase the energy efficiency of our offices and cut business trip emissions by half.