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Corporate Citizenship Report

Australia and New Zealand


At Accenture, corporate citizenship is central to our vision to improve the way the world works and lives, and it reflects our core values. Everything we do to execute our strategy and deliver our vision comes to life through our approximately 373,000 people. Our people represent a wide variety of cultures, ethnicities, religious beliefs and languages. This rich diversity makes our company stronger, smarter and more innovative, which helps us better serve our clients and our communities.

Our latest Corporate Citizenship Report in Australia and New Zealand details our impact across the five pillars of our corporate citizenship strategy: Ethics & Governance, Skills to Succeed, Environment, Our People and Supply Chain.


Letter From Our Leaders

We’re pleased to share with you our latest Corporate Citizenship Report, which details our impact across the five pillars of our corporate citizenship strategy.

Accenture’s global Skills to Succeed initiative is aiming to reach millions of people. However, behind the numbers lies the heart of this initiative: the individuals whose lives are transformed by gaining the skills to get a job or build a business. As you will read, we’re seeing positive change—from skilling people who are experiencing challenges, to advancing client sustainability, to accelerating gender equality in the workforce.

We bring our corporate citizenship strategy to life by collaborating with our strong network of partners, including clients, in our endeavours to improve the way the world works and lives. We sincerely thank our partners for their ongoing commitment towards corporate citizenship and our employees who contribute their time and skills. We hope you enjoy reading this update on our global and local impact.

Louise May
Managing Director, Corporate Citizenship
Accenture in Australia and New Zealand

About This Report

Accenture is pleased to share this report, which details the impact we made globally and in Australia and New Zealand across each of the five pillars of our corporate citizenship reporting strategy: Ethics & Governance; Skills to Succeed; Environment; Our People; and Supply Chain. The report explores our corporate citizenship goals, progress and performance across our operations during fiscal 2015 (1 September 2014 – 31 August 2015) unless otherwise noted.

For more information on our global Corporate Citizenship program, please visit the Accenture Corporate Citizenship website.