Statement regarding what our people wear to work in the UK

Published at 16:55 PM on 01 June 2016

In response to press articles about dress codes of other PwC network firms, we wanted to clarify our position in the UK.

Gaenor Bagley, UK head of people, said:

“We’ve had a flexible approach to how our people dress for work in the UK for a number of years – it’s important that our people can be themselves at work and that we respect our clients and colleagues. We trust our people to use their judgement on what’s appropriate to wear.”

ENDS


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