True accessibility has the power to unlock the potential of every individual.
This is not about ticking a box – we believe better accessibility benefits everyone, and we’re committed to addressing the systems that hinder equity and putting accessible practices first.
We’re committed to creating a future where being inclusive of people with disability and people who are neurodivergent is second nature and a natural part of our everyday.
Iain McGuire, Deloitte Asia Pacific Accessibility Pillar Lead
Designing Deloitte for Everyone
Our Australian Access and Inclusion Plan details our commitments over the next three years to make Deloitte a workplace that’s free from barriers. This includes a target to double the percentage of people living with disabilities at Deloitte by 2026.
Read more about our Australian Access and Inclusion Plan.
Our commitment to Accessibility and Inclusion - Asia Pacific Plan 2024-2027
Our Asia Pacific Plan will focus on providing guidance for an inclusive environment in which all our people will thrive, including people with a disability and people who are neurodivergent. The Plan will be guided by a commitment to the International Labour Organisation Global Business and Disability Network Charter, including tangible actions to deliver against the charter’s 10 principles for disability inclusion.
Read more about our Asia Pacific Accessibility and Inclusion Plan.
We recognise that those who are neurodiverse have unique strengths and challenges and are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and respect. ‘Neurodiversity’ refers to neurological differences such as dyslexia, autism, ADHD and dyspraxia that result from natural variations in human brain function.
We support our neurodivergent community with initiatives such as our neurodivergent network and mentoring program, which provide opportunities to connect, learn, and share experiences and perspectives with one another.
Australian Network on Disability
Since 2017, Deloitte Australia has been a member of the Australian Network on Disability (AND). AND provide expert advice and services on disability to employers to advance the equitable inclusion of people with disabilities.
We are proud to be an inaugural partner of the Australian Network on Disability (AND) Alumni Connect program. Alumni Connect is Australia’s first alumni network for talented graduates with disabilities, providing future leaders with job opportunities, professional development and networking opportunities.