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Deloitte is one of the ‘25 Best Big Companies to Work For 2019’

22 February 2019

Deloitte was named once more as one of The Sunday Times’ ’25 Best Big Companies to Work For’ at last night’s launch event. The awards celebrate and showcase the very best practices in workplace engagement from some of the UK’s largest private sector employers.

Emma Codd, Managing Partner for Talent at Deloitte, said: “I am delighted that Deloitte has been recognised once again as one of the ’25 Best Big Companies to Work For’ by the Sunday Times. We have worked hard to create an environment where our people feel they gain valuable experience and can learn and grow. It was great to be acknowledged by Best Companies for our continued progress.”

Best Companies, the awards organisers, highlighted Deloitte’s new 1 New Street Square offices designed with wellbeing at its heart, donating £5.5m to good causes last year through One Million Futures and confidence in leadership skills of senior management as great examples of creating a great place to work. Deloitte were ranked first in the big companies list for being a workplace for people to learn and grow and second for gaining valuable experience.

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Note to editors

The Sunday Times Best Companies listing celebrates the best small, mid-size and big workplaces. It is widely acknowledged as the most searching and extensive research into employee engagement carried out in the UK.

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