Diversity & inclusion

Embracing our differences to be always one step ahead

At Deloitte & Touche Middle East (DTME) we value individual perspectives and are committed to providing a positive workplace for all people where they can have rich and rewarding careers. DTME is proud to have over 25 nationalities across the region at all levels with women playing an increasingly valuable role in leadership positions. We support the members of our team with progressive practices and diversity tools that help provide opportunities to further develop skills and follow their interests down new roads.

At Deloitte, one of our core values is “strength from cultural diversity” and we believe that the future will belong to those companies that fully appreciate and value diversity in the workplace. Therefore, just as we have maintained our strength and increased our market share by diversifying our services, we must also continue to diversify our workforce. At Deloitte & Touche (M.E.) we continue to monitor promotion and career development of our people. Through listening to our people and using their feedback to shape human resources policies, we move forward with the relentless aim of making Deloitte the most sought after organization for talent and clients alike.


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