We will achieve a gender-balanced workforce by
Women will account for 25 percent of managing directors by
Pierre Nanterme, Accenture Chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on gender parity and why it matters.
She is four times more likely to rise
He is two times more likely to rise
She could earn 51 percent more
95 percent of people are satisfied with their career path
More likely to advance to manager and above
More likely to say they don’t plan to leave
It’s critical that companies create a truly human environment where people can be successful both professionally and personally—where they can be who they are and feel they belong, every day.
Chief Leadership & Human Resources Officer, Accenture
Our research shows that in companies with cultures that include the workplace factors that help women advance, men thrive too, and we all rise together.
Chief Executive Officer – North America, Accenture
Our employees can set their start and finish times or work more hours over fewer days. They can telecommute from anywhere. And we offer part-time arrangements.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) support our women and help them build networks. Through the Accenture Women’s Network–a global online platform–our women can share advice, insights and experiences.
At Accenture, everyone has a designated mentor, access to a personalized internal training portal and can sign up for training on being an inclusive leader and avoiding unconscious bias. Because of this, women make up 41 percent of total participants in mentoring and development programs.
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