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AWARDS AND RECOGNITION


Great employer

Recognition as an employer of choice

High Honor






Recognized on FORTUNE's 100 Best Companies to Work For list for nine consecutive years
(2009-2017)

Key Awards

Inducted to Working Mother's 100 Best Companies Hall of Fame recognizing 15 consecutive years (2003-2017)

Recognized among the Top 10 Working Mother & AVTAR’s 100 Best Companies for Women in India (2016)

No. 14 on Diversity Inc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity, marking six consecutive years in the top 15 (2012-2017) and 11 consecutive years on the list over all (2007-2017). Included in five Top 10 lists in 2017: No. 3 for Persons with Disabilities; No. 3 for Supplier Diversity; No. 6 for Mentoring; LGBT Employees; and Global Diversity

Perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) Corporate Equality Index for 10 consecutive years (2008-2017)

G.I. Jobs' Military Friendly Top 100 Employers, marking four consecutive years (2013-2016)

ADDITIONAL RECOGNITION

Learn about the recognition Accenture has received 
for being an employer of choice:




EMPLOYER OF CHOICE

50 Best Workplaces for Flexibility (2016)

No. 11 on FORTUNE's 25 Best Workplaces in New York, for second consecutive year (2016-2017)

UNIVERSUM

World’s Most Attractive Employers: No. 29 on Global Top 50 Business list and No. 34 on Global Top 50 Engineering list (2009-2016)

Top 100 Ideal Employer in the US for undergraduates in business, engineering and computer science, marking two consecutive years (2016-2017)




No. 24 on Universum's Top MBA Employers marking thirteenth consecutive year on the list (2003-2016)

RECOGNITIONS AROUND THE GLOBE

Canada's Top 100 Employers, marking six consecutive years (2012-2017). Also recognized on the following: Greater Toronto’s Top Employers, marking five consecutive years (2012-2016); Canada’s Top Employers for Young People, marking four consecutive years (2013-2016); Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, marking four consecutive years (2013-2016).

Accenture in India No. 2 overall and No. 1 in the Software, Hardware and IT category in Business Today-People Strong's best Companies to Work For, marking six consecutive years (2010-2016)

Accenture in India ranked No. 12 on LinkedIn’s Top Companies in India (2017)




No. 4 on The Australian Grad Australia Top 100 Employers (2015)

Apertura’s Argentina’s Best Employers, marking four consecutive years (2013-2016)

Chief Executive's Best Companies for Leaders, marking three consecutive years (2014-2016)




Human Resource Executive's Most Admired Companies for HRmarking nine consecutive years (2008-2016)


Workforce Magazine’s Workforce 100, marking four consecutive years (2013-2017)




INCLUSION & DIVERSITY




LATINA Style 50, marking five years on the LS50 (2008 & 2013-2016), including Company of the Year in 2014

Thomson Reuters Diversity & Inclusion Index, for two consecutive years, ranking No. 12 (2016-2017)




Chief Executive Officer – North America Julie Sweet ranked No. 39 on Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business and received NAFE's Women of Excellence Award (2016)

Stonewall’s Top Global Performers for two consecutive years (2015-2016)




The Times’ Top 50 Employers for Women in the United Kingdom, marking five appearances since 2012 (2012-2014 & 2016-2017)




Debuted on Dave Thomas Foundation 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces, tying at No. 28 overall and ranking No. 5 in the Consulting, Accounting, Legal and Business Services industry (2016)

Military Times' Best For Vets: Employers, marking four consecutive years (2013-2016)




Accenture received the National Organization on Disability (NOD) 2016 Disability Employer Seal of Approval for the second consecutive year (2016-2017)
Included for the first time in the Disability Equality Index (DEI), receiving a perfect score of 100 out of 100

Role Model Company by the Mindtree Helen Keller Awards from the National Center for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People in India (2016)




National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and National Business Inclusion Consortium America’s 2017 “Best-of-the-Best” Corporations for Inclusion (2017)

Scored 95 out of 100 on Calvert's Diversity Report: Examining the Cracks in the Ceiling, marking three years (2013, 2015-2016)











































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