Among the slew of messages we got yesterday regarding the layoffs this week at PwC Canada was this one from a PwCer who was among the hundreds of employees told they were no longer welcome at the House of Marcoux:
PwC Canada, just a week ago, was “proud” to announce their new 2020 partners, while just a week later they are terminating staff.
Wow. That is … some questionable timing. Nothing like celebrating your new rainmakers and then days later kicking 5% of your employees to the curb.
But we really can’t hold that against the 12 men and 10 women who have probably already had a portion of their newfound riches cut to make sure
their subordinates won’t be laid off there won’t be any more layoffs.
Here are the 22 PwCers who now have a seat at the adult table:
- Andrew Azmudeh, Tax, Calgary
- Michelle Bourgeois, Consulting, Toronto
- Courtney Brown, Tax, Oakville, Ontario
- Fadi Chamoun, Tax, Calgary
- Ajay Dhillon, Consulting, Calgary
- Heather Drysdale, Independence, Toronto
- Jessica Else, Tax, Calgary
- Marino Fremis, Consulting, Toronto
- Eduardo Fusaro, Consulting, Toronto
- Danny Garwood, Deals, Montreal
- Michelle Grant, Deals, Vancouver
- Kashif Islam, Tax, Toronto
- David Malin, Deals, Montreal
- Susan Martyn, Tax, Vancouver
- Heather Meek, Consulting, Ottawa
- Jennifer Melnyk, Consulting, Calgary
- Chris Polson, Deals, Toronto
- Krista Ryan, Assurance, St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador
- Andrew Silcock, Consulting, Toronto
- Mike Sturino, Tax, Toronto
- Sofia Theodorou, Chief People Officer, Toronto
- Emma Whalley-Hands, Deals, Toronto
Congrats all around.