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We adopt an open and straightforward approach to communications with the media. Our aim is to engage journalists in a dialogue when the opportunity permits.

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More Press Room (Press releases)

  • Deloitte brings The Maverick to B-Schools to build future workforce (28 August 2014)
    The pan India campus-corporate connect programme reaches 13,500 management students.
  • Universum ranks Deloitte as the professional services employer of choice among business students in Asia Pacific
    The organisation takes second place in the Business ranking of the Universum APAC’s Most Attractive Employers 2014 survey
  • Leadership, reinventing HR crucial for Indian business: Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report 2014 (9 May 2014)
    The Human Capital Trends Report 2014 report compares results from India (150 business and HR leaders) with the global and Asia Pacific results from Deloitte’s comprehensive survey of more than 2,500 business leaders and HR executives in 94 countries.
  • Hope prevails amidst challenging times for Indian CFOs (15 April, 2014)
    • More than two-thirds (68%) CFOs continue to be positive and hopeful about the future • From an industry perspective, over 50% CFOs are finding it difficult to achieve and sustain market growth
  • Deloitte India releases its Annual Compensation & Benefits Trends Survey India, 2014 (14, April 2014)
    • The average salary increment across sectors is projected at 10.3% this year • FY2013 average voluntary attrition rate across sectors lower at 13.4% • Better career prospects, pay opportunities and personal reasons top