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“We recognize that each person has unique strengths—and by embracing those unique strengths, we achieve success, foster innovation and deliver high performance.”
Nellie Borrero,managing director - Global Inclusion & Diversity
“Our People, Our Focus: Inclusion & Diversity at Accenture 2014” highlights current achievements and perspectives from our inclusion and diversity journey, including:
How does our commitment to inclusion and diversity help drive our success? Download “Our People, Our Focus” to learn more.
Hear from Nellie Borrero in this video.
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“Our rich diversity is part of what makes our company ‘greater than’.”
Roze Phillips,managing director - Products and Human Capital & Diversity Lead - Spain, Portugal, Africa, Israel
Periodically, we produce a publication to illustrate our inclusion and diversity strategy, efforts and accomplishments. “Our People, Our Focus: Inclusion & Diversity at Accenture 2014,” published in February 2014, provides a snapshot of our inclusion and diversity journey through 2013.
How does Accenture make inclusion and diversity awareness training available to all employees? Download “Our People, Our Focus” to learn more.
“I am empowered by the energy and vision that our senior leaders and LGBT network members exhibit as they help Accenture live by our core value of Respect for the Individual.”
Chip Sherrill,managing director - Accenture Federal Services
We take a wide view of inclusion and diversity, going beyond abilities, age, ethnicity, gender, religion and sexual orientation and gender identity and expression to create an environment that welcomes all forms of differences.
Globally, we focus a large portion of our effort in five areas:
How many Accenture people worked on global assignments during fiscal 2013? Download “Our People, Our Focus" to learn more.
“Since I’ve been at Accenture, being disabled has never been an issue in my work and my interactions with colleagues and clients. My worth has been based on what I contribute, not what I look like or any physical limitations I have. I am seen as an employee who just happens to have one arm, not as a one-armed employee.”
Emma Olivier,senior manager - Technology
We are proud of our achievements and honored to have received recognition for our efforts.
“It is so important that we share the stories and experiences of our individual journeys so other women can see the possibilities available to them and understand that there isn’t just one single path to success, but many.”
Lay Lim Teo,managing director - ASEAN, Country Managing Director, Singapore
February 7, 2014
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