Diversity at Deloitte

About Us

Inclusion with us at the centre

Fostering a culture of inclusion

We aim to create an environment which supports and values improved business outcomes by maximising Diversity & Inclusion.

At Deloitte, we view diversity and inclusion as central to our ability to execute on strategy. Through our extensive research conducted by our Human Capital Consulting business, we know that at the intersection of diversity and inclusion lies an area rich with fresh, innovative ideas and creativity – which drives a better employee experience and ultimately – better outcomes. 

We believe that creating and maintaining a culture of inclusion is the responsibility of all of us – “inclusion with us at the centre” – each of us brings something to diversity and equally, we all have a role to play in inclusion. 

Respect and inclusion are core values at Deloitte and these are the responsibility of all our people from our CEO to our graduates. 

Inspiring Women: Gender diversity

Inspiring Women is not a program but a firm-wide strategy with a focus on "getting our unfair share of female talent" through the support, development and advancement of talented women across the entire span of their career. 

Learn more about our Inspiring Women strategy.

IDentity: Cultural diversity

Our expectation is that everyone will be provided the same opportunities to reach their full potential. 

Led by Consulting Partner Leon Doyle, the IDentity steering committee comprises several culturally diverse leaders from a number of business units who collectively determine our cultural diversity strategy. 

Learn more about IDentity

GLOBE: Deloitte’s LGBTI network

GLOBE is Deloitte Australia's gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex (LGBTI) leadership forum and member community. GLOBE’s activities support our overall goal of building an environment in which all our people feel valued and accepted.

More information is available on the GLOBE page.

We are also proud to be an LGBTI inclusive employer.

Find out more on Inclusive Employers.

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