Tim Ryan Isn’t Worried About Poaching at PwC Because of Heart or Something

“We spend about half a billion dollars a year on upskilling our employees. A big part of our [leadership team] debate three years ago [was] well, if we make our employees more relevant then they’ll get stolen. What we’ve seen is the contrary. We’re investing in our employees—we’re leading with our heart, we’re leading with we care for our employees—giving them great skills, and we’re finding that leads to even more loyalty.”

Tim Ryan, PwC US chairman, when asked on the Fox Business show Mornings with Maria if there’s a lot of poaching going on at PwC.

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