Racist Aus antics do not reflect company values, says PWC NZ boss

Racist Aus antics do not reflect company values, says PWC NZ boss
PwC CEO Mark Averill. (Photo: Supplied)
Michael Andrew
The racist behaviour of two PwC Australia staff does not reflect the cultural values of the New Zealand business or impact its diversity goals, PwC NZ CEO Mark Averill said.The two Australian human resources staff are under investigation for alleged racist behaviour after they were reported to have mocked Chinese accents and dressed up as “a bat from Wuhan” at an event last week. PwC Australia CEO called the behaviour extremely disappointing and engaged external legal advisers to assist in the investigation.Averill shared the s...

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