1. Skills to succeed
Our Skills to Succeed initiative reflects our end-to-end commitment to the global workforce.
- Workforce of today: Experienced workers learning new skills
- First jobs and apprenticeships: Individuals preparing for a first job or business venture
- Next generation: Young students getting the skills they need to prepare for a digital future
The aim is to help today’s workforce adapt to a fast-changing jobs landscape and prepare the future workforce we will need.
Learned skills through the U.K. Skills to Succeed Academy since 2013.
Learned skills through the Accenture Digital Skills Programme to date.
Pro bono consulting hours in one year.
Expanding Movement to Work’s mission
The fallout from COVID-19 means businesses have a responsibility to step up, says Olly Benzecry, Accenture’s Chair of Movement to Work.
2. Building a fairer society
We work with inspiring strategic partners who are committed to transforming communities through empowering individuals, with the ultimate aim of building a fairer society.
We work with social enterprises that share our drive to help young people and workers thrive in the digital economy.
TeachFirst: A fairer society begins in the classroom
Over 100 of our current workforce have spent two years transforming the lives of young people before embarking on their career at Accenture. Read more.
Workertech: The worker-focused innovation fund
Together with Resolution Foundation and Bethnal Green Ventures, Accenture is supporting start-ups that aim to solve big problems in the U.K.’s labour market. Read more.
4. Accenture Development Partnerships
Accenture’s way of working encourages and challenges us to confront big problems. Accenture Development Partnerships does that head-on allowing our people to use their skills to improve millions of lives in the developing world.
Together with our clients, NGOs, foundations and government financial institutions, our people work to improve millions of lives in the developing world and bring us closer to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Since launching in 2003, Accenture has completed more than 1,800 projects in 95 countries across areas such as health, gender, education, financial inclusion, humanitarian response, agriculture, water and energy access.
With the U.K. Department for International Development, Accenture researched inclusive business models serving economically-marginalised populations.
Human rights commitments
As a UN Global Compact LEAD member, Accenture maintains a longstanding commitment to respecting human rights, including the elimination of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains.
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