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Flexibility at Deloitte
Providing all our people with access to flexible ways of working.
At Deloitte, we have reimagined what ‘work’ looks like. Founded on concepts of trust, balance, wellbeing and the importance of personal connection, the Deloitte Experience (DX) empowers our people to make choices about where they work based on their client, team and individual needs and how they connect with their clients and each other.
Our market-leading flexible work policy now includes 12 flexible working options, including wellbeing days, cultural leave, and allowing our people to shape their working day outside of the traditional 9-to-5!
Check out the video below to learn more about the new DX and what this means for all of us at Deloitte Australia.
You can learn more about our flexibility at Deloitte through our Deloitte Experience (DX) here.
Offering progressive policies to support your different life stages.
At Deloitte, we aspire to be an outstanding workplace for families, where our policies, culture and experience not only allow but actively promote the integration of work and life!
We recognise that families come in all shapes and sizes and that we each define our family differently – whether it be a partner (including same sex and defacto), a parent, child, sibling, friend or pet, our policies are inclusive and we aim to support different life stages.
Parents at work
We partner with Parents at work, a membership-based organisation providing work and family education and policy advisory services to workplaces and their people.
Through Parents at Work, our people have access to a suite of tools and resources and we provide all our parents with access to three external one-on-one coaching sessions to be used at a time that suits them before, during or after their return from parental leave.
Progressive Parental Leave Policy
At Deloitte we aim to provide flexibility and choice in how our people care for their children. Our market leading policy provides 18 weeks of paid leave inclusive of all types of families including birth, adoptive, surrogate, foster and same-sex parents. This can be taken over the first 36 months after the arrival of a child in three flexible ways, including on a part-time weekly basis. We continue to pay superannuation contributions while taking unpaid parental leave and provide our people the option to take leave at the same time as their partner.
You can learn more about our Progressive Parental Leave Policy here.