Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability

The Deloitte network is committed to driving societal change and promoting environmental sustainability. Working in innovative ways with government, non-profit organizations, and civil society, we are designing and delivering solutions that contribute to a sustainable and prosperous future for all.

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Vision, values, and strategy

Our vision and strategy, developed in collaboration with leadership and member firm partners from around the world, focuses on working together As One across geographic, functional, and business borders to deliver excellence in all of the services provided by the member firms.

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Economies & Communities

Business and society's success are inextricably linked: for society to flourish, business must also thrive. Deloitte's commitment to driving societal change is a defining characteristic of Deloitte's culture and an integral part of the way member firms do business.

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Ethics & integrity

DTTL and its member firms are committed to the highest levels of ethics, integrity and quality. In fact, ethics, integrity and quality are at the core of all that DTTL’s member firms do.

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Deloitte at Davos 2014

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. In 2014, Deloitte focused on the role of business in driving progress, competitiveness, and innovation.

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Life at Deloitte

IMPACT Day

IMPACT Day is a year-round celebration of Deloitte’s commitment to local communities. Member firms around the world host IMPACT Day activities where Deloitte professionals spend the day volunteering.

Insights

The Millennial Survey 2014

Deloitte’s third annual Millennial Survey revealed that Generation Y wants to work for organizations that foster innovative thinking, develop their skills, and make a positive contribution to society.

Kathryn Alsegaf

Associate Director Internal Sustainability