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PwC believes hybrid work is doable: 'One size doesn't fit all'

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

PwC views working from home as an opportunity for "creativity." Danish Siddiqui/Reuters
Accounting and consulting firm PwC supports employees who request a hybrid-work model.
Wes Bricker, vice chair and US trust solutions coleader, says it develops "cultural sensitivity."
Bricker said "one size doesn't fit all," and PwC is big enough to think differently.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is embracing the hybrid-work model because doing so enables employees to be "more agile," and the company believes it will help develop leaders at the consulting and accounting giant. "If you're participating...
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