The Deloitte Millennial Survey 2016
Deloitte's fifth annual Millennial Survey showed that two-thirds of Millennials express a desire to leave their organizations by 2020. However, it's not too late for employers to overcome the "loyalty challenge" posed by Generation Y.
Making an impact that matters
This year’s report features the many ways our organization makes an impact that matters—for clients, for our people, and for society—as we pursue our aspiration to become the undisputed leader in professional services.
Deloitte at Davos 2016
The Annual Meeting in Davos is an incredible convening center for global stakeholders and an opportunity to share perspectives on the issues facing global business and beyond.
The Social Progress Index
Deloitte Global and its member firms are working with Social Progress Imperative (SPI) to promote the Social Progress Index, a measure which is redefining how the world measures success.
Social Progress Collaborations
Business has an important role to play in driving true growth. Deloitte Global and its member firms, Social Progress Imperative, and leaders from academia and other organizations are working together to drive cross-sector collaboration and highlight barriers to achieving true progress.
Foreign Direct Investment and Inclusive Growth
The impacts on social progress
A report developed by Deloitte UK, in conjunction with Social Progress Imperative, found that there is a positive and nuanced relationship between FDI and social progress. By better aligning the two, business, government, and non-government organizations can drive real and inclusive growth.
A positive, nuanced relationship
2015 could be a pivotal year for FDI in many countries around the world, with the majority of investment abroad now flowing to emerging markets. Foreign Direct Investment and Inclusive Growth highlights how this increased capital will have beneficial affects across the world:
There is a positive relationship between FDI and social progress in a country:
- FDI can encourage future social progress while, in turn, elements of social progress such as infrastructure, education, and personal and political security can help attract foreign investment.
Yet the relationship is nuanced:
- The development of individual social progress factors is associated to different stages of economic development and is characterized by foreign investment in different sectors. Investment in the right elements of social progress can help countries move up the ladder of development.
There are barriers which prevent FDI from enhancing social progress:
- Rapid economic growth exceeding the pace of social progress
- FDI being disproportionately directed to certain industries (e.g. resources or finance)
- Poverty traps
By illustrating the relationship, the report shows how social progress can act as a guide for investment by business and other organizations, highlighting risks, opportunities and the long-term positive impact of overseas investment. The report shows governments that social progress can be a tool to attract FDI and drive development.
Download the report in Spanish.
Life at Deloitte
People make Deloitte one of the best places to work. What’s great about the people? That’s an easy answer. They are exceptional. Each person is unique and valued for that, among the best and brightest in the business, and takes pride in his or her achievements and the success of others.