We believe that the measure of our organization is not how big we are, where we operate, or what services we offer—it is the impact we make in the world and our people's lives. Making an impact that matters. Our Shared Purpose underpins what we do and the decisions we make—it pushes us to be and do better.
At Deloitte, we are constantly working to improve not only our organization and our clients’ businesses but to change the world for the better. We are honored to be recognized for our accomplishments in making an impact that matters for our clients, our people and our communities.
Get to know some of our recent awards from around the globe and discover how we are tackling a world in constant transformation.
Deloitte was once again named Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion, having received a top score of 100% on the Disability Equality Index® (DEI). The DEI is a joint initiative of Disability:IN and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD).
Deloitte has earned 100% on the 2022 Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Corporate Equality Index for the 16th consecutive year in the US, making Deloitte a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality. Deloitte has the distinction of achieving triple certification, receiving perfect scores in the US index, as well as the Global Workplace Equality Index for Mexico and Chile, and earning a spot on their respective lists, Equidad MX: Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ and Equidad CL: Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+.
Deloitte was awarded HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2022 (Indonesia and Vietnam) which recognizes companies that have shown world-class employee engagement and workplace excellence, while displaying demonstrable empathy and care for their employees. In addition, Deloitte Vietnam was presented with the Gold Harmonia award marking the 5th consecutive year winning the award, and Deloitte Indonesia received the WeCare: Most Caring Companies Award.
Deloitte is recognized on 15 country lists (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, Denmark, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, UK, US) for LinkedIn Top Companies 2022 as one of the best workplaces for professionals to grow their careers and develop skills, training, opportunities, or connections. The list assesses elements of career progression: the ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company aﬃnity, gender diversity, and educational background.
For the fourth consecutive year, Deloitte was recognized as the strongest and most valuable “commercial services” brand worldwide in Brand Finance’s Global 500 2022. This honor attests to our collective resilience during an atypical year, striving to respond, recover and thrive in an evolving world.
Deloitte was recognized as an employer of choice for LGBTQ+ inclusion, achieving Gold Employer Status through the Pride in Diversity Annual Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) for 2022. The AWEI stands as the definitive national benchmark on LGBTQ+ workplace inclusion, consisting of the national employee, driving best practices in Australia.
Deloitte was named in Canada’s Best Employers 2022 list. Forbes collaborated with market research ﬁrm Statista to compile the ranking, by surveying more than 10,000 Canadians working for businesses with at least 500 employees. Participants were asked to rate their willingness to recommend their employers to friends and family.
Deloitte is ranked #24 on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list, the employer brand evaluation in the United States. Marking 23 years on the list, rankings are determined by employee surveys that evaluate their experiences of trust and reaching their full potential as part of their organization, daily experiences of the company’s values, ability to contribute new ideas, and the eﬀectiveness of their leaders.
Deloitte won two gold 2022 Employee Experience Awards for the Best Career Development Program and Best Diversity & Inclusion Strategy in Singapore. These awards honor organizations that have excelled at focusing on employee experience across three categories: leadership, learning, and employee engagement.
Each year, OpenWork releases the top companies in Japan with the happiest workers, and Deloitte ranked in the top 10. People vote on eight categories: salary satisfaction, employee morale, ease of communication between colleagues, respect amongst colleagues, opportunities for young employees, training and growth in the long term, a sense of compliance with the law, and HR department rating.
Deloitte Spain was honored by the Renfe-Commercial Alliances Awards as the Service Company Most Committed to Sustainable Train Transport. This award is a testament to Deloitte’s WorldClimate goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2030 through ambitious carbon reduction targets, implementing robust sustainability policies, and encouraging our people to take action, including prioritizing sustainable means of transportation to reduce our carbon footprint.
Deloitte was named as one of The Times Top 50 Employers for Women in the UK: taking action on gender equality. The list recognizes organizations making progress on issues that are known to affect equality through strategy, policies, and culture, with a particular focus on employers that are driving progress towards gender equality despite the ongoing challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and the cost of living crisis.
Deloitte China received the Top Employer in China certification for the 16th consecutive year. The Top Employers Institute assesses 10 key areas: talent strategy, workforce planning, onboarding, learning & development, performance management, leadership development, career & succession management, compensation & beneﬁts, and culture.
Since 2003, Deloitte has achieved the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) Employer of Choice for Women citation, designed to encourage, recognize and promote active commitment to achieving gender equality in workplaces. Criteria cover leadership, learning and development, gender remuneration gaps, flexible working, and other initiatives.
Deloitte was recognized with a total of 32 awards, including 14 gold awards across Consulting, Tax, and Risk & Advisory in 2021. These awards recognize organizations that have successfully developed and deployed effective learning programs that have achieved measurable results and represent our continued excellence in learning innovation and performance.
Three ﬁlms developed by Deloitte Global are winners of the Cannes Corporate Media & TV awards. Out of more than 900 entries, The Resilient, Can you see me?, and Stand up, speak up each won a silver dolphin award across the Integrated Communications, Internal Communications, and Human Resources categories. This recognition is a great testament to the important messages the films convey about resilience, sustainability, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and allyship.
The Resilient, a ﬁlm series developed by Deloitte Global to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Millennial and Gen Z Survey won two EVCOM awards for Best Documentary and Best Films in a Digital Campaign, recognizing outstanding achievements in the craft and production of corporate ﬁlms. In addition, the film series won a Ragan’s Video, Visual & Virtual Award, which recognizes the art of using video, visual design, and virtual events to engage busy, remote audiences.
Deloitte’s 2021 Women @ Work campaign won the PRWeek Award for best global effort and the PR Platinum Award for the best global PR campaign, highlighting excellence and innovation in global communications and public relations. The campaign was recognized for addressing the urgent need to support working women during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey examined how gender inequality has been exacerbated by the pandemic, and how to avoid further setbacks.
For the 13th consecutive year, Deloitte featured in Universum’s 2021 World’s Most Attractive Employer, a list of the top 50 most desirable workplaces for business, engineering, and IT students entering the workforce across 10 countries. We retained the #1 position for most attractive professional services employer overall and made top professional services ﬁrm in all three student study categories.
Deloitte was named an “Advocate” by Workplace Pride’s 2021 annual Global Benchmark. We scored higher than 90% on the Workplace Pride Global Benchmark survey. This title is given to organizations breaking new ground for LGBTIQ+ inclusion in their activities worldwide and setting the tone for change beyond the workplace in society.
Deloitte earned a Bronze recognition in the Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index. This is the first benchmark on LGBT+ workplace inclusion practices and initiatives in Asia. Introduced by Community Business in 2015, this definitive initiative provides organizations in Hong Kong with a credible and robust tool to assess, progress, and promote their LGBT+ inclusion efforts.
Deloitte appears on the MERCO University Talent Ranking at #36—and is the leading professional services firm—recognizing the 100 best companies to work for according to university students. MERCO is the corporate monitor reference in Latin America that has evaluated the reputation of companies since 2000.
Deloitte was named one of the top 800 companies in the Financial Times’ Diversity Leaders special report. The Financial Times assesses 850 employers via a survey of more than 100,000 employees from 15,000 companies. The survey assesses employees’ perception of companies’ inclusiveness or efforts to promote various aspects of diversity.
Deloitte was named one of Fortune’s Best Workplaces for Women™ in 2021, a recognition we have been winning since the ﬁrst year of Fortune’s list. Conducted by Great Place to Work and Fortune, the rank recognizes organizations that create workplaces that go above and beyond for their female employees.
Deloitte ranked #7 on the Fortune Best Big Companies to Work For™ list. The list is determined by using rigorous analytics and confidential employee feedback on their company culture. Companies were only considered if they were recognized as a Great Place to Work-Certified™ organization with at least 100,000 employees.
For the 28th year, Deloitte has been named one of the 100 Best Companies by Seramount (formerly Working Mother)—and this marks the 13th consecutive year we’ve ranked in their Top 10. Representing more than 2 million US employees, this year’s winning companies are focused on advancement opportunities for women and inclusive benefits for families, including gender-neutral leave, gradual phase-back after parental leave, and accessible, affordable childcare.
Deloitte Japan has won the Pride Index Gold Award for four consecutive years, recognizing LGBT+ initiatives in the workplace. The Pride Index measures LGBTQ+ initiatives at work using five indicators: policy, representation, inspiration, development, and engagement/empowerment.
Catalyst is a global NGO focused on accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion. Deloitte was one of three—2020 award winners—and the only professional services provider on the list. We are committed to advancing a diverse workforce, thriving in an inclusive culture with a sense of belonging and growth, and accelerating gender diversity in leadership.
Deloitte was recognized as one of the World’s Best Workplaces™ for 2020. Ranked 22nd, the “World’s Best Workplaces™” list serves as a corporate trust index, measuring the behaviors that create a trusting and inclusive environment and culture. Deloitte was credited with creating an exceptional employee culture, a high-trust environment, and workplaces that are fair and equal for all.
Deloitte was recognized as one of the Best places to work in Germany—2020 by StepStone. We are the only professional services firm ranked in the Top 10 among other leading employers in Germany. Employers are evaluated on feedback that current and former employees share in key areas, including culture, training & development, career progression, and work-life balance.
Deloitte Malaysia was the Winner of Gender Inclusive Workplace in Malaysia and the first runner-up for the regional list. These are the first regional awards initiative recognizing companies who are acting on gender equality, aligned to the UN’s Women’s Empowerment Principles, aiming to make good practices visible and encourage more businesses to take action.
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