To help our people thrive, Accenture offers robust programming including specialized training, networking support, flexible work arrangements, mentoring, mental health resources, equal benefits to same-sex couples where local law permits and more.
We also believe deeply in the power of trust and transparency, so we set goals, share our workforce demographics publicly in key geographies, and collect data to continuously improve and hold our leaders accountable.
We are committed to equal pay for equal work
Pay equity at Accenture means that our people receive pay that is fair and consistent when considering similarity of work, location and tenure at career level. We conduct an annual pay equity review. As of our last review, which reflected annual pay changes effective December 1, 2022, we have dollar-for-dollar, 100% pay equity for women compared to men in every country where we operate (certain subsidiaries, including recent acquisitions, and countries with de minimis headcount, temporary employees and interns were excluded from the analysis). By race and ethnicity, we likewise have dollar-for-dollar, 100% pay equity in the United States, the United Kingdom and South Africa, which are the locations where we currently have the data available to use for this purpose.