- PwC to cut more than 330 jobs
- The company is mired in scandal
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Big Four accounting firm PwC is cutting more than 330 jobs following the scandal over the leak of confidential government tax information.
The company has blamed “economic headwinds” for the closure of its South Australian consultancy “skilled services centre”, which will result in the loss of 141 jobs and the elimination of a further 200 positions nationally.
As part of a change in the company’s “portfolio and strategic focus areas”, a further 200 workers from Adelaide will be redeployed.