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Deloitte Luxembourg get the “Prix Santé en Entreprise” - 23/03/2012

Becoming the first professional service provider to receive this accreditation


Deloitte Luxembourg obtained the “Prix Santé en Entreprise”Deloitte Luxembourg obtained yesterday the “Prix Santé en Entreprise”, delivered by the Luxembourg Health Ministry during a ceremony.

This prize recognises the projects and actions implemented at Deloitte within the last 5 years to preserve physical and psychological health and salutes both their quality and relevance.

These include:

  • Organisation of  health days: free trainings and coaching sessions promoting nutrition, techniques of stress management and yoga
  • Sports clubs subvention and opening of a fitness centre within the firm’s premises
  • Initiatives promoting work/life balance by offering personal coaching, a conciergerie inhouse, a beautician, a hairdresser, etc…

As a Luxembourgish company present on the market for more than sixty years, employing more than 1,200 people from 46 nationalities, Deloitte considers social responsibility as a key priority.

In 2010, Deloitte Luxembourg obtained the “Actions Positives” accreditation for its involvement in diversity and gender equality. In 2011, Deloitte received the “Entreprise Socialement Responsable” accreditation by INDR, which recognises the social, environmental and societal measures put in place to enhance the firm’s corporate social responsibility.

Sophie Mitchell, leading partner of the audit department and leader of the gender equality initiative at Deloitte Luxembourg, was handed over the award by Minister of Health, Mars Di Bartolomeo.
”We thank all our external partners who helped  us achieve our corporate responsibility objectives: the ASTF, the CHK, the INDR, the Ministère de l’égalité des Chances and the Ministère de la Santé”, says Sophie Mitchell.

Frederic Sabban, CSR project coordinator, in charge of all the CSR Initiatives at Deloitte Luxembourg explains: “Health and Corporate Social Responsibility are an everlasting task and many new challenges are lying ahead. After focusing on our internal CSR initiatives, we can’t wait to share our CSR expertise with more people.”

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