No. 11 | Deloitte | DiversityInc Top 50

WHY THEY’RE ON THE LIST

KEY RESULTS


  • Black, Latinos, and Asians in Total Management: 11.6% higher than the Top 10, 40.3% higher than the Top 50 and nearly 55% higher than U.S. companies overall
  • Mentoring by All Managers: 56.8% higher than the Top 10,more than double the Top 50 average and four times the overall average of U.S. companies
  • Employee ERG Membership: 32% higher than the Top 10 and nearly double the Top 50 average

BEST PRACTICES

Providing learning and networking opportunities is a major emphasis for Deloitte, including exposure to leaders, sponsors, coaches, and challenging assignment. It’s all about career acceleration.

“We view talent development as being about much more than giving our people the technical skills they need to do their immediate jobs. It is also about providing guidance on the intangibles like networking, teamwork and the many other things that go not just into building a successful career, but into becoming a leader,” the company maintained.

Employee resource groups, which Deloitte refers to as business resource groups, or BRGs, help the company sustain its inclusive environment by building strong networks, bolstering career development and driving marketplace recognition. The BRGs focus on four primary areas, including retention and professional development, talent acquisition, professional relationships among clients and business leaders and community involvement supporting marketplace initiatives.

DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

Cathy Engelbert

Chairman and CEO

“At Deloitte, we are fostering inclusion and encouraging our people to be their authentic selves. Innovation around talent is core to our strategy and our best thinking comes from diverse perspectives. This is how we help clients with their toughest challenges and make an impact that matters.”

Deb Dehaas

Chief Inclusion Officer

“To solve increasingly complex issues emerging from a competitive and global marketplace, we need a variety of viewpoints to contribute to and sustain our success.”

COMPANY FACTS

U.S. HEADQUATERS

New York, N.Y.

GLOBAL EMPLOYEES

70,603

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