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Deloitte Tohmatsu Group to join “The Valuable 500” for further empowerment of members with disabilities
Strengthening further for all the differences to be respected and for all the members to be able to demonstrate their full potentials to bring further value to the client and to the society.
This is an English translation of the News Release issued by Deloitte Tohmatsu Group on April 12, 2021. If there is any discrepancy between the Japanese version and the English translation, the Japanese version shall prevail.
TOKYO, JAPAN, 12 Apr 2021
Deloitte Tohmatsu Group (Takashi Nagata, Group CEO | Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) hereby declares an agreement to the movement of “The Valuable 500” for further empowerment of members with disabilities.
“The Valuable 500” has been established over the Annual Meeting of World Economic Forum (known as Davos Meeting) in January 2019. It aims to have more than 500 companies to join worldwide, to create the environment where members with disabilities can further demonstrate their potentials to bring further value to the society and the economies.
“Talent of People－Respect each one of the members and create where they can fully demonstrate their potentials” is one of our management philosophies at Deloitte Tohmatsu Group.
By taking this opportunity, we will further strengthen our initiatives for members with disabilities to fully empower and to demonstrate their full potentials, to bring further value to the clients and to the society.
Commitment of Deloitte Tohmatsu Group
1．Foster Diversity & Inclusion
Diversity & Inclusion is one of the crucial management strategies at Deloitte Tohmatsu Group, and has been focused as the key driver to continue sustainable and resilient growth in this disruptive environment.
We foster Diversity & Inclusion by accepting, embracing and respecting all kinds of diversities such as gender, nationalities, culture, LGBT, disabilities etc., which will enable each one of us to grow and empower - to provide excellent service with exceptional value to our clients and to our society.
Our D&I Committee -including the Group CEO and each Business Leaders within our Group, has been working on various initiatives to create inclusive work environment regardless of ones’ disabilities.
2．Recruitment Promotion and Retention Support for Members with Disabilities
Our members with disabilities are working at multiple entities within Deloitte Tohmatsu Group, especially at Tohmatsu Challenged Co, Ltd. -which is the special subsidiary of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC.
We conduct recruitment depending on business specifics and/or personal skills, and there are multiple scopes and opportunities for members to empower.
In addition to providing reasonable/fair accommodation for them to sustainably empower, we have various status of consultation supporting schemes.
Various trainings and events to further promote inclusion and understanding of disabilities have been held on regular basis, for creating culture where all the members with/without disabilities respect and grow each other.
More than 200 members with disabilities are working and empowering at Deloitte Tohmatsu Group. We are a professional firm and our people are our ultimate corporate asset. It means our organizational and sustainable growth requires all the diversities to be accepted and embraced, where equal opportunities being provided to all the members. Our aspirational goal is to contribute to “Well-being Society” built upon mutual empathy and respect of our people and our stakeholders, as a transformative catalyst of economic society. We strongly trust the empowerment of members with disabilities will lead to create the “Well-being Society”.
The Valuable 500:
Diversity & Inclusion at Deloitte Tohmatsu Group:
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