Big four accounting CEOs meet on cultural targets
The CEOs of the big four accounting firms will meet this Thursday to try to agree on industry-wide targets to drive more cultural diversity, after PwC became the first to set a target of 30 per cent culturally diverse partners by 2020.
PwC has become the first firm to move to voluntary targets based on the firm's self-identifying annual survey. The firm found while 42 per cent of their employees were from a culturally diverse background, only 22 per cent were advancing to become partners last financial year.
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