Deloitte has been recognized for the third time as one of the Top Companies for Executive Women by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). This list recognizes U.S. corporations where there is a strong focus on best practices that demonstrate effectiveness in moving women to senior ranks, including mentoring, sponsorship, involvement in employee-resource groups and leadership-development training. The list also highlights company benefits, including flexibility, corporate culture, and CEO involvement in advancing women.
Deloitte Tax CEO and Chairman Steve Kimble reflected on his professional and personal role in creating a #BalanceforBetter during International Women’s Day, which was held earlier this month and promoted the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marked a call-to-action for accelerating gender parity.
Chances are pretty good that you may know someone in an eSports league like Fortnite. Attached are the latest Deloitte TMT predictions on the future of eSports.
Our latest survey polled more than 2,000 C-suite executives across 19 countries, coupled with select interviews. The goal was to uncover, when it comes to the fourth industrial revolution, how leaders are taking effective action, where they are making the most progress, and what sets the most effective leaders apart
This year at SXSW, Deloitte is sponsoring an official SXSW lounge on March 8. Learn more about how we're helping organizations connect to the new world of work. Check out the Deloitte leaders who will be speaking at the event and learn more about our presence at “The Dot” lounge.
Deloitte and The Ella Project announce the launch of a new collaborative comic book series with the goal of exposing girls to STEM in a fun and unique way. The series features comic book character, Ella the Engineer, solving various problems using her STEM skillset under the guidance of Deloitte leaders, including Deloitte chair and Consulting CEO Janet Foutty and chief innovation officer Nishita Henry.
Through RightStep, Deloitte’s commitment to help students overcome the obstacles they face on their path to college readiness, consultant and blockchain technologist Forrest Colyer had the opportunity to virtually mentor a Harvard-bound high school student.
Deloitte's US CEO, Cathy Engelbert, recently joined a group of bi-partisan government officials and delegates from the public and private sectors to discuss the advancement of women around the world.
Deloitte has been named #1 on Careers & the disABLED’s 2019 Top 50 Employers list!
Our efforts on providing a positive working environment for our people have not gone unnoticed.
FORTUNE’s annual "100 Best Companies to Work For" list is the premier employer brand ranking in the US. The list of the best companies is based on surveys of employees. The 100 Best Companies to Work For list is one of the most followed annual rankings, and 2019 marks our 20th year on this list!