Deloitte has been ranked one of the “Most Attractive Employers” in the U.S. by Universum, a global employer branding firm. The ranking reveals how attractive an employer is among students and indicates a company’s position in relation to other ideal employers in the recruitment market. Deloitte’s ranking is based on the employer preferences of more than 53,000 students across 200+ universities.
Deloitte is pleased to announce that we have been recognized for the fourth consecutive year as one of the most civic-minded companies in the U.S. by Points of Light. The Civic 50 award identifies and recognizes companies who invest their time, talent, and resources to partner with and help improve the communities where they do business.
From ally to advocate, professional Melissa Dale shares her personal story about getting involved with the LGBTQ community at Deloitte. Read the Life at Deloitte blog to learn more about Melissa's story .
Introducing Deloitte’s Who We Are podcast! Deloitte’s people experience our culture and live our core values in different ways. Who We Are podcasts bring their remarkable stories to life and celebrates our culture of courage. Join us as we explore how we support each other, our clients, and our communities.
Check out Deloitte's new Only See Possible campaign, including ads created by Heat running during this weekend’s U.S. Open! This campaign highlights Deloitte’s ability to look at these difficult problems, and only see possible.
The USGA's new AR app provides a new, immersive way to enjoy the US Open at Pebble Beach this year. Deloitte played an integral role in developing this augmented reality application. Read more.
In a recent discussion, Deloitte chief strategy officer, Steve Goldbach, and consulting principal, Geoff Tuff, reveal why the old business playbooks aren’t working anymore and provide four key principles to compete effectively in today’s rapidly changing business climate.
A cautionary tale on ethics: What every CLO needs to know. What can you learn from an ambitious—and successful—lawyer who was sent to prison for losing sight of her values and high ethics standards?
The rapid advancement of digital reality has ushered in a new age of storytelling for many brands. As technology often blurs the line between storyteller and listener, Deloitte's new report explores how marketers can use digital reality to their advantage.
As companies adapt in the fourth industrial revolution, and the “what, who, where” of work changes, many people may wonder if they’re turning into the corporate version of an appendix—unnecessary and obsolete. Deloitte US chief talent officer, Mike Preston, provides insights on the future of work and how to keep up with change.