PwC Insights
21 June 2022

What 52,000 people think about work today - PwC’s Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey 2022

If the ‘great resignation’ has taught employers anything, it’s to not take their workers for granted. Yet many companies risk doing exactly that—whether it’s by not paying close enough attention to skilled workers who are at elevated risk of quitting, by failing to support workers who seek personal fulfilment and meaning at work, or by missing opportunities to build the trust that so often leads to positive outcomes at the personal, professional and even societal levels.

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PwC Insights
21 June 2022

Paying for good for all Global research into ESG and reward beyond the boardroom

It has become a given that ESG considerations need to be integrated into corporate strategy in order for a business to create sustainable value. Moving increasingly into focus is the question of pay and, if, or how ESG should be integrated into reward strategy for a global workforce.

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PwC Insights
03 June 2022

PwC at Davos 2022 - Getting reinvention ready

In the face of today’s dislocations – an ongoing pandemic, accelerating climate change, rising inequality, war in Europe and surging inflation – the business community has an unprecedented opportunity to lead by resetting corporate agendas and transitioning to stakeholder capitalism. Held from 22-26 May, the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting convenes leaders from business, government, academia and the media to take stock of the state of the world and shape partnerships and policies for the future.

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PwC Insights
03 June 2022

Leading with trust and confidence

Insights on navigating an evolving risk management and regulatory landscape

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PwC Insights
30 May 2022

Canadian Cyber Threat Intelligence Year in Review Report: 2021

The cyber threats for 2021 were truly global in nature. In 2021, many new threat actors made their debut, while existing ones became more targeted and sophisticated in their operations. As Canadian organizations continued their rapid digital transformation, threat actors attempted to take full advantage of the associated risks.

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