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Diversity at Deloitte
- Average rating for Diversity, based on 150 reviews9.2 / 10
Please provide further information on diversity with respect to women, ethnic minorities and LGBT. Please comment on issues such as recruitment, retention, promotion, child care, maternity leave, etc.
Market leader in diversity and CSR initiatives.
Almost excessively diverse!
Ethnic diversity is definitely not a problem on my floor. There is less females but that is more because of the field I work in. Our CEO is very supportive of the LGBT community and we have recently received quite a few company wide emails about it.
The company has won awards for diversity and actively promote it. For example, men can take as many months of maternity leave as women can.
Company has a big focus on LGBTI+ inclusion and gender equality. Men are encouraged to take paternity leave equivalent to what women receive, and the working arrangements are very flexible to allow for child care etc.
We have a diverse team
There are heaps of options and catering for diversity is highly considered
Always different food options, prayer room, people move lunch meetings around for Ramadan etc.
There's a women's group, LGBT goals and there is ethnic diversity amongst the junior staff. Not so much at a senior level.
Women are treated very equally through the recruitment process and in every day work.
strong support for LGBT company
In all aspects my company excels, a huge emphasis is made on diversity in the office. Employee benefits are great (e.g. equal maternity and paternity leave). We just won an award for LGBT inclusivity, and 40% of new partners promoted this week were women.
Best diversity in professional services in Australia.
Increasingly more diverse and it's a firm priority that's reflected in the feel and make up of the teams. There's good systems set up for maternity leave and recruitment.
Deloitte is a leading company within this field. Currently we have a 50-50 split of male and females in Manager positions and below. Unfortunately, that number gets skewed towards males the higher you go i.e. partners, but Deloitte it working on this (it takes more time to change than others, since there a limited partner promotions per year). A lot of my colleagues are young mums and single mums and Deloitte helps them manage this with ease (most of the time I forget they have a child, you cant tell). Maternity and Paternity leave are given EQUALLY at Deloitte as long as you are the PRIMARY care holder i.e. both mother and father cant have leave from Deloitte, its one of the other; however, you can do X days mother than X days father. We also have female accelerated programs.
It is a very diverse work place- every one is unique and brings their own culture with them to work.
Programs to include everyone.
The Company is very passionate about LGBTI and women employees and are providing them with the same opportunities as everyone else
Diversity is at the front of mind for Deloitte and they are always working at it.
Diversity is taken seriously at Deloitte and it is an area the firm continuously strives to improve
What does your company do to attract applicants from less privileged backgrounds?
Open to all applicants. Has societies from local universities of different background groups in for lunches and functions.
Multiple scholarships and unbiased hiring