"At Accenture, we have an unwavering commitment to diversity, and we thrive on creating a culture of inclusion. In order to become one of the world’s most innovative companies, it is crucial that our teams are filled with a wide range of perspectives and experiences."
Small changes make a big difference
At Accenture, we believe in making a positive difference every day for our stakeholders—our clients, investors and partners.
Our commitment to equality includes making our people feel that they truly belong at Accenture. As a business imperative, everyone in our organisation must, in their own way, help make each other feel included, needed and wanted.
Together, our actions—big or small—contribute to an impact that’s greater than ever.
Our inclusive culture
When you work with us, you can bring your whole self to work every day.
Inclusion and diversity are central to our culture and core values—it makes us stronger, more competitive and more creative. We believe at our core that equality drives innovation.
We believe the future workforce is an equal one. That’s why we’re committed to a 50/50 gender-balanced workforce by 2025. And we strive to ensure our teams are compensated fairly and equitably.
Pride at Accenture
We are committed to ensuring an inclusive environment for all our people—regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
Cross cultural and indigenous
We embrace our indigenous heritage and culture, and our ambition is to foster an internal culture where everyone feels they have an equal opportunity to belong and build a career.
Empowering disability inclusion
We are committed to accelerating equality for all, creating an inclusive, accessible workplace that empowers disability inclusion.
Healthy minds network
We encourage our teams to proactively manage their mental health and maintain good habits. Our Healthy Minds Network helps give people confidence to seek the support they need.
Our goal is to be the employer of choice for veterans and reservists, by building innovative partnerships that ensure veterans, reservists and their spouses succeed in their new careers with us.
Working with leading organisations whose values align to our own.
Proud partner since 2012, supporting the Wallabies, Wallaroos, Rugby Sevens and the Women’s Super W Tournament. Together, we promote inclusive environments and diverse thinking, on an off the pitch.
With You With Me
Accenture have partnered with WYWM who equip veterans with the skills they need to fill job gaps in the market so that they can transition from the military to active members of civilian society.
Stepping up to support our female athletes
Accenture is the inaugural foundation sponsor for the Minerva Network, a leading support network established to help Australia’s women in sport identify and navigate commercial challenges.
Senior female executives from Accenture join other leading Australian businesswomen who act as mentors to support elite female athletes to further develop leadership skills, communication techniques, career pathways and general business acumen. Through personal development and upskilling, the Minerva Network is committed to developing future leaders in our communities and for the nation.
Male champions of change in STEM
Bob Easton, Chairman and Senior Managing Director is a proud Champion of Change in STEM. The group leads and influences change in women’s representation in STEM.
Members have a deep commitment to advancing gender equality within their own organisations and more broadly. The Champions of Change Coalition is in a unique position to influence change and challenge the systems and stereotypes in STEM that hold women back.
The Harnessing Our Innovation Potential report shares new research conducted by Accenture for Champions of Change STEM.
Giving back to our communities
Our people currently support over 150 charities and community causes, many that are aligned to our inclusion and diversity networks, to enable people to make a difference to causes that really matter to them.
All Accenture people are provided one day of paid volunteering leave, so they can give back to the causes closest to their hearts.
Awards & recognition
See our accomplishments as a leader, great employer and corporate citizen, as recognised by respected organisations around the world.
Employer of Choice for Gender Equality
Member for over 10 years
Second year placed in the top three
International Philanthropy Award
Don’t just take it from us—see what our people have to say about our flexible benefits, inclusive culture and programs that support you to be your best YOU.
Life lessons from my 10 weeks of paternity leave
After only being able to take two weeks of parental leave following his first child’s birth, Brad was determined to spend more time at home with his second. Read his story
Why vulnerability is essential to good leadership
After landing a managing director promotion, Mark was on top of the world. He didn’t expect to experience a personal crisis just 6 months later. Read his story
Yes, I’m bisexual. No, it’s not a phase.
For Camilla, gender doesn’t matter when picking a partner. As a bisexual woman, she speaks up on why we must debunk damaging stereotypes and promote an inclusive workplace. Read her story
Out, Roman Catholic and proud
Brought up in a strict Filipino Roman Catholic community, Arwin’s faith remains central to his life, even whilst living as an openly gay man in Australia. Learn how he balances the two. Read his story