Deloitte was given a Readers’ Choice award as one of the top employers in the country from Careers & the disABLED magazine for 2020. Readers of the magazine were asked to identify the companies that they’d like to work for or that they felt would provide a progressive environment for people with disabilities.
Deloitte alumni have exciting stories to share as they continue to make a difference.
Deloitte has been named one of Fortune’s Best Workplaces for Diversity™ in 2019! To determine the list, Fortune anonymously surveyed 4.6 million employees and focused on the experiences of women, people of color, LGBTQ professionals, employees who are Boomers or older, and people with disabilities.
Deloitte at CES 2020: What technologies are enabling the smart future?
Deloitte is addressing this and more today at CES 2020.
On this National Technology Day, Deloitte is excited to launch the latest edition of Ella the Engineer, featuring Deloitte’s Catherine Bannister, US lead for performance and development, including Deloitte’s Tech Fluency and Tech Savvy Programs. This is a continued collaboration with The Ella Project to support the creation of graphic novels to encourage girls as young as elementary school to pursue STEM education. The series, Ella the Engineer, features comic book character Ella solving various problems using her STEM skill set under the guidance of various Deloitte leaders.
Deloitte has been named to CareerBliss' 50 Happiest Companies in America for 2020! The annual list recognizes companies for their overall happy work culture and positive team environment. Factors include company culture, leadership, overall work atmosphere, relationship with coworkers, and CEO ranking.
Deloitte CEO, Joe Ucuzoglu, has been named to Accounting Today’s top 100 most influential people in accounting in 2019.
The uniqueness of our people is what makes Deloitte special. From a table tennis Olympian to a Deloitte Tax partner, explore Todd Sweeris’ career journey.
Deloitte's new report explores the question: Will virtual reality catch on with sports audiences? How the five “C’s”—casual fans, cost, comfort, content, connection—get addressed by sports leagues and broadcasters will likely determine if watching live sports in virtual reality goes mainstream or remains a sideshow.
Tech teams with diverse backgrounds can support innovation and drive transformational growth by openly sharing perspectives, focusing on user-centric design, and consciously exploring potential outcomes to avoid unintended harmful results. In this report, Deloitte shares how CIOs can intentionally build environments that support responsible technological innovation.