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Our people

While much has changed over the past year, Deloitte has not wavered from our commitment to providing opportunities, resources and an inclusive culture to help our people thrive.

Supporting our people in the hybrid workplace—and throughout their careers

Over the past year we have seen that hybrid work offers solutions for many people, but also challenges—particularly for women, Gen Zs and millennials—including maintaining a healthy separation between work and life, advancing their careers, and feeling a sense of purpose and connection. That’s why Deloitte has explored the Future of Work—including ongoing changes in how people work, the workforce and the workplace—alongside Deloitte clients.

We have evolved our approach to learning and development, with a greater focus on promoting agility and advancing the technology skills our people want and Deloitte clients need. This includes “hiring to train” programs where future Deloitte professionals earn the credentials and on-the-job experiences they need to succeed in future roles. This past year we were excited to welcome people back to Deloitte University for in-person sessions, while also providing digital learning opportunities and new tools to foster mentoring in the hybrid workplace.

Deloitte Global’s 2022 Gen Z and Millennial Survey showed that financial security is the top concern for these generations. As a people-powered business, Deloitte supports its professionals throughout their career journeys with innovative and challenging work, extensive professional development opportunities, and competitive, market-based compensation and benefits.

Going ALL IN for our inclusive workplace

Deloitte’s global diversity, equity and inclusion strategy—ALL IN—emphasizes a workplace culture founded on respect and characterized by inclusive behaviors and an appreciation for diversity in its many forms. ALL IN is focused not only on helping our people live our values and thrive in a culture that is respectful and inclusive, but also on designing and implementing targeted actions and interventions that can make a positive impact when it comes to our diversity, equity and inclusion goals.

Throughout the year, Deloitte Global has developed a range of internal resources—from inclusive leadership training and conversation guides to practical tips and guidance on topics ranging from microaggressions to transgender inclusion—to help Deloitte people feel more confident having conversations in the workplace about diversity-related topics including race, sexual orientation, gender identity, neurodiversity and disability.

Externally, Deloitte Global has published research on diversity-related topics such as gender balance with Women @ Work 2022: A Global Outlook, mental health through the 2022 Gen Z and Millennial survey research paper, and LGBT+ inclusion in the LGBT+ Inclusion @ Work: A Global Outlook report. Throughout the year, Deloitte campaigns also help drive the conversation on inclusion in the societies around the world in which Deloitte operates. These include Deloitte’s International Women’s Day celebration, which encouraged everyone to #BeTheButterfly all year, taking seemingly small actions that can have a big impact to help break gender bias, as well as our World Mental Health Day stories from Deloitte people, which aimed to challenge stigma around mental health challenges. Deloitte’s Pride celebration this year focused on the importance of LGBT+ inclusion year-round under the theme #QueerAllYear. Finally, Deloitte Global also debuted three additional films in the award-winning “Can you see me?” series, a moving reminder of how powerfully words and actions can impact people.

By the numbers: Our people