WHY IT’S ON THE LIST
The firm continues to be a global and domestic leader in creating an inclusive culture and in its talent development of people from underrepresented groups.
Two of the top three highest-scored statements from Deloitte’s internal talent surveys were around inclusion. This year, Deloitte expanded its inclusion efforts beyond its Women’s Initiative (WIN) and Diversity Initiative (focused on race/ethnicity, LGBT, veterans, disabilities) to include generations, well-being and flexibility.
Its programs to help talent from underrepresented groups include its Emerging Elders Development Program, an eight-month initiative to prepare high-performing Black, Latino, Asian and American Indian leaders for the next stage in their careers. This program includes a partner, principal or director who serves as the individual’s sponsor for at least two years.
The firm has eight Business Resource Groups, which include national, regional and local leaders. The groups are used to attract talent, including a BRG referral program. The chapters host hundreds of internal and external events and help individuals with personal growth and development.
“I’m proud of Deloitte’s 20-year history of groundbreaking inclusion initiatives. It’s how we have fostered an environment where all of our people have opportunities to lead and thrive. But our commitment to diversity extends beyond programs and initiatives; inclusion is part of who we are and how we do business.”
Chief Inclusion Officer
“Inclusion continues to be a core part of our overall talent strategies as we work to provide opportunities for all of our people to thrive. Through the Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion, we are providing innovative thinking on changing the conversation on inclusion, as well as building and sustaining inclusive work environments.”
U.S. Headquarters: New York City
Global Employees: 200,000
U.S. Employees: 45,784
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