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The latest iteration of PwC’s Women in Work Index sees Scotland rise two places to rank top of the UK’s nations and regions. First launched in 2011, the Index is a weighted average of five indicators that reflect women’s labour market outcomes and assess progress made towards achie

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PwC UK has made the decision to delay the promotion of 90 junior consultants, keeping them on the graduate programme for a further six months, citing insufficient work amidst a challenging market environment. The decision specifically affects graduates who joined PwC's consulting practice in late 20

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PwC has warned that nearly 30,000 businesses across the UK are set to fail next year, marking the highest corporate insolvency levels since 2004. The Big Four firm predicts a 15% surge in insolvencies over the next 12 months, with small businesses, particularly in catering and hotels, facing the gre

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Scotland is continuing to lead the way in the creation of green jobs, with the highest proportion of roles advertised compared with other areas of the UK. According to PwC UK’s latest Green Jobs Barometer Scotland is one of only two nations or regions, alongside Northern Ireland, to have recor

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Scottish consumers are preparing for a more frugal festive season, as financial pressures cause a significant reduction in holiday spending, according to PwC's latest Festive Predictions. The annual research explores consumers’ Christmas shopping behaviours, from spending on gifts to their fes

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Big Four accountancy giant PwC will allow new joiners to advance up to £1,000 of their first month's salary as part of a package of measures aimed at supporting new joiners and prospective recruits from lower socio-economic backgrounds. The actions follow a significant research project with Th

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Big Four accountancy giant PwC has set out plans to develop a new platform introducing generative AI technology to the M&A process. PwC is working with AI start-up Harvey on the technology, which will make "AI-customised models trained on the essence of deal-making" available to PwC's deals prac

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The UK banking sector has made a substantial £41 billion contribution to the government's tax receipts in the financial year ending March 2023, according to a report by UK Finance and produced by PwC.

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Scottish consumers have begun to increasingly display a diminishing interest the Black Friday sales, with a mere 35% expressing intent to participate in 2023, signalling a significant drop from the previous year's national interest of 61% to 44%.

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Scotland's economic outlook remains cautious, with growth anticipated to be subdued through 2023 and 2024, according to the latest PwC UK Economic Outlook report. The Scottish economy is expected to see real gross value added (GVA) growth of just 0.3% in 2023, aligning with some regions but falling

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PwC has become the the latest of the Big Four firms to plan a reduction to its UK workforce. PwC has refrained from specifying the number of employees targeted by the initiative, confirming only that it would extend voluntary severance packages. However, it is expected that up to 600 positions could

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PwC's global firms have reported a record revenue of $53.1 billion (around £43.5bn) in the financial year ending 30 June 2023, marking a 9.9% growth in local currency. This achievement comes despite the exclusion of the Russian firm from the network and the sale of the global mobility and immi

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