HRC Recognizes Deloitte as a “Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality” for Seventh Consecutive Year
Professionals share their stories for the It Gets Better Project
Deloitte has once again been named one of Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) “Best Places to Work,” earning a perfect 100 percent rating on HRC’s 2013 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) for the seventh consecutive year.
The CEI measures and analyzes inclusion initiatives, company benefits and support made available for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) personnel and the wider LGBT community. Since 2002, the number of employers officially rated in the CEI has more than doubled.
“As our nation places increased emphasis on modernizing equal rights, this award demonstrates Deloitte’s longstanding commitment to being a progressive leader in workplace equality,” said Deb DeHaas, chief inclusion officer, Deloitte LLP. “Inclusion is core to who we are as an organization, and we strive to maintain an environment where all of our people are empowered to live and work openly with the flexibility to manage their unique work-life needs. This culture of commitment and mutual accountability benefits our people and our clients.”
Deloitte supports the greater LGBT community through a number of both personal and professional ways. Personnel from Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and the U.S. and Canada member firms recently shared their personal journeys in an uplifting video for the It Gets Better Project.
About Deloitte’s inclusion mission
At Deloitte, our inclusion mission is to assertively attract, retain and develop the best talent so that we bring innovative thought leadership and insights to our clients and foster a culture whose diversity and inclusion are self-perpetuating. This allows us to offer clients leading solutions and to help our people realize their greatest potential. To learn more, visit www.deloitte.com/us/inclusion.
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