Recognition for Being a Good Corporate Citizen
With our core values at its heart, corporate citizenship is an ongoing journey for Accenture. We take thoughtful actions to bring positive change, for today and for the future. From Accenture Skills to Succeed to our environmental stewardship, our corporate citizenship efforts target achieving outcomes that make a real impact.
Our Skills to Succeed goal: By 2015, we will equip 700,000 people around the world with the skills to get a job or build a business.
Accenture has been formally recognized for its commitment to the environment and community:
Awards & Ratings
Economic Observer (China) recognized Accenture in China's Skills to Succeed efforts on its "Outstanding Cases for Sustainable Development in China" list in 2012.
Accenture ranked among 100 Best Human Resources Management Companies in China and was awarded as winner of Best CSR Program by 51job.com in 2012.
Newsweek's fourth annual Green Rankings included Accenture in 2012 as No. 8 in the US 500 and No. 36 on its Global 500 list. In the Information Technology & Services sector, Accenture ranked No. 3 in the US and No. 6 globally. Additionally, Accenture ranked No. 7 on The Greenest Tech Companies in the US list. Green Rankings evaluates the environmental performance, policies and reputation of the 500 largest US corporations and 500 biggest global companies.
In 2012, Accenture was ranked No. 2 on Corporate Responsibility Magazine's Best Corporate Citizens in Government Contracting list, marking our third consecutive appearance on the list (2010‒2012).
Accenture was ranked No. 9 among China's Top 100 Green Companies (MNC category) in 2012.
In 2011, Accenture was ranked at No. 50 on Interbrand's debut Best Global Green Brands list.
Accenture received a gold designation on The Business in the Community Corporate Responsibility Index in 2011, marking the fourth consecutive appearance in the index (2008‒2011).
Read about Corporate Citizenship at Accenture.