Up to 50 jobs at PwC NZ's government advisory business at risk

Up to 50 jobs at PwC NZ's government advisory business at risk
PwC NZ says demand has dropped for some areas of its government advisory business. (Image: PwC)
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Up to 50 jobs within PwC New Zealand’s government advisory business could be on the chopping block.Government spending on consultants came under intense scrutiny in the lead-up to last year’s election, with National campaigning on slashing it.In a statement, PwC NZ’s chief executive and senior partner Mark Averill said while it continued to see “strong current and future” demand across many parts of the firm, “we are experiencing an industry-wide reduction in demand for some areas of our government advisory b...

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