Inextricably linked Talent Annuity Report
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Here’s a look at Talent by the numbers. See if you can match each with its corresponding description, and then check out how you did on the back inside cover. You might be surprised with what you know. 1) Number of women partners, principals, and directors – a milestone in our history 2) Percentage of new hire offers accepted 3) Number of learning hours logged by our people 4) Number of acres in Deloitte University campus 5) Number of Deloitte alumni using AlumNet 6) Percentage of our people who report flexibility around where they work 7) Resumes received for positions at Deloitte 8) Average total days earned for holidays, vacation, illness, etc. 9) Number of our people who hold nonprofit board positions 10) Percentage of U.S. and India offices with videoconferencing facilities 11) Average number of monthly visitors to D Street 12) Number of our people who volunteered on IMPACT Day
*Numbers are approximate and represent calendar year 2009.
As used in this document, “Deloitte” means Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Please see www.deloitte.com/us/about for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries.
High performance culture. Extraordinary growth and development opportunities. Sustainable career-life fit. Our signature Deloitte Talent Experience lies at the intersection of these three distinct, yet inextricably linked and mutually reinforcing attributes: High performance which speaks to consistently exceeding expectations for quality delivery and to the outstanding suite of rewards and benefits we offer our people; Growth and development which represents our commitment to a culture of learning; And career-life fit which is exemplified by varying options for career development, by being cared for as an individual, and by collaborating on ways to fit life into work and work into life over time.
Growth & development
Together these attributes sharpen our focus and serve to inform our talent investments and activities, which we share in the pages that follow. The year in review This past year has proven to be one of extremes. Navigating the economic down cycle has been challenging, yet strategic investments in critical areas are positioning us well in both the client and talent marketplaces. Highlights included the acquisition of BearingPoint’s North American Public Services business, which brought more than 4,200 highly skilled professionals into our Deloitte family and has already greatly enhanced our federal capabilities. We warmly welcome each of you.
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we are not yet elite when it comes to the level of consistency with which our people experience who we are and what we stand for. In the past year. and our Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu network is the largest across the globe. which recognized Deloitte’s leadership in promoting health and wellness for all our professionals. and advancement of all women. 1 to place to intern.S. benefits. And to top it all off. while very good.000+ women partners.S. Firms and further embedding the notion of the Corporate Lattice™ into the fabric of our organization. But we also know that. 1 place to launch a career and the No. And we continued to gain prestigious external recognition for our efforts. development. and directors (P/P/Ds). There is still much to do to further distinguish ourselves—to further bolster Deloitte’s mission to be the standard of excellence—for our clients and our people. Deloitte was recognized by BusinessWeek as both the No. And we received the nation’s highest award for corporate civic engagement – the Points of Light Institute’s 2009 “Corporate Engagement Award of Excellence. Our greatest opportunity. Maria Shriver and the Center for American Progress dubbed Deloitte the model employer in conjunction with the release of “The Shriver Report.
. But swagger doesn’t mean complacency. DiversityInc once again named us as one of its “Top 50 Companies for Diversity” and – most recently – Catalyst honored us with the 2010 Catalyst Award for innovative organizational approaches that address the recruitment. including a milestone within our profession – being the first to reach 1. A time to be proud We are now the largest professional services organization in the U. In addition.Other highlights included breaking ground on Deloitte University while transforming our curriculum to create world-class development opportunities. and therefore our strongest focus within Talent. We trust you will take great pride as you read though this report and walk with a hint of swagger for all we have accomplished. Third party research concludes that we are in a truly elite class when it comes to our programs. initiatives.” We were also honored by organizations such as the American Heart Association. we have a lot to be proud of.” And it was a historic year in strengthening Deloitte’s inclusive environment. is to increase the level of consistency in how our people experience Deloitte. and the like. we continued to foster rich career discussions and robust career-life fit options by completing our rollout of Mass Career Customization™ across the U. Yes.” A TIME magazine cover story showcased Deloitte as a leader in workplace innovation. FORTUNE magazine once again included us among the “100 Best Companies to Work For. principals.
We look forward to our continued shared journey. But more than just a record of what has occurred. and to the extraordinary results our collective actions deliver as we work to stay “always one step ahead. results. rather than a cost to be controlled. The actions and achievements described in these pages therefore serve to inform and provide a basis from which we will further enhance the Deloitte Talent Experience now and into the future. to the difference each of you makes.”
Barry Salzberg Chief Executive Officer Deloitte LLP
Cathy Benko Chief Talent Officer Deloitte LLP
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. as well as a reference source of our key activities.A look back and a look forward The following pages serve as a look back on the past year. this is a Talent Annuity Report because we regard our talent as an investment that generates an annuity. and learnings.
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68 Summary 58 In the Marketplace
Talent Annuity Report 6 9 10 Talent Experience Talent Agenda Year in Review 12 16 18 22 24 28 30 34 38 40 44 48 50 52 56 58 60 62 66 68 Acquisition Alumni Community Involvement Corporate Responsibility Development Ethics Health & Fitness Mass Career Customization Our Inclusive Environment Diversity & Inclusion Women’s Initiative Communities Talent Specialties Total Rewards Workplace of Tomorrow Rankings & Recognitions Awards & Achievements Media Mentions
In the Marketplace
“We have an opportunity and an obligation to continue to develop ideas that help us attract. Deloitte LLP
. Being innovative within the framework of our Talent Experience is a great way to bring the right talent to Deloitte. and retain talent. develop.” Sharon Allen. Chairman of the Board.
It’s a commitment to excellence. It’s about increasing each individual’s market value while enriching our collective journey along the way. mutual commitment.Talent Experience
We compete in two inextricably linked markets: In order to attract great clients.
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. It’s an understanding that our people are multi-dimensional. we must continue to serve great clients Our commitment to our clients is embodied in The Deloitte Client Experience. we must continue to attract great talent. It’s about delivering the right team with the right experience at the right time to provide innovative and effective solutions to crucial business issues. our client and talent experiences represent the best of Deloitte. the Deloitte Talent Experience embodies how we fulfill the equally vital commitment of delivering excellence to our people. And it’s about providing a customizable experience that allows them to develop along each of these dimensions. And to provide a high performance culture with opportunities for this talent to grow and thrive. outstanding value. They bring to life our shared values of integrity. Together. and diversity — the values that distinguish Deloitte as a company of the greatest talent serving the greatest clients. And while the Deloitte Client Experience encompasses the ways we deliver excellence to our clients.
A Career Enhancer
A Corporate Lattice Organization
Strengthened by Our Collective Spirit
Invested in Total Rewards
An Inclusive Environment
Impassioned Community Citizens
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. Clients and Markets. Managing Partner.“The Deloitte Talent Experience represents our commitment to delivering a defining experience in the ways that matter most to our people – a commitment which we similarly make to our clients as part of The Deloitte Client Experience.” Bill Freda.
to the benefit of our clients and ourselves
Uncompromising in our values and insistence that we each exhibit the highest standard of integrity
Impassioned Community Citizens
Continually making positive and meaningful differences in the local and global communities in which we live and serve
. and how participation is fostered
Strengthened by Our Collective Spirit
Thriving in the cumulative benefits of a collaborative and collegial environment
Invested in Total Rewards
Sharing in our collective success through recognition of performance and potential
An Inclusive Environment
Celebrating and harnessing strength from diversity of all kinds – backgrounds.
A Career Enhancer
Continually increasing the value of our talent by providing compelling development and growth opportunities
A Corporate Lattice Organization
Offering a customized model for how careers are built. the focused investments we make. are the voice of our culture. experiences. how work gets done. and in many ways. It encompasses the strategic priorities we set. and perspectives -.Talent Experience
The attributes of The Deloitte Talent Experience collectively represent our value proposition to our talent. Our Talent Agenda is the way we bring the Talent Experience to life. and the extraordinary actions we take to deliver on our commitment to our people.
Strengthen Rewards & Recognition
Recognize and reward our talent in ways they value most. the focused priorities of our Talent Agenda provide a clear strategic direction for moving forward . Deloitte LLP
Create a Distinct Leadership & Development Experience
Continuously strengthen our people’s skills—from P/P/Ds to entry-level staff—through leading-edge learning and challenging assignments. delivering on the unprecedented opportunity Deloitte University presents to enrich our culture and create an enduring learning “sense of place.
Strengthen Alumni Relationships & Connections
Enhance the alumni experience while strengthening relationships and creating business and placement opportunities. Talent.” James Jaeger.
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Reinvent the Workplace
Create tomorrow’s workplace today.
Lead by Example in Career Customization
Reinforce our commitment to career-life fit by scaling a tailored model for how careers are built. And while we still have much to accomplish. broadening career opportunities and strengthening alignment with leadership.”
Double Down in Inclusion
Intensify our efforts through bold plays. Managing Partner.one that will benefit our professionals by creating the Talent Experience each desires.Talent Agenda
“Our commitment to The Deloitte Talent Experience is unwavering. reinventing how we communicate. collaborate and connect with one another.
we continued to push toward the convergence of high performance. So now let’s take a look back at the past year. and world-class opportunities for growth and development. career-life fit.
10 Year in Review
. some small.Year in Review
This past year was one of tough business decisions. From the groundbreaking of Deloitte University to the completion of our Mass Career CustomizationTM rollout. But major initiatives are only one way we enhance our collective journey. but it was also a year of great action and advancements in delivering on our Talent Experience. It’s what sits at the heart of the daily commitment we make to each other – to create and sustain a workplace that brings out the best in each of us. Our Talent Experience is also shaped by a wide range of everyday activities – some big.
With each year. we create a more consistent and meaningful experience for all our professionals. Deloitte LLP
Year in Review 12 16 18 22 24 28 30 34 38 40 44 48 50 52 56 Acquisition Alumni Community Involvement Corporate Responsibility Development Ethics Health & Fitness Mass Career Customization Our Inclusive Environment Diversity & Inclusion Women’s Initiative Communities Talent Specialties Total Rewards Workplace of Tomorrow
“The Talent Experience is our true north — guiding the decisions we make around our people-focused programs and initiatives.” Joe Echevarria. at every level of the organization. Operations. Managing Partner.
Year in Review:
When it comes to recruiting new talent.900 new full-time hires joined Deloitte.Start! Fit-Friendly Gold level
. and other high-touch elements • Inviting students to participate in hands-on development programs like the annual Deloitte National Leadership Conference where 400 top college sophomores were invited to a four-day event in Phoenix • Reaching out to students in highly mobile ways including:
“We continue to evolve our approach to Talent Acquisition. we received more than 315. Deloitte Services LP
. The number of individuals seeking positions at Deloitte last year showed a steady increase. While this number was lower than previous years due to the challenging business climate. In total. and conducted nearly 22. there were a number of unique skill sets that we seek for which supply remained constant and demand continued to be high. Deloitte-sponsored faculty symposia. We therefore spent additional time this year identifying and proactively targeting talent with these particular skills – in high-tech to high-touch ways. but to experience what it would be like to join our organization. While the overall availability of candidates went up. class lectures by Deloitte experts. continuing to sponsor and present at professional conferences. invited nearly 18. But only one can put the proof behind it by again being named as BusinessWeek’s #1 place to launch a career.Campus recruiting interactive microsite that’s all about our people telling our story. An innovative approach to campus recruiting The talent acquisition process starts well before a candidate comes in for an interview or even decides to submit a resume. Through new technologies and increased levels of communication.000 resumes. National Director.000 hours. students can select Deloitte professionals who
Honored by American Heart Association . In 2009. Talent Acquisition. which translated to more than 12. but also uniquely positioned ourselves for the upturn. To personalize their experience.000 interviews to identify and recruit the best of these candidates.000 of these candidates to interview. and welcoming more than 1. The innovative ways we accomplished this in 2009 included: • Complementing traditional on-campus presentations with business-case competitions. By maintaining a strong presence on campus. Nearly 30% of our professionals were directly and personally involved in the search for talent. the #1 place to intern. and as an added recognition this year. every organization talks about the great opportunities and offerings it provides. candidates can experience Deloitte long before they ever walk through our doors. we strategically chose to continue to invest in the acquisition of new talent. students can “connect” with individuals through stories and videos about the interesting choices they’ve made at work and in life. interview days at practice offices across the country. Using the dynamic visual navigation.” Patty Pogemiller. We’ve therefore designed a customizable approach for today’s students – highly-skilled consumers of information – to not only connect with and learn about Deloitte.800 summer interns – in addition to the full-time hires mentioned above – we not only gained through the acquisition of new talent. each in a unique and authentic way. more than 8.500 Deloitte colleagues dedicating nearly 650.
Recognized on FORTUNE’s 100 Best Companies to Work For
MCC a ‘buzz’ at World Economic Forum in Davos
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. In addition to our varied approaches to connecting with potential recruits. In 2009. And we’re pleased to report that more than 95% of participants gave the program a highly favorable rating. servicing a constituent that both parties care about a great deal – our communities. • Inviting recruits to experience Deloitte by providing opportunities to work side-by-side with our professionals.
# of Resumes Received: 315. studied their same major. and make an impact at Deloitte.Alternative Spring Break graduated from their same school. . or even share similar musical or TV tastes.“Your Future at Deloitte” on YouTube features our people in a variety of videos sharing what it’s like to launch a career.800 # of Deloitte Professionals Involved: 12. Whether the recruit is interested in greening or Olympic gold. .000 fans (and growing) thoughtprovoking videos. .“Your Future at Deloitte” group on LinkedIn® offers prospective talent the opportunity to connect with Deloitte professionals who share their diverse personal interests.900 # of Interns: 1. they’re bound to find someone at Deloitte who shares the passion.000 # of Offers Extended: 12. . we’ve also identified some innovative sources of potential talent to help us attract the broadest range of backgrounds.000 % Offers Accepted: 88% # of Campus Hires: 3.500 # of Hours Dedicated: 650. develop. Texas communities impacted by Hurricane Ike. extraordinary stories and photos of our people. we began partnering with historically Black universities (HBUs) to offer events such as the Deloitte-sponsored “Southeast Case Study.000 # of Experienced Hires: 5. 79 students from top universities joined 35 Deloitte professionals for a 7-day ASB community service project working to rebuild the Houston. And to reach top minority talent even earlier in the process. and the option to sign up for customized text alerts such as when the next Deloitte event will take place on their campus. advance. . and perspectives.“@lifeatdeloitte” on Twitter features a different Deloitte partner or principal each week tweeting about life on and off the job to give prospective talent a number of different takes on who we are and what life here is really like.” This competition offers HBU students a unique opportunity to vie for placement in Deloitte’s National Student Case Study Seminar. experiences. In 2009.“Your Future at Deloitte” fan page on Facebook offers its more than 5.000 # of Candidates Interviewed: 18. which many minority students attend before transferring to four-year institutions. we began working with a select group of community colleges. work.Deloitte’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) – held in conjunction with the United Way – allows students to act on their passion for community involvement while experiencing the culture of Deloitte.
“[The move from BearingPoint to Deloitte] has been a very graceful transition. diverse talent. NABA. While our needs for experienced hires were lower than in previous years. Ascend. a very welcoming approach. minorities comprised more than 34% of our 2009 experienced hires. we brought in talent with specific skills in the fields of technology.Bringing experience to the table Campus recruiting is essential to fueling our talent pipeline. And we’re proud to say that nearly 8% of those were boomerang professionals who had previously worked at Deloitte and 44% were referred by our existing talent. including more than 4. We therefore continued to invest in six national diversity conferences: ALPFA. Former Managing Director at BearingPoint
Chairman Sharon Allen addresses potential talent at Out & Equal Workplace Summit
Celebrated Black History Month
Announced Extended Parental Leave
Presented MCC at coveted Authors@Google series
. financial services. we remained committed to drawing this talent from the broadest range of candidates. we nonetheless hired more than 5. Deloitte has done everything possible with the least amount of anxiety for us. There was a lot of effort to ensure a smooth transition. We’re also engaged in a continual search for the most qualified experienced candidates with specific skills to round out our workforce.” Aditya Padha.200 former BearingPoint professionals in a single day. Aided by these and other targeted efforts. The effort that went into welcoming the BearingPoint individuals showed. Principal. and Out & Equal. And as a further bonus. it added a significant number of new members to our Deloitte family with unique skills and competencies from which we can all learn.900 experienced professionals in 2009. NBMBAA. healthcare. Deloitte Consulting LLP.”
In addition to this group of high-performing colleagues. but it’s only part of our talent acquisition equation. proving once again that the Deloitte experience is one not easily duplicated. Every person from Deloitte that we’ve met has been extremely responsive and gracious. But more importantly. and other segments. the external M&A Advisor Network recognized Deloitte for both the “Professional Services Deal of the Year” and the “Middle Market Deal of the Year. Through lead sponsorship of events and engagement of our leaders in key speaking opportunities. we steadily enhanced our ability to identify and connect with high-performing. NSHMBA. Acquisition of BearingPoint’s North American Public Services business allowed us to significantly expand our reach in the growing market of federal services. While our experienced hire efforts focused on a more specific set of skills this year.
The result of this approach? Higher quality talent excited about joining Deloitte. Participants had the chance to experience our businesses and culture firsthand – along with opportunities to learn and lead with direct support from our professionals. and experienced recruiting are all essential to fill our talent pipeline. Principal. a very successful campus recruiting season. research accounting standards and work as a team. building on a program initiated in 2007 – the Virtual Team Challenge for High Schools – we teamed with the United Way to offer a unique experience for more than 6. Through a series of online business simulations – for which Deloitte was recently recognized as a best practice by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) – participants used games. there. I did not expect to learn as much as I did. a campus recruiting team remembering with pride why they joined and stay with this organization. or more appropriately don’t begin.800 potential future hires (both undergraduate and graduate) to working at Deloitte. there’s still no replacement for the real thing – actually working at Deloitte. music.
“[My intern experience] exceeded my expectations. It was not just about marketing brochures and presentations.” Jeff. Intern. It taught me more than just audit procedures. our hands-on summer internship program introduced more than 1. Charting a course for the future Internships. campus hiring. our pre-college efforts serve to widen the talent pool overall – and help open the eyes of potential top-performers who might not otherwise have a lens into a field of opportunities available to them. In 2009. For example. from the information session to the interview and everywhere in-between. and the Internet to solve real business issues. more than 65% accepted offers to join Deloitte full time. and proof that Deloitte is truly where the best want to be. Through pre-college outreach programs.” Erica Volini. It taught me how to interact with clients. All in all.Campus Recruiting Microsite Taking us out for a test drive While we aim to provide campus and experienced candidates with a clear and realistic view of the Deloitte experience. Of those who participated in the intern program. we educate younger students and enable them to “try on” careers in professional services. And while only a small subset of these students may choose to pursue a career with Deloitte. it was about leveraging our brand in every single interaction we had with candidates. but our efforts don’t end.000 high school students from nearly 250 schools across the country. Deloitte Consulting LLP
Achieved another recordbreaking year for United Way giving
Announced Deloitte Foundation Fellowship Grants
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. Deloitte & Touche LLP
“This year. our focus for campus recruiting was simple – bring the passion for what we do into how we brand and market ourselves on-campus to ensure we bring in the best talent.
and seek out new ways to enhance their careers. Thank you so much for arranging this training.” Punit Renjen. we hosted 45 live events across the U. This distinction helps define us and helps solidify our identity. providing a robust perspective on the future of our economy. As one alum commented: “It is great to remain connected to the outstanding professionals at Deloitte. We invest in their ongoing growth by providing educational webinars and seminars. In 2009. they become part of a dynamic network of professionals.”
“A strong Deloitte network has always been a part of our culture. Among the sessions we offered this year were Carl Steidtmann. We also provide alumni with the opportunity to stay up-to-date with technical training and receive credit toward meeting Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements. One of the primary ways we keep in touch is through our online alumni community.” As with any collegial relationship.000 alumni. More than 55. Approximately 1.
“We aspire to create a culture of ‘colleagues for life. Bill Ezzel. AlumNet. And it’s growing stronger every day as we embrace new ways to connect with ‘colleagues for life’ from across the country and around the world. they remain a part of our community – what we refer to as “colleagues for life. director and chief economist.S. Deloitte Services LP.200 alumni/retired partners/principals participated in our technical webcasts and feedback has been excellent. and learn about upcoming alumni events taking place in their area – and there are many events to choose from. In addition to publicizing opportunities to connect with fellow alumni. we launched The Network. Deloitte Services LP
Celebrated Women’s History Month
. Deloitte Consulting LLP
And as an added way to stay connected. National Director. Alumni Relations.” Lucy Attner..000 of our alumni use AlumNet to locate former colleagues. Deloitte Consulting LLP. access job listings. news headlines. Chairman & CEO. this national newsletter provides access to thought leadership. and continue to be trained by them. presenting a Washington update. and stories of former colleagues – from innovative career moves to climbing the highest peak in South America.’ one where principals and directors mentor and apprentice each other and all our professionals – our most important asset.Year in Review:
From the moment a new hire walks through our doors. our connection with our alumni is a two-way street – we strive to deliver value to them just as they provide ongoing value to Deloitte. and senior leaders of our Retail practice sharing the results of Deloitte’s Annual Holiday Mood survey. It’s all about connecting We take continually delivering value to our alumni very seriously. And even if they choose to pursue opportunities beyond Deloitte. which were attended by more than 4. help cultivate their networks. partner and leader of our legislative and regulatory relations practice.
Sometimes this means referring new people to Deloitte. so too do our alumni play an important role in the success of our organization. DTA functions as a robust outplacement service. Always begin with the ‘end in mind’ by asking ‘What problem are we trying to solve?’” David Denton. Leveraging the capabilities of our recruiting professionals and transition assistance coaches. CFO. Not only do they further expand the Deloitte network by connecting us to fellow alumni. They are familiar with our capabilities and culture. including – quite fittingly – an annual invitation to participate in IMPACT Day.
“Deloitte helped me to learn both the art and science of problem solving. and often play a key role in passing this message on to others. while other times it’s alumni themselves who decide to return as “boomerangs.000+
(and growing) Number of Alumni on AlumNet
Launched “How green is your other footprint?TM”
Ranked #1 on Accounting Today’s Top 100 Firms
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.” Alumni also make great clients and ardent ambassadors in the marketplace because they have first-hand experience with the quality of our work and the commitment of our project teams. we extended our portfolio of online learning opportunities to include webinars that explore the latest in Deloitte research as well as function.
Mutually reinforcing relationships Just as we aim to further the success of our alumni.In 2009. Feedback from participants has been consistently very positive. combining individual. and directors in a variety of impactful ways.and industry-specific events. customized transition and career coaching with online job resources and a variety of webinars on job search strategies. The Deloitte Transition Assistance (DTA) program is another way we show our commitment to our alumni colleagues. we aggressively searched for job opportunities to highlight on our alumni board – more than doubling the number of postings available for access by our alumni. and other offerings. An additional enhancement made this year was our Job Development Taskforce. effective networking. CVS Caremark and Deloitte Consulting LLP alumnus
55. but they facilitate strong connections to more great talent. resume development. We also stayed in touch with retired partners. principals.
Sharing what we’re all about
Hosted International Women’s Day webcast honoring our global women
Inducted into Training magazine’s Hall of Fame
.Year in Review:
The people of Deloitte have a long history as impassioned community citizens. from year-round skills-based volunteerism to cutting-edge research initiatives to one of the first formal pro bono programs in the marketplace. while setting a new standard for corporate philanthropy that enables the business community to play a more significant role in driving social progress. faster and better. 2009.S. India. and operational challenges. By leveraging our best thinking to help nonprofits address their strategic. And this strategic approach is delivering real value for our businesses. we were able to continue this commitment over the past year despite the challenges facing our nation and our businesses.000 professionals volunteering on 800 projects (nearly 40 percent of which were skills-based) in 252 communities.
To celebrate this milestone. and insights to advance the field of corporate community involvement. and offer new research.” Deloitte’s approach to community involvement puts the talent of our people at the heart of our commitment to driving social change. financial. It’s a unique. A focus on skills-based volunteerism On June 5. Delivered via the online Deloitte News Network (DNN). Deloitte volunteers engaged in projects from HR consulting and strategic planning to school painting and park clean-up. IMPACT Day 2009 saw more than 32. we empower the social sector to help more people and communities. and a multi-way dialogue on topics from finance and fitness to career development and charitable giving. Having grown significantly from the small group of Atlanta-based consultants who launched this event a decade back. committed to making positive and meaningful differences in our communities. But we don’t stop there. content. East Coast to the crowded streets of Mumbai and Hyderabad. We complement our best thinking with strategic investments through substantial grants and regional donations. animations. And. It was in recognition of this continuing commitment and our collective efforts that we were honored this year with the nation’s highest award for corporate civic engagement – the Points of Light Institute’s 2009 “Corporate Engagement Award of Excellence. thanks to the support of our leadership. From the rain-soaked U. Deloitte to the 10th offered tips. we launched Deloitte to the 10th – ten weeks to reflect on how we come together to make a difference for each other and our communities. we celebrated our 10th annual IMPACT Day – Deloitte’s national day of service. blended approach that serves as the foundation for all of our community involvement programs.
our people have engaged in more than 100 pro bono projects.In addition to IMPACT Day.
“When it comes to community involvement. we can’t be satisfied with good intentions. This nomination was a fitting culmination to a great year of College Summit achievements that included securing Deloitte’s representation on 60 percent of College Summit’s local boards and providing the highest number of corporate volunteers at College Summit workshops for the third consecutive year. Community Involvement. Walking the talk with pro bono commitments Over the last year. Our people also helped to improve the effectiveness of the nonprofit sector by running business-focused workshops for more than 700 nonprofit executives across the country through The Deloitte Center for Leadership & Community. was named College Summit National Board Chair.000
Nonprofit Executives at Deloitte Center for Leadership & Community:
Annual Donation to United Way:
$20 M $5 M
Annual Matching Gift Contributions:
Recognized again on DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity
Sponsored Houston recovery project as Alternative Spring Break
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. an intensive nonprofit executive training program. Projects have ranged from our work with College Summit as described above to developing a framework for integrating volunteers into California’s emergency management system. The key is not just getting people to care but also helping them figure out how they can make the greatest difference given their time and their skills. National Director.000 $50 M
Nonprofit Boards with Deloitte members:
# of IMPACT Day Participants:
Three-year Pro Bono Commitment:
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32. Since launching the program in 2008. We also contributed pro bono support to help College Summit develop and implement a new college enrollment data reporting system. We must be focused on results. which increased productivity by 87 percent and enabled 300 percent more schools to receive the data they need to track their students’ progress toward college. CEO Barry Salzberg who.” Evan Hochberg. our people volunteered their skills by serving on more than 2000 nonprofit boards. we’ve delivered ground-breaking outcomes in our communities through our national pro bono program – a three-year $50 million commitment that enables our practices to build pro bono into their annual planning and budgeting processes and credit their people as they would for client work. Among those involved was U. in 2009.S.
corporation for the 7th year in a row.S. The information was concise and logical. our people also supported communities in 2009 through financial contributions. Olympic Committee. I cannot thank you enough for Deloitte’s commitment to the not-forprofit community. and our team came away impressed and energized from what we learned.Putting our skills to good use on IMPACT Day
“On behalf of Special Olympics Southern California. The Deloitte teaching team provided us with a very practical “how-to” in the areas of executive coaching and feedback. During the 2008/2009 United Way campaign. Four of our executives were among your class of approximately 50 not-for-profit leaders from the Los Angeles area.
Hosted Health & Fitness Stress Management Seminars across U. we continued to finance a number of local community initiatives where our people are deeply engaged in nonprofit capacity-building through the Deloitte Problem Solvers Fund. Special Olympics Southern California
In 2009. I am writing to thank you and your staff for providing an innovative and challenging inaugural class for the Deloitte Center for Leadership and Community. we also launched a new pro bono fellowship program to enable some of our top performers to lend their skills to a local nonprofit on a full-time basis for up to six months. to build out the presence of Paralympic Sports Clubs • A Deloitte Consulting LLP manager working with Chicago Scholars to analyze the organization’s strategic plan and develop a framework for identifying. Paralympics.” Bill Shumard. and provided in a manner that was easily absorbed.000+) of any U. We are very excited about the future of our relationship. we had the highest number of Tocqueville givers ($10. In addition. And as an organization.S. Deloitte professionals nationwide contributed more than $20 million — a new record. Among our Fellows are: • A Deloitte Tax LLP senior and disabled veteran working with U. a division of the U. establishing.S. President/CEO.S. and sustaining strategic relationships • A Deloitte & Touche LLP senior working with the CFO of College Summit to conduct the analysis needed to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization • A Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP manager working with the Robin Hood Foundation to help its priority grantees identify and assess the impact of funding cuts on their effectiveness and identify options for cost-reduction planning A new record for philanthropy As well as volunteering their professional skills. offices
program. so that students in both countries are prepared to become tomorrow’s leaders. a nonprofit organization funded by Deloitte LLP and the retired partners/principals of Deloitte. Deloitte Foundation’s 2009 programs focused on addressing faculty and talent shortages. Total giving over the past decade has amounted to more than $50 million with more than $5 million in matching gifts awarded to colleges and universities in 2009 alone. creating opportunities for accounting faculty to gain practical knowledge through the Trueblood Seminars and Deloitte IFRS University Consortium. we deepened our alliances with City Year. we took our commitment to education a step further this year. through bylined articles. Inc.Their future is our future Deloitte is stepping up its involvement in an issue that has long been a priority – education. and related fields within the U.S. In keeping with the country’s goal of having the highest percentage of college graduates in the world by 2020. which has been a strong supporter of education for more than 80 years. While we currently support several education-focused programs. fosters excellence in teaching.
Advancing the Field Our leaders are frequently sought out to share Deloitte’s perspective and research on community involvement across sectors. the Points of Light Institute’s SkillsBased Volunteerism Committee. we support future talent and our profession through programs and funding provided by the Deloitte Foundation.000 students across the U.S. and providing career exploration and awareness resources for middle and high school students through the LIFE. National Conference on Volunteerism & Service. business. 2009 highlights included: • Thought Leadership Deloitte co-chaired the Reimagining Service Task Force. Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy’s Corporate Philanthropy Summit. We are also leveraging our resources to support education in India. and the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Roundtable on Corporate Citizenship. and curriculum innovation in accounting. The Foundation. and the Taproot Foundation’s Pro Bono Action Tank leadership group. Working with these organizations.
Launched Deloitte10 to reflect on ways we support each other
Two principals complete ultra marathon to raise funds for cancer research
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. which have reached more than 500. including funding new accounting doctoral candidates through the Doctoral Fellows Program and the Accounting Doctoral Scholars Program. Additionally. • Media Recognition Deloitte’s unique approach to community involvement was profiled in the Wall Street Journal and 14 bylined articles appeared in major dailies and business journals. College Summit. • Prestigious Speaking Opportunities Deloitte spoke at a number of major events this year including ServiceNation Summit. we aim to build a college-going culture in America. at leading industry conferences. research. and with citations in national publications. and United Way.
’” Tom Dekar. we provided our people with a toolkit of additional actions and projects they may choose to undertake within the community. Additionally. we continued to serve as a recognized leader in all key areas of corporate citizenship – giving back to our communities.S. Building on the successful office “greening” assessment tool. Working with green team members in each region. This data helps clarify the relative impact of our carbon emissions sources and will be used to create future emissions reduction targets. supporting excellence in education – which you’ll learn about in other sections of this report. To date. From the community involvement of our 32.
“Corporate responsibility aligns directly with our collaborative culture. Deloitte LLP
April 2009 Published results of Volunteer IMPACT Survey Opened doors for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
. In 2009.000 professionals during IMPACT Day. and we are now in the process of confirming these results. to the outpouring of volunteers serving as Green Champions and on green teams in our practice offices. Corporate Responsibility Officer. we made significant progress this year in determining our collective carbon footprint. To better connect with the grassroots in shaping national programs. identify issues.000 individuals outside of the office. Driving the message home We understand that greening is most impactful at the local level where the efforts of each individual and office combine to create tangible results. which is why we introduced the “How green is your other footprint?™” self-measurement survey. council members solicit feedback. Baseline and performance metrics have been calculated.000 professionals have completed the self-test. the home footprint version offers a way to measure and take actionable steps to change the behaviors of our 45. As highlighted by the theme of this year’s CR Report. more than 10. we take corporate responsibility (CR) seriously. we formed the Green Leadership Council with senior representatives from each of the eight regions in the U. One of our greatest strides this year came from our focus on “Greening the dot” as we continue to further embed sustainability with our people.Year in Review:
We are committed to making a positive impact on the world around us. We also understand that the green journey is largely personal. our clients. our success has been accomplished ‘through the actions of many. and address them. and India as well as representatives from from across our businesses and enabling areas. to our role as founding sponsor of the Center for Professional Responsibility in Business and Society. and our fellow Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firms around the world. developing the standard of ethical leadership. And to further promote greening beyond the walls of Deloitte.
Walking the talk We also made great strides this year to model “green” behaviors for our people and our clients to follow. model. and in the creation of close to 50 pieces of sustainability thoughtware. “The Dollars and Sense of Green Retrofits. advance learning and culture. And we got the message out this year via The Greenway – our quarterly client newsletter – through presentations at nearly 40 enterprise sustainability and corporate responsibility external events.S. health and safety. and incorporating LEED design requirements into our “Workplace of the Future” offices have all led to a significant reduction in our environmental impact. increasing our energy efficiency by consolidating IT data servers. energy investment.
A Policy of Commitment As a leading professional services organization. By the end of 2009. we will promote human dignity and ethical behavior. leadership on the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Corporate Responsibility Council resulted in the adoption of a global CR policy based on the U. green supply chain.S.” were even quoted in testimony before Congress. Our model is also helping our clients achieve similar results through our Enterprise Sustainability group. As such. and advocate the sustainable use of natural resources and the environment. green IT.000+
Deloitte professionals have asked themselves “How green is your other footprint?”™
Launched external Enterprise “Greening” blog
Hosted 14th annual National Student Case Study Seminar
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. Findings from our study. Deloitte has much to contribute to the political. Reducing travel through virtual meetings. and other related services.
10. CR organization and development. and social structures in our communities and throughout the world. climate change and sustainability risk management. economic. We demonstrate this through: • Investments in our people • Advice and services we provide to our clients • The way we run our internal operations • Commitment to our communities
Leading the way We are proud to report that U. this group benefited from the contribution of more than 500 practitioners delivering services in the areas of CR and sustainability strategy and reporting.
we are well along in transforming our approach to development. In 2009.” Bill Pelster. These transition acceleration programs for new managers and senior managers have been recrafted to better develop not only technical and industry skills. but in the reputation. our people. While the doors of Deloitte University are not expected to open until 2011.4 million learning hours logged in 2009. CEO. • Provide customized opportunities that can be tailored to our people’s individual needs. From static to interactive The new direction represents a next-generation shift in the way we grow our people and enhance their careers. and potential recruits. building the Deloitte Learning Experience today. It’s an investment not only in their individual careers. • Employ leading-edge techniques – experiential learning. It’s an experience that redefines the Deloitte learning environment to be wherever our people learn – at the Deloitte University campus. Through use of simulations that mimic the contexts of our professionals’ daily lives. And it’s getting stronger. strength.” Barry Salzberg. strengthen our culture. the academic community. Simulationbased schools were introduced this year in each of our client service businesses and will soon be expanded to our enabling areas. our single largest investment to date in talent development.200 new colleagues from BearingPoint
. in live local classrooms. during virtual and online sessions. our dedication to the continued growth and development of our people is strong. Chief Learning Officer. Deloitte LLP
As demonstrated by the 2. Deloitte LLP
Celebrated Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month
Welcomed more than 4. but professional and leadership capabilities as well. and others to identify the capabilities our professionals need to be successful. A state-of-the-art facility. making sure we look to the external world of clients. and through their daily on-the-job experiences. • Gauge our effectiveness by measuring the outcomes for our people and our clients. these programs aim for greater knowledge transfer from classroom learning to on-the-job application. • Make sure learning is integrated into professionals’ daily experiences on the job. • Offer development that is synchronized into a cohesive whole where all the parts in the organization work together seamlessly. and other innovative tools – to maximize learning effectiveness.
“I can think of no more important step Deloitte can take than to continue to raise the bar on our people’s development. Deloitte University will enable us to create a learningcentered community. replacing static lectures with interactive and dynamic learning sessions that reflect our guiding talent development principles: • Employ an outside-in perspective. simulations.Year in Review:
“Our commitment to talent development is non-negotiable. in effect. This past year marked the groundbreaking of Deloitte University. and enhance our brand with our clients. regulators. our businesses began the process of transforming their curricula. and long-term stability of our entire organization. One example of the new strategy in action is the complete redesign of our milestone schools.
Deloitte University will feature leading-edge technology and classrooms where our people will gain the capabilities they need to succeed. industry conferences.000 learning hours allows our people to learn at their own speed and at their own pace. Texas. At Deloitte University and in other live sessions. unique online environments that leverage photorealistic illustrations and interactive simulations to build knowledge of a particular industry sector. virtual learning is ideal for increasing knowledge and building foundational skills.
Situated on 107 acres in Westlake. Briefing rooms are up and running for both the Chemicals and Gaming industries. And while our primary use of new technology is to enhance what we’re doing online. and networking events.” Supporting our goal of moving from a roughly 75% live/25% virtual learning mix in FY09 to a 60%/40% split over the next two years. along with space for leadership forums. and reach our growth goals.S.
Conducted Ethics & Workplace survey on social networking implications
Featured in TIME cover story as leader in workplace innovation
Kicked off “I Am Fit” challenge
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. each of us needs to be active participants in our developmental culture through continuous improvement of ourselves and others. a virtual classroom and e-learning catalog of more than 12. Nick Tommasino. and India. For example. Deloitte & Touche LLP
It may seem counterintuitive to invest in a physical university facility while also moving to greater reliance on virtualearning.Expanding our reach As part of our investment. a great deal of the technical knowledge our people need can be delivered quickly and effectively using virtual tools. Some skills are best suited to live learning situations. thereby strengthening our learning-centered community while reducing the overall cost of our development efforts. we will bring together learners in separate locations for “live” classroom experiences. Similar to our existing TeleSuites in their ability to connect offices across Deloitte. For instance. Among the additions in 2009 were our new Industry Briefing Rooms. CEO. By providing a synchronized virtual learning experience.
To deliver quality. with an array of additional industries and sectors on the way. we continue to evaluate new delivery methods and technologies that will allow us to expand our reach beyond the physical campus and offer a greater level of flexibility for our people to customize their individual development. we are investing in building a number of dedicated TeleClassrooms in locations across the U. TeleClassrooms will have a unique physical configuration designed to best support collaborative learning. and some are not. achieve our strategy. Why would these things happen in tandem? The answer lies in creating the greatest number of learning opportunities possible and matching capabilities to the most appropriate learning method. it also provides a catalyst to revolutionize the way we conduct learning “in person. advanced social learning methods can help strengthen the Deloitte culture and build more complex and sophisticated capabilities— like accelerating productivity in new roles when people are promoted to manager or senior manager.
Under the new model. interactive one-day experience where Lead Client Service Partners and client teams can address challenges. We’re also proud to have been recognized by the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) with their prestigious BEST Award for 2009. In 2009. These physical spaces. and stretch assignments. each professional is aligned with a single Talent representative who is responsible for both talent delivery (HR) and resource management needs. The Deloitte Client Experience Labs are a great example of putting this into action. That’s why we are taking a comprehensive approach to our talent’s development that goes far beyond formal classroom learning. and Deloitte even better.” Cynde Jackson Clarke. more sustainable client relationships. my clients. It’s why we introduced the new cross-functional Deloitte Faculty Excellence (DFX) program in 2009. Surveys indicated an increase in key marketplace and teaming activities and an increased level of confidence in developing new business. and Virtual Classroom – and certified participants are beginning to apply what they’ve learned in programs across Deloitte. Growth and development on the job We recognize that there are multiple ways to develop our people and that each individual reacts to a different blend of opportunities. It requires instructors of the same caliber.
“I’ve been at Deloitte for ten years and still believe it’s the best place to work because.Leading the Charge We take pride that Training magazine acknowledged our ongoing commitment to talent development earlier this year by inducting Deloitte into its Hall of Fame.” We are therefore especially careful in the projects we assign and the challenges we offer each individual to fulfill or stretch beyond his or her particular goals. principals. we moved to a new model of deployment/scheduling in 2009. During an intensive.. provide an immersive. But to truly create Moments that Matter. the Boot Camp program was launched in both the Northeast and Southeast regions. it takes more than just dynamic physical spaces or even world-class curriculum. with further regional rollouts planned for this year.e. creating rigorous standards for the selection and preparation of Deloitte’s deans and facilitators. seize new opportunities and develop stronger. and directors felt pivotal for long-term career success – “upstream” business development skills (i. while classroom and other types of curriculum-based learning are important parts of our approach. piloted in several offices in 2009. To best support this “on the job” development. with a direct positive impact on revenue results. Coaching Simulations. Sessions have been delivered in each of the three DFX delivery methods – Classroom Facilitation. Deloitte Consulting LLP
Celebrated Gay and Lesbian Pride Month
. partner/principal/director participants work individually and in cross-functional “platoons” with highly experienced “5 Star General” senior partners/ principals. In fact. building client relationships and generating opportunities).
Another learning initiative piloted this year focused on an attribute that many partners. robust succession planning models.
Creating moments that matter Development requires two conditions – the appropriate moments and the moves to turn them into Moments that Matter for our people. as my life and career needs and aspirations changed I’ve been able to move into new roles that served me. for me. Senior Consultant. hands-on Upstream Boot Camp. The Talent Development strategy encompasses effective performance management processes. we are also cognizant that significant development occurs “on the job.
strategies. nearly 1. we implemented an organization-wide performance management platform. Far beyond the classroom To further extend development outside the classroom.-based professionals participated in global assignments and more than 300 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firm professionals came to the U.S.
• DTT Select Deployment Programs provide top professionals with the opportunity to spend up to three years on international assignments to enhance client service skills. and India. The new platform is a first step toward enhancing the overall performance management experience and process for all our people. client assignments. more than 200 professionals from across our businesses participated in the MDP. In 2009. thereby benefiting our clients. In addition to providing year-round access to goals and key metrics.
2. and resources. and the organization. By engaging in technical or operational roles. participants develop a more complete understanding of our organization’s mission. nearly 250 U.S. practice offices. we offer a wide variety of opportunities for our people to grow and excel. and develop global capability.S. For example. and other developmental opportunities in the U.To enable our people to easily assess their progress. Deloitte Performance Management for Employees (DPME). We also continue to offer opportunities for growth outside one’s immediate specialization or location through our Management Development and DTT Select Deployment Programs: • The Management Development Program (MDP) allows high-performing senior consultants through senior managers to enrich their leadership skills through challenging two-year assignments in U. our Ellen Gabriel Fellows program and CEO Think Tank connect top performers with senior leadership and allow them to play a part in shaping our collective future. DPME clearly identifies leadership and professional competencies based on each individual’s role – competencies that are consistent across our organization.4 mil
# of Learning Hours Logged in 2009
Launched Voluntary Sabbatical Program
Upgraded Learning Center to significantly enhance learning experience
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. In 2009. Our offices in India also create rich cross-cultural opportunities for colleagues in both locations.S. In 2009.700 professionals broadened their experiences through rotational programs. provide experiential learning. locations outside their home office or practice.
the focus on integrity starts in their first two months with an interactive training on our Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct – an integral part of the onboarding experience. which provides continuous availability for questions on our Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct or inquiries about how to handle daily interactions. regarding our own Ethics & Compliance program at Deloitte. While a simple litmus test may be to just “do the right thing. the Integrity Helpline. I have a network of resources available to me.Year in Review:
On the surface. The power of one To highlight the responsibility each of us has in maintaining our collective reputation. Deloitte Services LP
Supporting the campaign is our 24/7 Integrity Helpline.” there are many shades of grey. and more. use of external blogs and social networking sites. partners. Just as important as providing resources at the national level. the shoemaker’s children really have good shoes. Manager. but in today’s world a reputation can be damaged with something as simple as an offhand sound bite or a single mouse click. And.” Tim Lupfer. including my own HR manager. Director. In our latest internal ethics survey. ethics may seem straightforward enough. Deloitte Consulting LLP
Announced new Pro Bono Fellowship Program
Celebrated 10th annual IMPACT Day with 32.
“The danger in any professional services firm is that the organization may not practice what it preaches. messaging from leaders throughout the organization.” Tracy Mitchell.
“It makes me feel really good to know that if I have any concerns. in a popular ethics column available to all professionals. and new mandatory training served to underscore each individual’s professional responsibility to act ethically and meet independence and other compliance requirements. and many others. as well as reporting potential violations of our Code. we continue to encourage our people to speak with their local supervisors and colleagues about whatever’s on their mind. The integrity of Deloitte – the very bedrock from which we serve our clients – hangs in the balance. which is why we continue to place heavy emphasis on educating our talent and providing resources to assist our colleagues in making sound ethical decisions. we kicked off “The Power of One” campaign in 2009. And we reinforced this over the past year through regular emails and other communications.000 strong
. For new members of Deloitte. our trusted advisor. Dilemma. A video from our CEO. 88% of respondents said they are most likely to contact their direct supervisor with an ethical dilemma. I am proud to say that. informal mentors. hence the old saying about the shoemaker’s children having the worst shoes. Dr. and 92% indicated that their direct supervisor leads by example with respect to integrity and ethical behavior. But in our case. continues to probe grey areas such as office romance.
. we have a responsibility not only to model integrity.000 individuals. Our unwavering commitment to demonstrating professionalism and trustworthiness is vital. our leaders presented regularly on ethical issues at universities across the U. with say.000+ women partners. Deloitte LLP
Formed Deloitte Team in Training with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Celebrated 1. Dr. the cost of a taxi ride?”
We also have a responsibility to set the standard for the workforce of tomorrow by actively supporting the integration of ethics into high school curricula. including the University of Illinois’ College of Business where we’re proud to be the founding sponsor of the Center for Professional Responsibility in Business and Society. Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer. Dilemma…
Setting the standard Given the nature of our profession. In 2009.
“We’re an organization of nearly 45. in support of this goal. our partners/principals again served as judges in the annual Junior Achievement essay contest. Dilemma continued to respond to grey area questions on a wide variety of topics: • “I’m working 60 hours on my project and being told to charge only 45. For example.” Mike Zychinski.S. principals. but our reputation as a whole is a responsibility that each of us must strive to uphold.
In 2009. and directors milestone
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. And we continued to participate in the development and analysis of the annual Deloitte and Junior Achievement teen ethics survey.Dear Dr. but to promote ethical decision making well beyond the walls of Deloitte. What’s wrong with this picture?” • “What do I do if the partner on my engagement team starts to cross the line after a few drinks?” • “Is it ok for me to consolidate minimal travel expenses and include them.
With unique opportunities to participate in leagues. we started a national Deloitte team for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training®. All U. Deloitte has been named a Gold Level recipient of the American Heart Association’s Start! Fit-Friendly Companies recognition program. Deloitte Services LP
Expanded MCC rollouts to cover 80% of U.2 million in 2009 for a variety of worthwhile causes: • Team In Training – In response to the large number of Deloitte professionals interested in training for a marathon or participating in some other fitness or endurance event. running. our people are eligible for 50% coverage of fitness/wellness memberships (e. encourage teamwork. A life-changing transformation from monitoring high blood pressure to training for triathlons.Year in Review:
Health & Fitness
A 500-mile bike race in South Africa. complete endurance events. so we offer a variety of customizable options that allow our people to “find their fit.” Jed Dow.” For example. We’ll even subsidize purchases of the Wii Fit.. and fitness-related purchases up to $500 per individual each year. The award celebrates Deloitte’s leadership in promoting health and wellness for all our professionals. through our National Sports and Recreation Program. and more. we offer sponsorship of Deloitte teams interested in joining local sports leagues. we promote activity. and online fundraising tools and support to help turn
“Deloitte’s Health & Fitness program provides opportunities for all of our professionals.g.000 professionals took advantage of the program. Four solid years of everyday workouts. Additionally.S. personal fitness coaches. National Health & Fitness Leader. Through biking. These are just a few of the accomplishments our people have achieved this past year. regardless of their starting fitness level. A good investment in being well One of the most popular features we provide to keep our people physically fit and motivated to lead a healthy lifestyle is our Health & Fitness Subsidy Program. We are committed to supporting their continued success – and those outside Deloitte are taking notice. our people raised over $1. participation fees. walking. virtual training clinics. For the third year in a row. and foster networking among Deloitte personnel. Through this offering. Participants have access to training plans. For example. Firms
.S. professionals are eligible to apply and alumni and significant others are welcome to join in as well. Deloitte’s commitment to supporting the health of our professionals aligns well with our commitment to supporting important and life-saving organizations. In 2009. Each of our professionals chooses to approach health and fitness in different ways. more than 16. gyms). attend health fairs or by simply checking out some of our online exercises – our people are incorporating healthful activity into even the busiest of lives. to implement healthy lifestyle changes.
000 miles and walked over 450 miles.000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.000 for Team for Kids. we offered our professionals access to Tamiflu – one of the antiviral medications used in treating influenza.000
Bill Pelster named Chief Learning Officer
Received Points of Light Institute’s Corporate Engagement Award of Excellence
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. But our efforts don’t end with just the everyday health needs of our people. our professionals biked over 60. bone density screening.000.000 professionals participated in this year’s health fairs and more than 9. blood pressure screening. more than
Deloitte professionals took advantage of the Health & Fitness Subsidy to stay mentally and physically fit
16.400 professionals obtained flu shots. bringing our cumulative total for the last three years to more than $800. networking. and physical activities.000 in 2009. Conducted by Affiliated Physicians. In total.200 family members participated in the program.
• Team for Kids – Over 80 Deloitte participants took part in the New York City marathon to raise more than $330. To prepare for the possibility of catching flu during a severe pandemic outbreak when critical medications are in short supply. Recent occurrences. In addition to our focus on fitness.000.their accomplishments into a way to give back. we had 786 participants representing 22 offices and raised over $440. such as the spread of the H1N1 virus. Deloitte participants raised over $151. cholesterol and glucose screenings. Nearly 2. • American Heart Association Support – Through a variety of fundraising. underscored the importance of being ready for all eventualities. the program offered Deloitte professionals and their families subsidized onsite health care screenings and the option to purchase Tamiflu. a nonprofit organization battling childhood obesity.
9. and even chair massages at our health fairs. • Biking and Walking to Find a Cure for Multiple Sclerosis – Through bike tours and walks in 2009 alone. These funds help support the American Heart Association’s commitment to research and education. In 2009. we offer a number of ways to take care of mind and body such as flu shots. Deloitte professionals in over 25 offices raised nearly $320. In total. body fat analysis.600 professionals and approximately 1.
but they spurred the creation of additional personal goals. More than 2. Deloitte & Touche LLP Team Participant in Bike MS
Team Deloitte Deloitte professionals and alumni formed Team Deloitte.
“Being part of the Deloitte team helped us realize that even 15 minutes of pedaling can make a difference. and regions. We are already talking about next year’s race. This year’s “I Am Fit” Campaign Challenge generated more than 200 personal fitness stories from individuals across various levels. which included stories of a brand new marathon runner who had never run more than a mile in his life and a 41-year-old mother of two competing in her first martial arts competition. Monthly newsletters with tips on how to lead a healthy lifestyle. we are committed to providing a wide range of options to support the health and wellbeing of all our people. And. we want our people to know of the options available. professionals are encouraged to share their own tips through our national Health & Fitness blog.
One of the best motivators is for our talent to see and read about the results our colleagues achieve from their commitment to health and fitness. businesses. At the same time.500 votes were cast to select the top 10.Getting the word out Whether it’s training to reach athletic goals or providing access to basic screenings.” Todd Hjerpe. and smart nutrition. are complemented by tele-seminars on topics such as career-life fit. stress management. as well as educational information about various medical conditions. Not only did these truly inspirational stories touch hearts. just as importantly. as part of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training® to train for various endurance events including: • Nike Women’s Marathon & 1/2 Marathon • Marine Corps Marathon • University Medical Center’s El Tour de Tucson
Kicked off Future Leadership Apprenticeship Program
Hosted National Leadership Conference for highperforming college students
cycled hundreds of miles. In the course of only a couple of years. we have raised over $10. We ‘tri’ because we love it. India
Recognized again on Working Mother’s Top Companies for Multicultural Women
Invited to be focus of workplace innovation public service video
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.000. swam thousands of yards. training and competing in triathlons is not a weekend hobby but a way of life.” Ernest Hunter.“Mine is a story of one married couple’s attempt to cure cancer and stay fit. Senior Associate. My wife and I have both been personally affected by cancer. Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
“We ‘tri’ because we love it. The Leukemia and Lymphoma’s Team in Training program is our weapon against cancer and our motivation to stay fit.S.”
Kicked off “The Maverick” talent contest in U. To us. and ran more miles than we can count.
In specific. including: • Dual-income and nontraditional families make up most of the working population. we have made steady progress toward both completing the initial rollout of MCC to all our businesses and services – including our India operations – and weaving it into the fabric of our culture. • Careers are taking nonlinear paths within flattened hierarchies. • The roles and expectations of men and women are evolving. “The Shriver Report” – jointly released in October.
“The workforce of the future requires a re-envisioned workplace. they cited Deloitte as “an excellent example of an employer that has taken an aggressive leadership position in protean career approaches” with programs such as Mass Career Customization™ (MCC). As of March.” Chet Wood. 2009 by Maria Shriver and the Center for American Progress – named Deloitte as the model employer in conjunction with the report. 100% of our people – from partners. MCC was based on our observation that the one-size-fits-all “corporate ladder” was fitting fewer and fewer. Through independent research.Year in Review:
Mass Career Customization
One of the strongest external validations that we are a market leader when it comes to career-life fit came when we weren’t even looking. • Technology is multiplying the ways work can get done. resulting in a workforce that is diverse in terms of its backgrounds.
Released Talent IMO study on managing in a down economy
. 2010. It reveals the many different paths to success in our corporate lattice organization and enables us to uncover the art of the possible. These profiles record each individual’s current career-life choices and become a basis for conversations as career and life circumstances change over time. and directors to client service professionals and staff in our enabling areas – had collaborated with their managers on the development of their initial MCC profiles. and aspirations. • Variations across generations are proliferating. This is why MCC is so important. While approximately 10% may be dialing in a non-common direction at any point in time. Deloitte Tax LLP
Today’s workplace: What’s changed? A number of trends are converging. personal circumstances. One of MCC’s greatest benefits is the option value it creates. one that brings out the best in our individual talent. MCC creates customizable options that provide our people with choices about what is important to them in their work experience. CEO. • Workers are more multicultural than ever before. Customization: a part of our fabric Initially launched as a pilot program in 2005. principals. Since that time.
all our people have the comfort of knowing that there is a process and structure in place to customize their careers as priorities change. Over time, we expect that closer to 90% of our people will have dialed up or down at some point in their careers. MCC continues to steadily move the needle. Results from multiple internal and external measures show that the career-life fit of our people has trended upward from pre-MCC baselines until now. Moreover, asking our people about their experiences with MCC has confirmed the impact of certain cultural characteristics and practices on our people’s career-life fit. Among the factors with the greatest influence are: • the belief that varying MCC profiles are respected options at Deloitte • the perception that leaders support MCC • the quality of career conversations that occur • assignment of projects in line with people’s career-life choices Over the past year, we experienced a nearly 24% improvement in the number of individuals agreeing that their counselors/managers offer helpful advice about career-life fit and a 33% improvement in those agreeing that their counselors/managers effectively communicate trade-offs. In addition, those groups that participated in our first wave of rollouts in FY08 have demonstrated the longer-term sustainability of these results, showing improvements of 26% and 19%, respectively, since their pre-MCC baseline surveys.
Percentage improvement in number of individuals who agree with the following statements:
I am satisfied with my current career-life fit I am confident that my future career-life fit will work for me
My counselor/manager offers me helpful career-life fit advice
My counselor/manager describes clearly the trade-offs associated with my choices
“Recognizing that full-scale transformation takes time, we continue to demonstrate strong commitment to further enhancing MCC and improving the consistency of the MCC experience across Deloitte.” Amy Titus, National Director, Mass Career Customization, Deloitte Services LP
Launched Antiviral Medication Access Program
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Since our initial introduction of MCC, we have seen continued progress in our people’s satisfaction levels with career-life fit. Overall, satisfaction with current career-life fit improved 12%, and an overall 11% improvement was seen in our professionals’ confidence in their future career-life fit. And results further confirmed that our people are already experiencing a high degree of flexibility in how they do their jobs. More than 88% now report having flexibility around when they work, and 89% report flexibility around where they work. While we are pleased with the progress made to date and the quantifiable results achieved, we are mindful that there is still work to be done to embed MCC more deeply into our organizational culture and introduce key enhancements to support our people’s career-life choices. Leadership, starting at the top with CEO Barry Salzberg and the CEOs of each of our businesses, is committed to MCC’s success and has set goals for continued improvement, including additional gains in career-life satisfaction, improved definition and communication of career-life options, and improved quality of career counseling conversations.
Continuing to push the envelope We are proud to say that Deloitte was the first to fully acknowledge and craft a solution to the increasing misalignment between today’s workplace and the needs of its workforce. We continue to provide leadership and build external eminence in a wide variety of forums: • Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace with Today’s Nontraditional Workforce, by Cathy Benko and Anne Weisberg, continues as a Harvard Business Press best-selling book • An invitation by the United States Senate’s Working Group on Workplace Flexibility to testify on MCC and an invitation to join the National Advisory Commission on Workplace Flexibility 2010, which has been advising the Administration on these issues • The TIME magazine cover story, “We’re Getting Off the Ladder” that describes how Deloitte is using MCC as the model for how careers are built.
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• A New York Times Sunday Business Section byline article titled “Up the ladder? How dated, how linear” that highlights our shift from ladder to lattice, along with more than 100 other media mentions • Citations in a variety of best-selling business books, including Womenomics; Talent: Making People Your Competitive Advantage; and The Inclusion Paradox • An invitation to the popular Authors@Google series to discuss the book Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace with Today’s Nontraditional Workforce with thousands of downloads requested, as well as more than 40 client meetings and workshops • Numerous workshops and additional project-based work requested by our clients to address their workforceworkplace dilemma, as well as interest by dozens of our clients to better understand what we are doing and how they can adopt similar programs • More than 100 external speaking engagements completed across a broad set of audiences including talks at prominent venues such as the World Economic Forum in Davos and the Conference Board’s Work-life Conference • Recognition with the 2009 Global Diversity Innovation Award from the World Diversity Leadership Summit for our “innovation around MCC and its impact around the world“
“I’ve been here five months now and I’ve found the management to be more than helpful when I need assistance. It seems that they are very focused on making sure that everything is going well in your business life and your personal life. They really seem to care.” Kelly, Audit Senior, Deloitte & Touche LLP
And we’re continuing to push the envelope in 2010. At the urging of prominent business book publisher, Harvard Business Press, we’re now putting the finishing touches on The Corporate Lattice: Achieving High Performance in the Changing World of WorkTM, by Cathy Benko and Molly Anderson. Scheduled for a Summer 2010 release, the book delves into the shift toward a corporate lattice structure, fully exploring its contours and applying it to real-life practice. It’s another in a series of thought leadership contributions that Deloitte is making to continue to move the needle for our own organization and for the marketplace as a whole. Interested in learning more? Visit www.masscareercustomization.com or www.corporatelattice.com for more information.
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That’s why Deloitte has created the WIN and Diversity External Advisory Councils. academic. Our talent is truly at the heart of our All Inclusive efforts. functional. and our communities. minorities now serve as CEO for two out of our four businesses. and Succession
. Together. CEO. develop. Deloitte University. and advance the broadest range of talent. while vital. retain. experiences. but provide a bridge to best practices from within their respective fields. Leadership Development. Our progress is driven through three interconnected All Inclusive areas – Diversity & Inclusion. and industry leaders who work with teams of colleagues to drive our efforts. The members of these councils not only challenge our efforts. made up of respected business. the Women’s Initiative. develop. Together they work to attract. In fact. or director champion leads each of our Business Resource Groups (BRGs) – nationally sponsored communities that align with our business objectives. But we also know that internal responsibility.
“It’s no secret that diversity of thought and experience greatly increases our value proposition in the marketplace.Year in Review:
Our Inclusive Environment
This was a historic year in strengthening Deloitte’s inclusive environment. principal. these milestones and achievements stand as testament to our unrelenting commitment to celebrate and harness strength from diversity of all kinds – backgrounds. Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Maritza Montiel named Managing Partner. channel. a national partner. We exceeded the 1. And they are backed by the leaders and members of our more than 100 local chapters. and perspectives – to the benefit of our clients and ourselves. For example. and we continued to gain prestigious external recognition such as DiversityInc’s “Top 50 Companies for Diversity” and – most recently – the 2010 Catalyst Award. our future success will be determined in large part by our ability to maintain an inclusive environment – one that allows us to attract. and community leaders.” David Williams. and retain the best talent. serving to guide and shape our actions through their counsel and dedication. Strengthening our inclusive environment is a priority that cascades throughout our organization.000 women partner. principal. and director mark. is not the same as being held accountable. Demand for a recent online regional town hall – which featured updates from all three All Inclusive leaders – was so strong that additional “seats” were added well beyond the initial thousand available. Each of the three All Inclusive areas is represented by regional. And our people are eager to get involved.
More than a “nice to have. it enables us to generate high-performing teams with a combined value that’s greater than the sum of their parts. In fact. Second. and directors 50% of our business CEOs are minorities Nearly 50% of Fortune 100 companies have asked for Deloitte’s counsel on launching or improving their women’s initiatives
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93% of respondents in a recent survey of Fortune 500 companies indicate that diversity is a key business driver 1. And perhaps most importantly. it allows us to win new business by differentiating ourselves in the marketplace. First. principals. it marks us as an employer of choice in attracting new talent with the broadest variety of skills.” continuing to strengthen our inclusive environment makes good business sense. our people put inclusion at the top.000+ women are now partners. When asked to evaluate the organization. inclusion ranks higher at Deloitte than in our industry overall.
While some of our efforts concentrate on improving acquisition. and our ability to change with it will determine our ongoing success. impacting business goals. 95% of respondents said that senior management views creating a diverse workforce as a major goal. experiences.Year in Review:
Diversity & Inclusion
After 16 years. retention. Working Mother‘s Best Companies for Multicultural Women. The makeup of today’s workforce is changing. and development of the professionals in these segments will be increasingly vital to the future of our organization. Black Collegian’s Top 100 Employers of the Class of 2009. And it’s not just the workforce that is changing. and several others. In a recent Harris Interactive survey of Fortune 500 companies commissioned by Capital H Group. This shows that not only is diversity important to our clients within their own organizations. And 93% said that diversity is treated as a key business driver. However. perhaps our most important program – which provides career-building opportunities through key client assignments and career sponsorship – is a draw for both current and new talent alike. while providing them opportunities to grow. The growth of three talent segments – Asians.e. we were missing out on an opportunity to connect with talented minority candidates. And our efforts are paying off with minorities making up 34% of 2009 staff promotions and 17% of new partner and principal admissions and director promotions. labor force’s expected growth of less than 1%. skills. but that it is also a major factor in selecting the teams with whom they choose to do business. but we believe that bringing together people with varied backgrounds. Blacks. i. we’ve taken bold steps focused primarily on targeted segments.. those who attend community colleges before transferring to a four-year school. it is clear that attraction. 100% rating on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Corporate Equality Index. strategies. our diversity efforts continue to gain top recognition: DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity. Engaging top talent A key goal of Diversity & Inclusion is to improve our acquisition among target segments by widening our recruiting sources through close ties with historically Black and Hispanic colleges and universities. We’re also proud to say that 50% of our business CEO roles are now held by minorities. If this increase is compared to the U.S. We therefore launched our Community College Initiative. by previously focusing exclusively on four-year schools. and results at their organizations. and perspectives. Our clients and the marketplace as a whole are putting diversity at the forefront as well. We are proud of these honors. In response to the changing environment. and Hispanics/Latinos – is projected to significantly outpace other groups between now and 2016. A key part
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this initiative aims to reach potential candidates earlier in the process.
“Diversity is at the center of our competitive business advantage.of our early identification efforts. Select candidates receive scholarships to assist with tuition and. they’re only part of the equation. students were given a real world view of the professional services industry. but to our profession in general. To identify a broad set of qualified experienced-hire candidates. the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA). We also continue to support a number of external programs that attract new minority talent not only to Deloitte. FLAP focuses on college juniors and seniors working toward a degree in accounting or other degrees commensurate with careers at Deloitte.000 times – single month high
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. Through our new relationship with the Leadership Education and Development Program for Business (LEAD) – a national association of top U.
While our relationships with these educational institutions help us recruit a diverse group of campus hires. students tackled real business problems and gained insight into the dilemmas of major corporations. among others. upon graduation. and developing the very best talent in the marketplace responds to our clients’ demands for high performing teams with diverse perspectives that provide innovative solutions. we maintain our multi-year sponsorship and significant involvement in organizations such as the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA). which encourages talented students from diverse backgrounds to pursue careers in business – Deloitte sponsored 30 high-performing minority high school juniors to participate in a four-week intensive program at the University of Illinois. Chief Diversity Officer. retaining. Using the case study method.” John Zamora. they experienced their first glimpse inside a professional environment. corporations and graduate business schools. Our unwavering commitment to attracting. Deloitte LLP
Viewed D Street profiles more than 93. we have named partner/principal champions and invited students from these schools to participate in Deloitte’s National Leadership Conference. Using a curriculum co-developed by Deloitte. and Ascend. and Deloitte in particular. which welcomed 61 new members in 2009. an annual meeting for high-potential college students. We are also proud of the continuing success of programs such as our Future Leaders Apprenticeship Program (FLAP).
Our Diversity & Inclusion Mission Deloitte will be recognized as the leading professional services organization with diversity at all levels contributing a variety of perspectives to achieve our vision to be the standard of excellence. It paves the way to achieving our vision of becoming the standard of excellence. For each of six targeted community colleges.S. More importantly. an association of Asian professionals in finance and accounting. enter a two-year professional leadership development program as full-time employees of Deloitte.
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Enriching experiences for all Attracting minority talent is not the only piece of the puzzle. Latham. Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration • Alice Young. The many options include assistance with building and executing plans to prepare for leadership positions. We therefore offer a variety of career sponsor and coaching opportunities to assist our people in accessing the guidance they need to succeed. Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) • Richard Macedonia. President & CEO. academic. They help forge personal relationships that can be useful as their careers progress. which is achieved through our mentoring culture. Kaye Scholer LLP And a special thanks to our outgoing members who have provided us a wealth of advice and counsel throughout their terms: • Weldon H. and additional opportunities for guidance and mentoring. and being prepared to reach the next level. The members of these councils not only challenge our efforts. Senior Associate Dean. and their own careers. assignment to top client projects. National Coalition of 100 Black Women • Omar Wasow. but provide a bridge to best practices from within their respective fields: • Manny Espinoza. Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration. Sodexho. Here are some examples of our efforts: • Deloitte & Touche and Deloitte Tax managers and senior managers are assigned career sponsors who help find appropriate assignments. Co-founder. develop the skills they need to succeed.Deloitte sponsors Working Mother Multicultural Conference
An External Perspective Our Diversity External Advisory Council connects Deloitte with respected business. Career sponsor and coaching programs are offered through our businesses and enabling areas. exposure to senior leadership. BlackPlanet. Director of Faculty Recruiting. improving access to different types of assignments. Partner and Chair. research shows that finding this guidance can prove more difficult for some than for others. Corporate Diversity Counseling Group. • Ric Ramsey. building effective networks. Inc. Although Deloitte has a strong mentoring culture. Founder and Chair. These sponsorship and coaching relationships help our rising leaders navigate the pathways of Deloitte. Leadership Education and Development Program (LEAD) • David Thomas. A key ingredient to career success is having someone show an interest in one’s career. PhD. the programs aid participants in developing leadership skills. and leadership development programs. We want all of our talent to have experiences that enrich their careers. CEO. build informal networks. and gain exposure to senior leaders
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. Jackson Lewis LLP • Jewell Jackson McCabe. and community leaders. Partner and Chair. and H. Asia Pacific Practice.
Building a Diverse Future Collaborating with organizations that share our dedication to promoting an inclusive environment provides us with opportunities to attract new talent. risk-taking. In this eight-month program. participants work with an external professional coach to define goals. 16 new members joined to focus on topics such as enhancing talent acquisition strategies and attracting and retaining top minority talent. create career plans. we know that the clients our people serve and the roles they play on assignments can have a significant career impact as well. and directors receive support in building and executing a career plan that assists in preparing them for leadership positions • Deloitte FAS top senior managers are provided with exposure to executive committee members But while guidance is critical. principals.
ELDP participants have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills by serving on CEO Barry Salzberg’s Think Tank where they act as a sounding board and provide strategic guidance on key issues. Through an intensive learning curriculum. That’s why all of our functions now conduct periodic client assignment reviews to confirm that staffing on top accounts is equitable for all our people. bringing our total to more than 440 since the program’s 2005 inception. and 29 of our ELDP alumni are now partners. In 2009. was designed to help prepare high-performing minority managers and senior managers for the next stage in their careers. principals. A sample of these organizations includes: • Ascend and Women of Ascend • ALPFA and Women of ALPFA – Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting • Catalina Magazine • Corporate Voices for Working Families • Forté Foundation • GLAAD – Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation • NABA and Women of NABA – National Association of Black Accountants • NBMBAA – National Black MBA Association • NSHMBA – National Society of Hispanic MBAs • Out & Equal Workplace Advocates • The Center for Work Life Policy’s Hidden Brain Drain Task Force
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. In fact. The results? ELDP and Think Tank participants are advancing in their careers. and develop strategies to execute those plans. and building professional networks. One of the keys to a successful Deloitte career is often exposure to top client projects and the chance to build valuable relationships – with both the Deloitte leaders who manage these projects and their influential client counterparts. Emerging Leaders Development Program (ELDP). A cornerstone of Diversity & Inclusion. participants explore a variety of topics including effective development strategies. all first-year Deloitte & Touche practitioners are assigned to at least one of that entity’s largest clients during their first year. In 2009. or directors. an additional 88 professionals participated in the ELDP. For example. We also emphasize a client deployment approach that enhances career advancement opportunities for people of all backgrounds. 66% were promoted to senior manager.• Deloitte Consulting partners. successor to the Breakthrough Leadership Program (BLP).
Staples.S. Not only did we receive the 2010 Catalyst Award – an honor for innovative organizational approaches that address the recruitment. Co-Founder. Professor emeritus. Harvard Business School. and directors. Chairman and CEO. Founder. we provided 21 women Deloitte Tax P/P/Ds access to an executive coach to guide and support them as they develop senior leadership skills. Sally Ride Science. Through WINning Career Strategies and WINning New Business. This milestone is especially noteworthy when compared to the fewer than 100 women who served as P/P/Ds when we established our Women’s Initiative in 1993. Sally Ride. Today we offer customizable options fitted to each professional’s level.” concluded that organizations with the highest representation of women board directors attained. But our commitment to WIN is not about the external recognition we receive.
We cannot grow unless we attract and retain women at Deloitte. principals. Women now receive more than half of all bachelor and master degrees and account for half of the workforce. and for first time in U. and we offer a wide variety of opportunities. promotion. gender diversity is something our clients demand – clients that include an increasing proportion of women decision makers. evolving to meet ever-changing needs. and advancement of all women – but we now have more than 1. WNP Consulting. A recently-released Catalyst study. Developing our people Reaching the 1. one that is crucial to our growth. India
.S. significantly higher financial performance than those with the lowest representation of women board directors. and admission rates for participants. first American woman to fly in space • Shelly Lazarus. President. plain and simple. These respected business. development. academic. For example.
Holding Us Accountable We created the WIN External Advisory Council to hold ourselves accountable to the marketplace. LLC. • Dr. Opportunities to grow and develop were just as essential in providing the skills needed for success. government. and community leaders challenge our efforts and connect us with best practices from a wide variety of disciplines. Through Leading to WIN. on average. skill set. Chairman and CEO. This year was also noteworthy as Deloitte was cited as the nation’s model employer in conjunction with The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Changes Everything. we offered nearly 260 high-potential managers and senior managers coaching on skills needed to become future leaders. Claremont McKenna College • The Honorable Jane Swift. 73% of active Deloitte & Touche WINning New Business alumni are now partners. But more than just essential to growth.000+ P/P/D mark took much more than attracting talented. the Office Superstore
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Kicked off United Way campaign in U. diverse teams have been shown to have a positive impact on profitability. motivated women. “The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women’s Representation on Boards. or directors.000 women partners. principals. former Massachusetts governor • Myra Hart. we believe that WIN is a business imperative. and development needs. And the results? High retention. Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide • Pamela Gann. And now. Our award-winning development programs have expanded greatly over the years.Year in Review:
This was a momentous year for our Women’s Initiative (WIN).
Of the nearly 300 women who have completed the program since its inception.
One of our most popular and prestigious programs – more than 170 applications were submitted for 24 spots this year – the Ellen Gabriel Fellows program provides an opportunity for high-performing women and men senior managers to increase their understanding of our businesses. principals. there were more than 400 professional development. National Managing Principal. top-performing women are connected with mentors to help navigate their careers. This program provides high-performing women P/P/Ds with invaluable insight into their leadership capabilities. regions. In 2009. offices. and mentoring events providing a wide range of learning opportunities and enhancing our sense of community. Fifty of our Ellen Gabriel Fellows are now partners. Through periodic client assignment reviews and a careful approach to client deployment. 100 of its graduates now hold senior leadership positions including three members of the Deloitte LLP U. and play a key role in shaping WIN strategy through participation in the Women’s Initiative Manager Action Committee (WIMAC) and the Women’s Initiative Senior Manager Advisory Council (WISMAC). and prepare to take on leadership positions. we have seen how having a diverse group of women leaders inspires new thinking and approaches to business. Through our career sponsor programs. or directors. An additional group of women and men had the opportunity to sharpen their leadership skills. while strengthening client service and leadership skills. build relationships across the organization. build new skills. board of directors.Our Women’s Initiative Mission To drive marketplace growth and create a culture where the best women and men choose to be
leadership positions. opportunities to strengthen negotiation and networking skills. To increase our pipeline of women leaders.” Barbara Adachi. we confirm that all our people – women and men – are staffed equitably on top accounts and provided with the right opportunities to grow and advance in their careers. and functions continued to host a variety of WIN events. networking. which in turn helps us provide the best possible solutions to our clients’ toughest problems. Initiative for the Retention and Advancement of Women. Over the past 17 years. In 2009. We also work to provide our women with career coaching and growth opportunities through the programs that you learned about in the Diversity & Inclusion section of this report. and preparation to take on senior
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. At the local level. Fellows spent five months evaluating how to better execute and deploy the “One Deloitte” strategic initiative and developing recommendations to present to CEO Barry Salzberg.S. we developed Leading Edge in collaboration with the Simmons School of Management. While WIMAC investigated ways to connect our Generation Y talent to WIN. WISMAC looked into differences along the paths to partner/principal and director.
Ellen Gabriel Fellows
Launched “Faces of Excellence” to recognize exceptional talent
Welcomed new partners. pivotal moments throughout the journey. Through our innovative WIN Champion Program. we set out to learn how successful women CFOs navigated to the top spot. and specific skills that are essential to becoming a top leader.S. requests from our clients for advice and counsel are nothing new. conference sponsorships. relationships. Shaping our world WIN also continues to play a major role in transforming the workplace outside Deloitte. we continue to set workplace trends and build the Deloitte brand. we launched the Women as Buyers workshops to give both men and women a deeper understanding of women executives’ decision-making style. as well as a better appreciation for the value that WIN brings to our business. but on expanding our business through a better understanding of today’s changing marketplace. Through thought leadership. Since its pilot in 2007. more than 500 P/P/Ds have completed the workshop. And word is spreading. Participants report increased confidence and success in selling to women executives. and directors
.Growing our business When it comes to growth. principals. speaking engagements. For example. published articles. Only one year since launch. there are large numbers of women in the finance functions of major corporations but disproportionately few women CFOs. a WIN leader is assigned to each major client in the Northeast region. and our widely read WIN blog. we’ve consulted with 46% of the Fortune 100 companies on launching or improving their own Women’s Initiatives. WIN focuses not only on developing our people. and the strengthening of relationships with many key clients. Based on the success of Women as Buyers.” WIN teamed with Deloitte’s U. Today. the initiative has already led to a large financial services engagement. an invitation to speak at a national healthcare meeting. responsible for establishing new connections with women executives. To help close the gap. And we’re continuing to build relationships. In response to the growing number of women client decision makers. but rather an interplay of key personal traits and values. we’ve received requests to host workshops for clients and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firms across the world. CFO Program to learn how successful women navigate to the top.
When it comes to our Women’s Initiative. In fact. in a recently released study. The study concluded that there is no single path to leadership. “The Journey to CFO: Perspectives from Women Leaders.
A Standard of Excellence
We’re also proud of Deloitte’s continuing commitment to ground-breaking research.” Dr. Sally Ride Science Chair. as reflected in our relationship with the Center for Work Life Policy’s Hidden Brain Drain Task Force. Together we are exploring potential barriers to advancement experienced by Asian professionals in corporate America. Sally K.
“WIN continues to be a standard of excellence. WIN makes progress year after year. Deloitte WIN External Advisory Council
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. we will participate in a new research study that will explore the impact of career sponsors on women’s advancement. Ride President & CEO. Through innovative programs and commitment from the highest levels of the organization. And in 2010. raising the bar for the industry and the marketplace.
and the client teams on which they work. A way to make the Deloitte world feel a bit smaller. to DHogs – a group of Harley motorcycle enthusiasts – to dPosse – a community dedicated to supporting the nonprofit Posse Foundation which focuses on the success of talented youth. Deloitte Consulting LLP
Selected inaugural class of Pro Bono Fellows
. bisexual. Bisexual. grow through professional development opportunities. and provide feedback to Deloitte leadership on issues of concern. as well as in the marketplace. there are more than 100 chapters of seven nationally-sponsored Business Resource Groups (BRGs) that are closely aligned with our business objectives: • Ability First (Ability BRG) • Armed Forces BRG • Asian-American Alliance (ABRG) • Black Employee Network (BEN) • Gay. Connecting through our communities In addition to the various special interest communities and WIN committees. making connections and building a sense of community can feel like a daunting task. Principal and National GLOBE & Allies BRG Leader. One of the first professional services organizations to develop this type of scholarship. More than 60 participants worked to improve their leadership competencies. functions. many of our people belong to one or more special interest communities. gay. But not for the people of Deloitte. Transgender Employees and Allies (GLOBE & Allies BRG) • Hispanic/Latino(a) Employee Network (HNet) • International Business Resource Group (IBRG) Each BRG provides a forum for talent with similar interests and/or experiences to network with colleagues. we long ago recognized the importance of creating an inclusive environment that encourages ALL our professionals to bring their complete selves to work. these communities range from the Deloitte Parents Network. complex organization. Deloitte will endow $100. industries. communication skills.
“At Deloitte. and transgender professionals at Deloitte.” Orlan Boston. our GLOBE & Allies BRG has worked closely with Deloitte leaders. It could even be said that WIN was our first of these communities with its multitude of networking events across the country. and overall effectiveness.000 over the next five years to qualified students. participate in recruiting activities. Here are just a few of this year’s BRG highlights: • The Deloitte Endowed Scholarship at Chicago’s DePaul University: The Midwest chapter of Ability First worked to establish a new scholarship for students with disabilities at Chicago’s DePaul University College of Commerce.Year in Review:
In a large. build relationships with local communities outside Deloitte. Our talent form strong bonds with each other in many ways: through their offices. Lesbian. And in that spirit. from the chairman to line P/P/Ds. And to further expand their networks and connect with those who share similar interests. • Emotional Intelligence Coaching Workshop: The Pacific Southwest chapter of the ABRG presented a one-day workshop on how to increase emotional intelligence. to raise visibility and address the unique needs of lesbian.
Participants discussed issues slated to be addressed during the conference. for the fourth consecutive year. regardless of sexual orientation. • Brown Bag Speaker Series: In an effort to pay it forward. • GLBT Corporate Roundtable: The Pittsburgh chapter of the GLOBE & Allies BRG was the founding member of the Pittsburgh GLBT Corporate Roundtable. including networking and career development opportunities. In 2009. or other characteristics. • The Next Generation of Climate Change Policy: In anticipation of the Copenhagen United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference.I.Army green and Deloitte blue • Fireside Chats: The Houston chapter of BEN hosted a series of fireside chats giving up to 30 professionals per session the opportunity to hear from senior leaders in an informal. we will continue to strengthen our environment so that it remains truly inclusive of everyone. Principal and National ABRG Leader. We are also proud to share that. And we are especially pleased to be recognized among the Top 100 Military Friendly Employers by G. as well as externally through marketplace activities. Members have access to people at all levels in each of Deloitte’s business areas. Following this standingroom-only event. In our online History & Heritage Month Series. The fireside chats gave participants exposure to and an opportunity to seek career advice from our leaders. it’s a great forum for developing leadership skills and accelerating your career.” We are proud of the many accomplishments our organization and our communities have achieved. Jobs magazine. Deloitte Consulting LLP
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. Building on these successes. Based on the success of the first two events. the Houston chapter of HNet started a series that invites alumni of our ELDP (successor to the BLP) and Think Tank leadership development programs to share their knowledge and insights with colleagues in their office. The professional development opportunities are limitless. we look to raise the visibility and celebrate the faces of our inclusive environment at the national level. “Principles of Networking and Building Relationships” and “Selling and Client Retention – How Understanding Diversity & Inclusion Can Make a Difference on the Bottom Line. Making a difference In addition to the local events and initiatives hosted by our BRG chapters. these took on a new form with the introduction of videos and the interactive “Who am I? Mystery Series.
“Deloitte’s BRGs provide a wide array of benefits to our professionals. which ranks businesses on their lesbian. bisexual. our people share their experiences and why they see themselves at Deloitte. gay. gender identity. and transgender workplace policies and benefits. the New York chapter of the IBRG chapter hosted a panel of top UN officials and Deloitte subject matter experts.” Matt Law. The Roundtable works to assist and educate Pittsburgh area workplaces on creating an environment where all employees can reach their full personal and career potential.” planning for additional topics is already underway. Deloitte earned a 100% rating on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index. intimate setting on a variety of topics from mentorship to successful career development. the audience joined in a post-event networking session. as well as their implications for communities and businesses around the world.
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. We don’t talk. the efforts of our combined Talent Specialties team enhance the experience of all our people. While finding creative ways to sell homes and assist our professionals has always been a high priority.” Stephanie Aeder.
“We are committed to supporting our talent through competitive programs and processes. and provide them with a place to live once they were there. From rewards and recognition for a job well done to that extra motivation to stay fit in body and mind. When it matters most We are committed to reaching our people and supporting them and their families in the event of an emergency. we demonstrate who we are at Deloitte every day. While we continued to strengthen our Total Rewards and Health & Fitness offerings – which you’ll learn more about in their respective sections of this report – the challenges posed during 2009 required tremendous sensitivity and specialized skill sets. we successfully facilitated moves for more than 370 Deloitte professionals in 2009. Outbreaks of the H1N1 virus brought renewed focus to our need to quickly contact and provide information to our people. But the difficulties in the 2009 housing and financial markets posed a whole new set of challenges for our Relocation Services team and the individuals they supported. times of crisis. we provide immediate economic assistance to our people who have suffered a significant loss due to a natural disaster and have no other source of cash to begin putting their lives back together. Whether it’s in times of celebration. Through this fund. National Director. Relocations in a challenging economy Relocations have long been an important part of how we serve our clients and how we offer our professionals unique growth and development opportunities. or part of our normal cycle of activities. this past year called for even greater ingenuity. Nevertheless. the programs and resources delivered under the Talent Specialties umbrella are well-known. so we’ve put in place a communications system that allows us to contact our people and make sure they are safe. we act. while increased demands for global delivery combined with a challenging housing market tested our ability to move our people to client locations. Talent Specialties. To further support our people and make sure they quickly land on their feet.Year in Review:
Although the Talent Specialties name may be unfamiliar.
our ability to serve multinational clients. In 2009. we are significantly enhancing our global culture.“I am so thankful to Deloitte for the help we received when we experienced severe flooding in the Atlanta area – we lost our car. Manager. our people engaged in nearly 250 outbound assignments – U. and had significant damage to our basement. and the global development of our future leaders.
Embracing the unique opportunities of a global assignment
Recognized on G.S. we have expanded opportunities for our professionals and those of other Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firms to enhance their skills and gain increasingly important global experience. the financial burden was significant and Deloitte really made a difference for my family. We team across Talent and with the businesses to enable a seamless and efficient deployment strategy.S. Deloitte Services LP
Providing global opportunities for our people In alignment with the demands of today’s marketplace. and surrounding infrastructure.” Megan Vanderver. While our difficulties were only financial (we still had our safety and our home). I certainly didn’t expect Deloitte to step in and help us.S.I. Through implementation of our DTT Select Deployment Programs.-based professionals working with DTT member firms outside the U. – and we welcomed more than 300 inbound assignments – professionals from other DTT member firms working on projects within the U. Jobs magazine’s Top 100 Military Friendly Employers
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. but I couldn’t be more grateful for the assistance. The Global Mobility and Immigration team provides advisory services to our global assignees and enables movement around the globe with supporting mechanisms. needed to replace our roof. tools.
” Recognizing proven performance There are many ways to recognize our professionals’ exceptional work. and upgrading our offerings to evolve and align with the “tone” of our talent. slashed bonuses. and perspectives they bring to serve our clients.
Selected members of WIN manager and senior manager advisory councils
. opinions. focusing on investment strategies and recommended actions for different career-life stages. we offered live e-meetings – and continue to offer on-demand meetings – to help our people understand and evaluate the new option. we aim to provide a broad range of customizable solutions that allow our people to “find their fit. and cut salaries. gathering internal and marketplace feedback. And. We therefore continually evaluate our programs. It takes many forms from showing appreciation through a well-placed note. another way in which we support our professionals with options to adapt to each individual’s financial planning time horizon. Even in challenging economic times.” As part of our Roth 401(k) launch. As varied as our people are in the many backgrounds. We also saw many organizations shut down defined benefit plans this year. emotional. we launched communication and educational efforts aimed at increasing our professionals’ financial fitness. in association with Vanguard. to fostering the physical. they are equally diverse in the rewards they value and the support they need for their families and themselves. Deloitte is proud to have contributed the full 25% match to the 401(k) accounts of our people in 2009. In addition. This is the total view we take of Total Rewards – a key reason why prestigious organizations such as FORTUNE magazine have named Deloitte as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” again in 2009 (and now in 2010). we kicked off our Life Segments series.5 million – were again used to acknowledge significant accomplishments throughout the year. and financial health of all our people. While our competitors implemented pay freezes. rewarding. Through a series of online DeloitteNet articles. and supporting our talent encompasses much more than the traditional view of compensation and benefits. we awarded more than $142 million to our highest performers in 2009 as merit increases and annual incentives. Outstanding Performance and Applause Awards – a total of nearly $7. We also added a Roth 401(k) feature this year. to acknowledging performance through a well-timed Applause Award. As you’ve seen throughout many sections of this report. To complement the introduction of new financial tools. we acted upon the belief that competitive salaries and performance bonuses are foundational.Year in Review:
Recognizing. we explored topics such as “Creating an investment mix that’s right for you” and “Understanding Money Market Funds. while others withheld 401(k) matches deeming these unaffordable extras in a difficult economy.
stretch assignments on projects provide “dial up” opportunities for accelerated growth and development. In other cases.
“A Total Rewards program is only as good as it is meaningful to its recipients. • Annual prescription drug limits were eliminated for our prescription drug plans.
To make it easier for our people to exercise their benefits. We also offered High Deductible Health Plan participants the chance to enroll in a new Health Savings Account (HSA) directly through our program administrator. Total Rewards. but all dependents including adult family members who are now eligible for center-based or in-home care at subsidized rates. With this in mind.S. That’s why we continue to look for unique ways to include more choice in our offerings. That’s why we reward individuals with proven track records with additional opportunities to excel.” Maureen Vaughan. allowing more convenient and immediate access to Health Care Account funds. Deloitte Services LP
Launched Catalyst development program for U.Yes. we introduced a new Health Care Flexible Spending Account Debit Card option. • Life and accident insurance was increased to equal the amount of one’s annual base salary (with a cap of $750. National Director.000). And we continued this past year to address the evolving needs of our talent by adding new options to existing plans. For example. In 2009. enabling high performers to gain additional opportunities to expand their skillsets. we increased our Emergency Backup Dependent Care to cover not only children. financial remuneration and incentives make up an important part of how we recognize our people. providing greater opportunity for our professionals to find their fit here at Deloitte. For instance. we increased the levels of benefits coverage available for many of our plans: • Medical and dental saw the addition of free in-network annual wellness visits and up to three dental cleanings per year. extend their experiences. India senior managers
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. serving as a prestigious Ellen Gabriel Fellow or as part of the CEO Think Tank connects top performers with senior leadership and allows them to play a part in shaping our collective future. And perhaps nowhere is offering a broad range of options more critical than in addressing the everyday needs of our people. and broaden their networks. many of our professionals find themselves in the “sandwich generation” caring for aging parents while supporting their own children and the demands of a challenging career. Support for the everyday Another essential component in our panoramic view of Total Rewards is the support we provide to handle the everyday. • Long-term disability was enhanced at no cost to provide 40% of salary after the initial 26 weeks of absence. but recent research suggests that today’s workforce values growth opportunities and the ability to take on challenging new work just as much as monetary compensation.
enables participants to customize their careers by taking off one month to refresh and renew. and it struck me: ‘This is exactly where I want to be at this moment. or spend time teaching their little ones how to ride a bike. or three to six months to explore and achieve personal or professional goals outside of Deloitte. making it one of the most generous policies among our competitors. participants have already taken sabbaticals to. primary caregivers – both mothers and fathers – are now eligible for up to eight weeks of paid leave within the first year following the birth or adoption of a child.
“I took a sabbatical to go commercial fishing off the coast of Alaska with my kid brother. our people need additional flexibility or time off to adjust to the new responsibilities and dynamics of a growing family. we significantly expanded our parental leave program. As of December. Deloitte & Touche LLP
Announced new class of Ellen Gabriel Fellows
. rolled out this past June. 2009. Under the new guidelines. I remember one moment after a particularly long day’s catch when the two of us were sitting watching the sunset. vacation. we offer a number of options to “dial down. launch a support group for disabled teens and adults. our new Voluntary Sabbatical Program.Time well spent In addition to recognizing our talent for their hard work and providing challenging opportunities to grow and develop. 46 professionals had taken advantage of the Sabbatical Program. etc.” including options for extended leaves. explore the ancient wonders of Machu Picchu. For example. That’s why we offer one of the most generous paid time off policies in the business with an average of 35 total days off for holidays. And this year we added the option to carry over up to one year’s accrued days.” Chris Larson. Manager.’ It’s a moment I’ll never forget. For times when desired career-life fit calls for even greater flexibility. illness. Other times. Though only months since its rollout. we also understand that our people need time to unplug and recharge. In 2009.
rather than waiting 30 or 40 years until retirement.And then there are times when changing career-life fit needs require more than just a short-term leave or added flexibility. Audit Senior. and a reimbursement program to keep professional licenses up to date. it couldn’t have been any smoother as I basically picked up at the exact point where I left off. It definitely reinforces that Deloitte is a place where you have control over your career. David returned from China and – after finding a place to live and buying two new cars – he returned to the familiar surroundings of Deloitte. Personal Pursuits allowed him to do just that. access to networking events. Our Personal Pursuits program recognizes that some people may be compelled to opt out of the workforce altogether at points in their career and acknowledges that re-entering the workforce after a year or more away can prove difficult. Deloitte & Touche LLP. “This program let me do something I had always dreamed of doing and it allowed my wife and me to do it when we wanted to. subsidized training. participants are provided with a host of resources including assignment of a mentor and a career coach. had always had a desire to go to China to learn about his heritage.”
Selected participants for the Emerging Leaders Development Program (successor to the Breakthrough Leadership Program)
Cosponsored United Way’s Virtual Team Challenge for High Schools
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. While away. For up to five years.” said David. This August. “When I came back. David stayed in close contact through monthly touchpoints with his counselor. and took advantage of eLearning and CPA license reimbursement offered through Personal Pursuits.
Personal Pursuits in Action David Joe. after a year-long stint teaching English in a Chinese middle school along with his wife. Personal Pursuits therefore allows our people to leave Deloitte without cutting ties or losing the skills and networks they’ll need when they’re ready to re-enter the workforce.
communities of practice such as the “Go Green” initiative. more than 4. Deloitte Consulting LLP. she was able to quickly locate Dave on D Street. A Facebook-like internal networking site.000 professionals per month.100 professionals added membership in one of these BRG communities to their D Street profile. Connecting across Deloitte The need for options in where and when we work has long been a part of our culture. D Street is about fostering connections throughout our organization in two primary ways. In addition. Manager. Director.000 affiliations to business resource groups.Year in Review:
Workplace of Tomorrow
In a recent case study on social networking best practices.” And while we’re honored to receive this external recognition. First. our people have travelled to remote client locations while connecting with colleagues around the world to address our clients’ needs. the number of visitors rise to more than 15. So to further these connections and to make our large organization seem smaller.
Selected members of CEO Think Tank
. For example. needed to find an ONA specialist for a proposal she was completing. the Gartner Group named Deloitte as a “leader in the field. In 2009. and the number of active blogs grow to more than 1. When Naomi Leventhal. our Business Resource Groups (BRGs) have leveraged D Street to set up communities and establish an online presence. For years. used his profile to indicate his specialization in Organizational Network Analysis (ONA). that of connecting communities across the regions and functions and expanding the way our people participate in our organization. More than 800 visited this forum to check out advice from BearingPoint alums who had joined Deloitte previously. Dave Witkowski. such as “DHogs” – our Harley-Davidson enthusiasts. D Street also serves a second important function. creating connections to fellow members across the country.000. participants had created more than 10. One of the newest uses for D Street included the creation of an advice sharing community for our colleagues who joined our organization last May from BearingPoint. By the end of 2009. D Street acts as a personal storefront for our people – enabling them to build their personal brands through their individual D Street “profiles” and connect with teams looking for their unique skills.
Initially launched in 2008. we launched D Street. this year saw the number of professionals with personalized D Street profiles climb to more than 22. and other communities based on personal interests. Deloitte Consulting LLP.900. such as the Black Employee Network. our commitment to leveraging new technologies to continually enhance our virtual workplace is nothing short of a business imperative for Deloitte.
communities. These conferencing facilities. combined with online collaboration tools such as Live Meeting. we will be expanding this capability by investing in a number of dedicated TeleClassrooms.S. In addition. thereby reducing the need for long-distance travel. and India. But conferencing facilities weren’t the only advances this year that allowed our people to work in ways that best fit their needs. which were selected out of 450 submissions at the prestigious Enterprise 2. we now have one or more videoconference systems in nearly 80% of our offices in the U. D Street National Leader. And to fully leverage this new technology. and India. we also made a number of facilities enhancements that allow our people to connect across our organization and further expand the career-life fit options available. among other venues. we’ve expanded our PDA program to provide additional options to customize their selections – including the popular iPhone. Going forward.” Patricia Romeo. Halfway around the world without leaving home Complementing our advances on the virtual networking front. also played a key role this year in supporting our learning and development efforts. It has really transformed our organization. As a result. the business cycle was measured in days or weeks. wikis.S.
“In the recent past. these integrated TeleClassrooms will greatly expand the reach of each learning opportunity. D Street was featured in Computerworld magazine.State-of-the Art TeleClassrooms As an early adopter of enterprise social networking. and online surveys. facilities across the U. and seamlessly access their voicemails through their e-mail boxes. A new voicemail system implemented in 2009 allows professionals to forward their work number to their home or cell phones. For example.0 conference – and is slated to be highlighted in the upcoming e-Learning book Workplace Learning: Delivering Online Learning Solutions That Produce Business Results. we started introducing mobile apps. Deloitte has leveraged D Street to not only connect our people and help build their brands internally. In addition to the Gartner Group case study mentioned earlier. these will be augmented by laptop webcams to create an integrated video conferencing capability. but are physically configured to best support collaborative learning. But now we can get instant feedback from countless sources such as blogs. Deloitte Services LP
Ranked #1 on BusinessWeek’s Best Places to Intern
Thanked our talent with additional New Year’s Eve holiday
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. such as the ability to quickly access the Deloitte Client Experience while on the go. but to promote the Deloitte brand in the marketplace. which leverage our existing TeleSuite technology. presented at a number of external conferences – it was one of five topics presented. Going forward. allowing teams to connect whenever and wherever they need. And once we open the doors of Deloitte University. we rolled out nearly 80 additional videoconference systems in 2009 to increase our capacity for virtual meetings.
there is still much work to be done – another area where external survey results prove valuable. engaging us to advise them on various aspects of enhancing their Talent value proposition.In the Marketplace
Our collective hard work continued to gain notice in the marketplace. Trend analysis across a portfolio of both external and internal surveys provides invaluable feedback and informs us on opportunities to both strengthen the Deloitte experience and increase the level of consistency with which our people experience our talent proposition. But even as a recognized leader.
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. From #1 rankings by BusinessWeek as the best place to launch a career and the best place to intern to more than 160 million media impressions from Talent-related stories. Potential and existing clients alike are seeking out Deloitte’s counsel. And top talent seek out positions at Deloitte because they see us as a place where they can grow and excel. thereby furthering the distinction of our Talent reputation. More than just a source of pride. this was certainly a year to remember. these prestigious recognitions and media hits provide independent validation that we are indeed a leader in the talent marketplace.
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“Our widespread recognition from both media outlets and external evaluators shows that we continue to move in the right direction. and Succession.” Maritza Montiel. Deloitte LLP
. And it strengthens our conviction to continue making bold plays in the Talent arena such as renewing our investment in learning and development with a focus on leadership. Managing Partner. Deloitte University.
S. external survey results. we turn to an array of independent. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility in 12 communities across the U.
DiversityInc: 2009 Top 10 Companies for Global Diversity
DiversityInc: 2009 Top 10 Companies for Asian Americans
Forte Foundation: 2008 Top 5 MBA Hiring Companies
FORTUNE: 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2010
Cited as the nation’s Model Employer in conjunction with The Shriver Report
Accounting Today: 2009 Top 100 Firms
BusinessWeek: 2009 Best Places to Launch a Career
Honored – for the second time – with the Catalyst Award for innovation and measurable results in advancing women in business
BusinessWeek: 2009 Best Places to Intern
DiversityInc: 2009 Top 50 Companies for Diversity
Awarded the Alfred P.In the Marketplace
Rankings & Recognitions
To get a quick measure of where our Talent brand is in the marketplace and how we stack up against the competition.
FORTUNE: 2009 Top 100 MBA Employers
Public Accounting Report: 2008 Accounting Professors Survey Public Accounting Report: 2008 Survey of Women in Public Accounting
Received the Global Diversity Innovation Award from the World Diversity Leadership Summit for the joint submission of Mass Career Customization in the US. France.com: 2010 Top Accounting Firms to Work For
Recognized as a Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality by the Human Rights Campaign
Vault. and India
Universum: World’s Top 50 Most Attractive Employers
Inducted into Training magazine’s Top Ten Training Hall of Fame
Vault.Here are some of the most prominent rankings and recognitions over the past year.com: 2010 Top 50 Management Strategy and Consulting Firms Working Mother: 2009 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers Working Mother: 2009 20 Best Companies for Multicultural Women
Top 10 Hall of Fame
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Austin offices). Treehouse Top Company and Gold Award. United Way of Sacramento Corporate Lattice World Diversity Leadership Summit (WDLS). Jungle Campus magazine Supplier Excellence Award. Association of Fundraising Professionals Largest Corporate Charitable Contributors. Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Top 50 Gen Y Employers in Chicago. Dallas Business Journal Top Workplaces 2010.100 Best Companies for Working Mothers.In the Marketplace
Awards & Achievements
We can all take pride in the prestigious recognitions we received this year from a wide variety of leading organizations. United Way of King County Outstanding Community Support Award. Top 20 Companies for Multicultural Women. Jungle Campus magazine Survey of Women in Public Accounting. MarketWatch. DiversityInc Patriot Award. Accounting Today Catalyst Award. Brazencareerist. D/FW. Sacramento Business Journal Book of Lists Largest Corporate Philanthropists in the Bay Area. FORTUNE Top Internships. Limca Book of Records Corporate Engagement Award of Excellence. Vault. Black Collegian Top 50 Employers for Gen Y.com
.com Top Three Employer. American Society for Training & Development Top Ten Hall of Fame. Best Companies to Work For in Texas 100 Top Places to Work. FORTUNE Best Places to Work in New Jersey. Public Accounting Report
Mother-Baby Friendly Workplace Award. Northeast Ohio Top 10 Employers for Global Business Undergrads. BusinessWeek Best Firms to Work For. Public Accounting Report Largest Corporate Philanthropists. World Diversity Leadership Summit
Best Places to Work Best Companies to Work For (Houston. Points of Light Institute Largest Corporate Philanthropists. Families and Work Institute Model Employer Partner for The Shriver Report Our Inclusive Environment Community Ally Award (Atlanta GLOBE). Walsh College Community Involvement Outstanding Corporate Grant Maker. Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Top 100 Military Friendly Employers. Diversity Business Top 50 Companies for Diversity. Portland Business Journal Book of Lists Event Sponsor of the Year. Training Magazine Ranked #10 on the World’s Top 50 Most Attractive Employers list. Top 10 Companies for Asian Americans. Silicon Valley Business Journal Book of Lists Corporate Partner Award. Hines Highest number of volunteer work hours. The California Task Force on Youth and Workplace Wellness Top Ten Hall of Fame . Detroit Free Press 100 Best Companies to Work For. Boston Business Journal Corporate Citizenship Award (Milwaukee office). Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility. Top 10 Companies for Global Diversity. Catalyst Top 100 MBA Employers. Bill Street Top 25 Employers. Puget Sound Business Journal BEST Award. Detroit Free Press America’s Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities. Boston Globe Ranked #1 2009 Best Places to Launch a Career and #1 2009 Best Places to Intern. Project Homeless Connect Largest Corporate Philanthropists. Corporate Report Wisconsin Leader in Green Operations (Minneapolis office). Global Diversity Innovation Award National Alfred P. Vault. Working Mother Global Diversity Innovation Award. Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index Top 100 Women Employers.
Standards of Excellence Ranked #1 on the Top 100 Firms list. G. M&A Advisor Ranked as one of the largest firms in the 2009 Accounting Professors Survey. Puget Sound Business Journal Largest Accounting Firms. Universum Ranked #5 on the 2010 Top 50 Management and Strategy Consulting Firms list. Connect-Ability Top Employer for Inclusion. Jobs Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality. United Way of Grand Rapids Most Significant Increase. Consulting Magazine Best Places to Work in Dallas-Fort Worth. NJBiz Great Places to Work. Life Technologies A Top M&A Deal Maker of the Year in Upper Middle-Market and Professionals Services/B-to-B focus.com Ranked #3 on the 2010 Top Accounting Firms to Work For list.I.com Bean Counter Award. San Francisco Business Times Book of Lists Largest Corporate Philanthropists. Top 125 Companies. Universum World’s Top 50 Most Attractive Employers.
Catholic Charities Outstanding Community Organization award Kimberly Tiernan. New Jersey State Proclamation for her work at Deloitte and in the community. San Diego County YWCA annual Tribute to Women & Industry Award Cathy Terrigno. Silicon Valley-San Jose Business Journal Who’s Who in Silicon Valley Tony Buzzelli.
Exceptional Achievements Beth Adkins. Halliburton Hometown Hero Award Tonie Leatherberry. Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce WE Lead Carl Allegretti. Susan G. National Multiple Sclerosis Society Best Rookie NTC Team Captain Bob Duckworth. Boston Business Journal 40 Under Forty Tom Tehan. Junior Achievement Dory Award Ones to Watch Jeff Benesch. Children Affected by AIDS Foundation Ribbon of Dreams Award Deb DeHaas. Fairfield County Business Journal 40 Under Forty Aditi Taylor. Philadelphia Business Journal 40 Under Forty John Zamora. Northwestern University Distinguished Alumnus Award Tiah Reppas. Japanese Services Group Keydel/Campbell Award Trina Huelsman. National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award John McEwan. SmartBusiness Power 100 List Kevin McFarlane. Catholic Charities Outstanding Community Organization award Ken Porello. and awards received by our people. Who’s Who in Chicago Business. Society of Operations Management 20 Young Research Scholars Walter Gomez. Hyderabad Management Association HR Manager of the Year. Savoy Magazine Top 100 Blacks in Corporate America list Jack Lutz. accomplishments. Roper Business Professional of the Year Award. TSCPA Houston Chapter Young CPA of the Year Maggie Doire. Houston Business Journal 40 Under Forty Atanu Chaudhuri. San Diego County YWCA’s annual Tribute to
Women & Industry Award Angela Vargo. Here is just a sample of the many achievements. Komen for the Cure Memphis-MidSouth Affiliate Ron Olson Volunteerism Award Bill Kacal. Erik Jonsson Award for Volunteerism SV Nathan. Gerald J. Junior Achievement Apple Society Award Don Wagner. Who’s Who in Chicago Business Sharon Allen. Boston Business Journal and El Planeta 20 On the Move in the Hispanic community Frank Milano. United Way J. City Year’s Ripple of Hope Award Laura Distefano. Mayor of Union City and the Board of Commissioners Sheila Williams. Silicon Valley Business Journal 40 Under Forty John Boettiger. Volunteer Center of San Francisco & San Mateo Counties Corporate Champion Award Susan Esper. AsiaPacific HR Congress Global HR Excellence award Kay Pitman. SAP Business Objects Global Alliance Partner of the Year Angela Hernandez. Hartford Business Journal 40 Under Forty Kristen Sullivan. Harlem YMCA National Salute to Black Achievers Roger Nanney. NABA San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Diversity of the Year Award
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.Both collectively and individually we make a significant impact on the world around us. Beta Gamma Sigma International Honoree 100 Most Influential People in Corporate Governance Teresa Briggs. Harold Washington College and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Emerging Executive Pinnacle Award Jane Griffin. Ingram’s Magazine (Kansas City) 40 Under Forty Jason Wainstein. South Florida Business Journal 40 Under Forty
Robert Hill. McCombs School of Business Outstanding Corporate Champion Award Tifphani White. Rochester Business Journal 40 Under Forty Tony Torres. University of Missouri Trulaske College of Business Alumni Citation of Merit Mark Edmunds.
San Francisco Business Times Bay Area’s 100 Most Influential Women. Asian Women in Business Corporate Leadership Award Sharon Allen. REACH Foundation board member Jessica Blume. Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development Top 50 Women in Business Phebe Neely. Working Mother Magazine 30 Working Mothers of the Year Carin Giuliante. YWCA of Silicon Valley Tribute to Women Award Daphne Branch. Women’s Energy Network Dallas/Fort Worth chapter president
Community Impact Scott Angel. World Business Chicago board of directors Steve Delaney. Dallas Business Journal Top 25 Women to Watch Teresa Briggs. ALPFA Houston chapter board member Jesse Rhodes. DFW International Community Alliance board member Brian Baer. Cal Poly SLO Industry & Manufacturing advisory board member Deb DeHaas. San Jose Business Journal Woman of Influence. NABA Philadelphia Chapter immediate past president Jose Campos. ALPFA Houston chapter treasurer Donielle Smith. Crain’s NY Business Most Powerful Business Women in New York Rebecca Amoroso. Santa Clara board of fellows Melody Ayeli. AZ Magazine Woman of the Year Toni Leatherberry. Brigham Young University National Advisory Committee member Lilly Chung. City Year board member Teresa Briggs. Minneapolis/St. YWCA Tribute to Women Award Lilly Chung. INROADS Houston chapter board member Debbie Hassan. NSHMBA Houston board treasurer Reese Blair. Women’s Business Development Center board member Nancy Molina. ALPFA Houston board vice president Marcos Rodriguez. American Heart Association Go Red Campaign San Francisco Bay Area executive committee member David Couture. Paul Business Journal Women Industry Leader
Champions of Inclusion Andres Baquerizo. University of Arizona Eller College of Management board of advisors Doreen Cadieux. Profiles in Diversity Journal Women Worth Watching. Women in Corporate America Leadership Conference Woman of the Year Stacey Sandler. Long Island Business News 50 Most Influential Women on Long Island
Michelle Kerrick. Russian Ballet board member Dennis Bianucci. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society board member. InnVision board member Robert Call. Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce Tax and Regulatory Committee Jeffrey Belden. 1stACT leadership advisory council member. Ascend Greater Philadelphia Chapter executive vice president Jan Pierre Santiago. American Diabetes Association corporate fundraising chair. Girls Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Leading Woman Award Cheila Fernandez. Massachusetts Society of CPAs Women to Watch Susan Esper. Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles Myra Bradwell Award. National Council for Research on Women Making a Difference for Women Award. Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women in the World. Monte Jade board member. Alliance of Professional Women president elect Lori Ward. Business Insurance Magazine 25 Women to Watch in the Insurance Industry Cathy Benko. Business Insurance Women to Watch Krissy Davis. Business
. NABA Philadelphia Chapter Eastern Region compliance officer Alexandra Tune. San Francisco Business Times Bay Area’s 100 Most Influential Women Diane Davies. Silicon Valley Chapter of the Financial Executives Institute board member James Atwell. Southern California INROADS board member of the year Ray Gonzalez. NABA Philadelphia Chapter marketing director Erik Ringoen.Women Topping the Charts Barbara Adachi.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Lone Star Chapter director. Junior Achievement board member. Boy Scouts of America Denver Area Council board member.
National Association of Corporate Directors Silicon Valley Chapter board member Vicki Keiser. Volunteer Center of San Francisco and San Mateo Counties corporate community champion Tracey Edwards. The Seniors Place Houston board member John Kelm. American Leadership Forum. Ascent Foundation board member Brady Panatopoulos. Cradles to Crayons advisory board member Mark Silverstein. Colorado State University Global Leadership Council board member Chris Schmidt. Tech Museum of Innovation board member Dale Willman. Denver Scores board member Kathy Schwerdtfeger. Child Study Center vice-chairman and treasurer Roger Nanney. Catholic Charities. University of Colorado Denver Business School board member. San Jose Museum of Art board member Joanne Gallagher. Dwight H. California Science Center board of directors Kurtis Randall. Ronald McDonald House board member Christopher (Kit) Maxwell. Young Life in the Former Soviet Union committee member
Steven Yaroch. Denver Art Museum Design Council board member Tara Weiner. Young Leaders Council board member. Institute of Internal Auditors. Mile High United Way board member. Denver Eagle Scouts steering committee Mark Edmunds. Camp Sawmill Alumni Scholarship Endowment advisory board member. Golden Gate University board of trustees Nancy Evetts. College Summit (Denver) board member. Corporate Community Relations Council of Houston at-large board member Edwin Hormozian.Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS) board member Robert Dickinson. United Way of Greater Houston board member. Philadelphia City Science Center board member. Junior Achievement San Antonio board member Michael Shepard. March of Dimes. past secretary. Minnesota State University Alumni Foundation board member Anne Taylor. Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey treasurer Daniel Provencio. Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans Houston chapter chairman of the board Angela Hernandez. Joint Venture Silicon Valley board member. Northglenn Youth Football Association treasurer Troy Reisner. Second Harvest Food Bank board member Melinda Litherland. the Epona Project board member Gregory Spiers. Women’s Initiative Mile High United Way ambassador Mark Wehrle. Denver Metro Economic Development
Council board member. San Jose Chapter board member Eileen Fernandes. YWCA of Silicon Valley audit committee Alana Hoskin Smith. and treasurer Sandy Rothe. Idaho State Board of Accountancy Walter Porter. Project Management Institute board member Mark Jensen. Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas board member. United Way of America board of governors Michael Pallas. Austin Chapter board member Oscar Garza. Junior Achievement of Southern California vice chairman Michael Murphy. Second Mile Southeastern PA chapter board member. Ferguson Foundation chairman David Rooney. Boy Scouts of America Denver Area Council training chairman. Houston chapter board member Farah Faruqui. Advocates for Children treasurer and executive committee member Joe Maglione. United Way of Greater Houston board member Alexandra Tune. House Symphony board member. Golden Junior Baseball Association treasurer Greg Staszko. Santa Clara University accounting advisory board Marshall Mathison. University of Wisconsin Mile High Alumni Club event planning committee member
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Councilonfoundations.org Employee Benefits News Ethics Newsline Evansville Courier Fairfield County Business Journal Familiesandworkinsitute.com Business Insurance magazine Business New Mexico BusinessWeek Central Penn Business Journal Chief Learning Officer China Daily Chinese Daily News Cincinnati Enquirer CKWI-TV Columbus Business First Commercial Property News Computerworld.In the Marketplace
Deloitte is a recognized leader when it comes to today’s talent as shown by the number of media hits throughout 2009.
Accounting Age Accountingsmartpros.com Houston Business Journal Houston Chronicle HR Executive magazine HR News HR.com Fort Worth Star-Telegram Fortefoundation. Paul Business Journal
.com Ignites In Business Las Vegas Indianapolis Business Journal Inside Edge Newsletter Inside Indian Business.com Foxbusinessnews.com Forbeswoman.com Consultantnews.Illinois CPA Society Instituteforglobalethics.com Forbes.com
GlobeSt. stories about talent at Deloitte generated more than 160.org Fins. Last year.com Accountingweb.org Forth Worth Business Press FORTUNE Fortune.com International Accounting Bulletin Japan Times Jobsinthemoney.com HRWeek.000.com Miami Business Journal Midland News Milwaukee Business Journal Milwaukee Business Times Minneapolis/St.com Glasshammer.com Harrisburg Patriot News Hartford Courant Harvard Business Review HBR.com Jungle Campus Kansas City Star KCAU-TV KDSK KFUO Radio KGO-TV KHON-TV Kiplingers
KIRO Radio KLAS-TV KLBJ-TV KLKN-TV KMEG KPTH-TV KRNV-TV KTBC-TV KTIV-TV KTTC-TV KTUL-TV KTVN-TV KVVE-TV KWQC-TV KXLT-TV Lakeland Florida Register LATINA Style LEADERS magazine Lifeworks.com Louisville Courier Journal Marie Claire Marketingtrends blog Marketwatch.com Consulting Magazine Consultingnews.com Insight .org Crain’s Chicago Business Crain’s Detroit Business Crain’s NY Business Crosswalk.com Accountingtomorrow.000 impressions.com Daily Herald Dallas Business Journal Dallas Morning News Denver Business Journal Detroit Free Press Diversity Edge Diversity Executive Diversity Journal DiversityInc Earthtimes.com American Banker Arizona Republic Online Asian Reporter Associated Press Atlanta Business Chronicle Atlanta Journal Constitution Austin Business Journal Benefits News Birmingham News Bisnow on Business Boston.org Hispanicbusiness.
com Phoenix Business Journal Pinkmagazine.com Parma Sun Post PBWC.com Multicultural Marketing News Myrtle Beach News Nashville Business Journal Nashville Eastwood Neighbor News National Underwriters NBC News Meet the Press New Haven Register New York Daily News New York Law Journal Newsday NHK Japan Television Nichei Bei Times Omaho World Herald Orange County Register Oregonlive.com Workforce Management Working Mother WorkSpan WQAD-TV WRGT-TV WTHR-TV WXOW-TV WZZM-TV Yahoo.org Sing Tao Daily News Smart Business Houston Smartmoney.com Pittsburgh Tribune Review Portland Tribune Postcardsblog.com Thehuffingtonpost.com Yahoofinance.com WBAY-TV WBBR Radio WBEZ-TV WCM-TV WebCPA.com
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Talent is you. Talent is how we uphold our standard of excellence. Talent is how we collectively deliver on The Deloitte Client Experience and The Deloitte Talent Experience. Talent is us. Our marketplace success is fueled by the continual growth and development of our Talent. Our commitment to career-life fit recognizes and supports the diverse facets of our Talent as individuals. experiences. Talent provides brand distinction. Talent is about harnessing the power of Deloitte – our collective backgrounds.
. Talent is our opportunity to reach new heights and accomplish new feats together.Summary
Our high performance culture is driven by our Talent. and perspectives.
Renae Beatty. Cynthia Balbuena. Susan Alexander. Kelly Brastrom. Shaheen Begum. Jennifer Carmody. Ara Anoshiravani. Seema Bali. Sandeepti Bodapati. Chief Talent Officer – Tax. Chief Talent Officer – AERS. Linda Bohnert. Patrick Bianconi. Ayswarya Aviyoor Vasudevan. Avinash Dariel Anthony. Kristi Ailes.
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. Jennifer Bagares. Priya Borana. Vignesh Omprakash Gopuram Avanachandu. Shyam Sunder Reddy Bompalli.
Baji Koteswara Rao Boyanapalli. Robert Carter. Edda Bergman. Shweta Carvalho. Mairin Bravo. Lisa Anderson. Janet Brady. Courtney Bock. Shwetha Biranthbail. Giridhar Bolisetty. Gini Abraham. Nita Pravin Acharya. Seethal Som Banerjee. Bonnie
Barbara Adachi. Nagaraja Akurathi. Kiersten Burstiner. Alicia Carberry. Uppala Vikram Babu. Deloitte LLP Yvonne Craver. Kimberly Bilgere. Jeffrey Bennett. Johnny Adams. Sai Deepak Bathoju. Srivalli Balijepalli. Aditya Babu Anugandula. Supratik Bhattacharya. Patricia Ashley. Shaheen Begum. Allison Arnold. Chief Talent Officer. Nicole Albert. Alisa Brussel. Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP Rick Harrison. Ruby Ann Carlos. Elizabeth Besanceney. Swapna Brungi. Monica Allen. Chief Diversity Officer. Dana Briggs. Linda Burstein. Archana Shakuntala Rao Asirvadam. Anupama Bethamcharla. Rashmi Boyi. Mary Andrade. Catherine Cannell. Krystle Behrman. So here’s a special thanks to each of you who do so much for so many. Chad Carr. Valerie Baldwin. Shelby Broyles. Diane Borhani. Amrita Banerjee. Maliha Arshad. Alissa Bell. Amy Braunstein Nurnberg. Tony Hendricks Bernard. Theresa Geeta Ankarboyna. Christine Antogiovanni. Melissa Castelluccio. Deloitte Consulting LLP James Jaeger. Jane Albright. Bidhan Banerjee. Chief Talent Officer – FAS. Gary Bottfeld. Mangeshwari Reddy Alivelu. Tripurambika Beerelli. Deborah Baumann. Brinda Bhattacharjee. Suzanne Boorujy-Rummler. Falguni Kumar Behera. Wendy Berk. Uday Bodapati. Vikram Bector. Sheen Akkara. Jeffrey Bierer. Dorothy Baronda. Lila Causevic. Sripriya Brindavanam. Mark Barnaba. Jennifer Carnes. Asha Ayeetha. Anvesh Rao Adi. Amy Aezen. Brigette Margaret Carroll. Arthur. Molly Anderson. Leah Cascia. Janet Butchko. Julia Bonarrigo. Uday Barla. Jane Callahan. Debra Carlson. Ariana Adams. Barbara Banhidi. Rebecca Ashburn. Colleen Brophy. Michelle Arndts. Margaret Allain. Subi Abraham. Deloitte & Touche LLP John Zamora. Nashone Becton. Mary Lou Bruno. Managing Partner. James Barnes. Neelimanjani Achyutha. Radhika Rani Boggarapu. Saritha Bellapu. Igor Berin. Vineeta Bhadresh Baldev. Gouthami Satish Advani. Jubi Baruah. Brent Bachus. Kimberly Basmajian. Deloitte University. Purnima Bijibilla. Kalpana Anand. Michael Sailsbury Bunyan. Govindaswamy Bhaskaran. Kimberly Bachman. Elizabeth Boerner. Deloitte LLP Maritza Montiel. Initiative for the Advancement and Retention of Women. Anita Asirvadam. Kanchan Vinod Kumar Awasthi. Stephanie Buescher. Sandra Burke. Bustos. Aileen Baxter. Athipathy. Meenu Arora. Harika Rao Barmavath. Deloitte LLP Mike Preston. National Managing Principal. Tiya Banerjee. Ravikanth Bulusu. Leadership Development. Nandini Babu. Berendra Prasad Awasthi. Melissa Alridge. Nathalie Calero. Franco Brindisi. Michelle Adams. Gretchen Bladek. Elizabeth Berey. Charlotte Bennett. Sukeshini Bhimsetty. Chandra Sree Bathina. Deloitte LLP Cathy Benko. Ann Arellano. Caroline Bellizzi. Shaun Budnik. Joanne Bartucca. Chief Talent Officer – Consulting. Jyothi Alluri. Krista Beymer. Kimberly Anderson.Talent Serving Talent
Bringing the Deloitte Talent Experience to life and delivering on our commitment to our people requires the collective efforts of our entire Talent team. Swathi Ankati. Shibu Balakrishnan. Sam Amose. Manasa Rao Bandari. Stephanie Aeder. Deloitte LLP Jim Orr. Charmaine Dawn Savina Albuquerque. Santosh Akella. Milga Buehlmann. Bryan Bentlin. Alyson Boggs. Shweta Boishyo. Angela Bullock. Adam Baumstarck. Syed Ahmad.
Jill Abbott. Michael Arana. Siddharth Baishya. Amabelle Cardenas. Jennifer Becker. Maribeth Bailey. Anitha Balagopal. Marisa Branton. Carissa Bell. Saritha Bangari. Joeann Calabrese. Managing Partner. Lucyann Attner. Preyanka Badruka. Leslie Berry. and Succession. Mary Beth Bielewicz. Devon Brodhead. Partner Matters. Jennifer Butchen. Latha Bollampalli. Monique Brown Mercado. Shilpa Bheemisetty. Tarini Agarwal. Deloitte Tax LLP Rick Rayson. Nadine Alvarez. Samantha Becker. Dana Catania. Kavitha Akula. Lisa Barson. Steven Bjerke. Stephanie Blaufuss. Talent. Maria Bruno. Krishna Annam. Terry Bickham. Gabriel Anju Arora. Heather Castelbuono. Managing Partner. Kelli Bakopanos. Suresh Babu Balan. Rafath Banu. Sumit Aggarwal. Sari Bodmann. Dehfaf Ali. Keturah Akida.
Courtney Bort. Rehana Ahmed. Nitin Bhadur. Andrews. David Brookman. Farooq Mohammed Anantapur Shaik. Deloitte LLP
Pavan Kumar Jamalapuram. Steven Ebeling. Ravi Kiran Kalive. Lisa Guillemot. Katherine
Johnson. Monica Griggs. Amita Kasbekar. Lauren Galan. Melissa Deabrunzzo. Carla Diogo. Rhonda Douglas. Stephanie Easton. Rodrigo Iriarte. Annette Franklin. Manjusha Durbhakula. Kishor Gembali. Deborah Hayden. Shafeeq Khadri.
Amanda Esposito. Deborah Johnson. Kelly Keeler. Nancy Hunt. Michelle Cusick. Chandrakala Kawle. Anne Dahlgren. Eric Dingler. Cheryl Khan. Laura Cockrell. Susan Johnson. Christopher Jenkins. Sheila Gaarder. Katherine T Deane. Carrie Crockett. Kiran Kumar Kaleru. Pramila Karan. David Cohen. Jane Gay. Megan Flad. Christina Kiernan.
Jessica Colmerauer. Rajwinder Kaur. Erika Bogar King. Mary Ellen Ciafardini. Rohini Kaveti. Satyajeet Dubey. Rani Chittaranjan Das. Meredith Ketter. Khalen Gloeckner. Lorien Colleran. Dana Dovel.
Firoz Fidai. James Elwood. Karen Feeney. Lydia Govada. Harikrishnan Chandran Joghee. Bruce Inghram. Tamseel Amina Husaini. Soumya Hegde. Marcia Haugstad. Sri Prakash Kamble. David Grant. Elaine Foss. Christine Kenworthy. Stephanie Freeman. Shashi Rekha Chinthapatla. Vinod Chandramouli. Katherine Kelley. Ellen Jackson. Barbara Creagh. Mary Ann Joseph. Shilpa Ennala. Madhavi Chalamalasetti. Nora Gutierrez. Katherine Curtis. Natalie Crawford. Donna Comerford. Douglas Hoving. Monali Deepak Gade. Mohit Kakkar. Sarah D’Anna. Ellen Defendis. Anna Dempsey. Smitha Rachel Jacob. Soung Kim. Peter Demartin. Audrey Etheredge. Gerald Dow. Raymond Jannson. Kimberly Fine. Swetha Kaparthi. Deborah Dacres-Laing. Trace-Ann Green. Marcia Guevara. Bhargavi Gorthy. Sudha Duruvasula. Pandu Ranga Kumar Kandikonda. Bryony Frame. Bernard Anthony Dmonte. Tamara Hernke. Theodore Joyce. Deneen Gannuscio. Kathryn Dentinger. Allison Gier. Megan Florio. Jennifer Giacomini. Sandra Hughes. Karen Keezel. Molly Donnellon. Nana Gyesie. Julie Drengberg. Kristin Jureczki. Sharon Daniel. Joy Foley. Amy Gleisner. Agnieszka Czekajewski. Mark Curtis. Fanny Drimonis. Rachel Kalangi. Shannon Hennessy. Vikas Gupta. Marie Cumbest. Lizelle Felicia D’Souza. Tracy Hollingsworth. Courtney Hall. Sakeena Khatoon. Saiprema Dubagunta. Marybeth Dulle. Mark Hoffmeyer. Nicholas Gillies. Gina Foody. Siva Rama Prasad Kadiyala. Venkata Santosh Kumar Duvvuri. Chaitanya Krishna Chintaluri. Lakshmi Padmaja Chilukuri. Bhasker Rao Chiluka. Upasna Kapoor. Saveena Marina Dlima. Lee Fazzi. Daniel Centracchio. Melissa Junk. Deepak Gupta. Amaravathi Dudala. Michael Gardere. John Donato. Katherine Johnson. Kathryn Hall. Christine Forrester. Bilquis Fatima. Sharon Kay. Pradeep Chennam. Ron Cooper.
Kilambi Divya. Michael Conaghan. William Hassain. Adriana D’Arco. Cathy Craven Miller. Yvette Honaker. Chandana Dhandu. Deeksha Khanna. Robert Harman. Suman Babu Dhulipalla. Michael Fishkin. Venkata Ratnam Sanjay Ganti. Alexandra Davis. Marianne Kaczmarczyk. Nicole Holliman. Neha Jain. Danielle Gronefeld. Nandu Kumar Kanaganti. Gaurav Khandelwal. Shelley Jogunoori. Katherine Garren. Douglas Gee. Anna Johnson. Mohammed Khan. Rebecca Horton. Sowjanya Kesapragada. Jennifer Horsley. Danielle Hundley. Maria Kichler. Naveen Chandra Chilla. Pavan Kumar Ghosh. Mary Giannini. Jodie Cottrell. Monica Figlewski. Anand Khanna. Chandra Sekhar Erra. Mary Funkhouser. Michele Defazio. Angela Cherry. Ladonna Jenkins. Aretha Chatman. Phyllis Kapelus. Kulbir Singh Gandhi. Leslie Griswold. Jacqueline Fountain. Kelly Connelly. Audra Falk. Pavan Kumar Challa. Holly Elsasser. Teresa Freeman. Debra Faulkner. Carolyn D’Amico. James Davis. Emmie Hughes. Erin Cunningham. Jenny Cones. Deborah Horton. Ashley Goodall. Allison Deyenno. Kevin Garrett. Mary Connolly. Peter Hadley. Bonnie Hinrichs. Laura Decker.
Tonya Corley. Phyllis Fearncombe. Caroline Clements. Megan Harris. Sally Drohan. Lori Kamauf. Raghavendra Prasad Ganesna. Julie Geiger. Meredith Dallas. Elizabeth Finer. Pavan Kalakanti. Shivani Jerath. Gina Giannitelli. Robin Dodge. Shanti K C. Staceyann Cloutier. Archana Kapoor. Kathryn Hood. John Davis. Kalyan Chakravarthy. Michele Johnson. Srinivasulu Gandam. Jyothi Chennamadhava. Manisha Jadhav. Sai Shyam Sunder Kesavan. Billy Johnson. Scott Couchman. Therese Collins. Viswanatha Syam Prasad Devarakonda. Diana Gutman. Kimberly Keller. Heather Hadfield. Christopher Hinkle. Roxanne Kaur. Elaine Cudney. Matthew Hilleary. Susan Donatelli. Dinakar Conjeevaram. Leah Dagher. Srilatha Gambhir. Lakshmi Jandhyala. Alicia Hanna. Terrence Hackett. Melissa Goldkopf. Shivani Goud. Varija Guntiwar. Wendy Gayda. Emily Demich. Victoria Ellis. Jana Cohen. Sandra Hambalek. Colby Harpool. Johnny Haines. Anshu Chaudhari. Sandra Francis. Amy Daly. Alberta Cummings. Denise Dyni. Rajesh Ganti. Lavanya Chalasani. Jean Darlington. Angela Cottrell. Haritha Deepthi Chandaluru. Khushal Das Khajuria. Angela Goss. Hyder Ali Khan. Uyen Hoang-Vu. Arjun Jayaraman. Parikshith Reddy Kaithi. Barsha Dutta. Uttam Devkanth Ellandula. Krishnaveni Guda. Lisa Hogan. Susan Habermann. Wayne Harrison. Subba Rao Gonella. Kevin Ellerbrock. Carlos Gomez. Mary Houghton. Cathleen Fullan. Lyndor Jackson. Anjanette Haynes. Valerie Dexter. Anand Kailas. Kimberly Ellis. Nateesh
Goel. Lisa Chartier. Sanjay Kumar Duhoon. Maria Garcia Vilorio. Carie Glazer-Casey. Jacqueline Halusek. Craig Gill. Jennifer Dicesare. Hema Leena Errampally. Christine Chaguaceda. Cindy Flanagan. Madhuri Chanuvala. Tanya Juskalian. Megan Gayle. Julia Griffith. Tom Dekar. Michael Cowan. Leanna Kemble. Christopher Hanusek. Andrea Holmes. Maria Gonzalez. Roberta Chew. Siddhartha Dev Edla. Shailendra Gupta. Laura Cerria. Linda Diaz. Haritha Chintagunta. Jacintha Mary John. Patricia Deanda. Kathleen Gabbart. Marsha Helm. Dawn John. Elizabeth Covino. Alyssa Holcomb-White. Evan Hochberg. Susan Crifo. Jagan Mohan Gangiredla. Debra Ann Cortez. Ana Maria Clarke. Evan Davidson. Geri Gonzalez. Steven Gabriel. Clare Chami. Danielle Gold. Dirk Glaubke. Michael Johnson. Christine James. Rachel Gordon. Joanne Fink. Karina Khadaran. Monica Jones. Melissa Ehlert. Walter Gavula. Neethi Susan Gandham. Beverly Jacobson. Lisa Hunt. Roy Garde. Sloane Falcione. Dawn Hilbrich. John Doerge. Sarah Gretczko. Shirley Hundley. Mark Day. Alaina Kelly. Elizabeth Grinnell Jones. Amy Christensen. Hanumanth Indirala. Denise Gordon. Harish Inturu. Neil Ernest D’Souza. Michelle Fox. Caroline Grady. Fran James. Martha Dirksen. Anitha Reddy Jaddu. Kailash Kadiravan. Gina Dektor. Donna Donnelly. Mani Maheshwari Katnala. Courtney Edde. Kanchan Chaturvedi. Susan Gawley. Angelia Floyd. Peter Cross. Heather Jossem. Joel Joseph Kalengi. Sheela Dalal. Janelle Donaldson. Elizabeth Fingleton. Jana Hirn. Vera Gregory. Dana Henry. Meghan Kelly. Demetra Dyer. Elise Geske. Rachel Goldstein. Tiffany Drake. Honora Heavey. Kathleen Fitzgerald. Vicky Chang. Kathleen Factor. Julie Jones. Jennifer Gardner. Jennifer Johnson. Robin Kaufman. Carli Hyatt. Eliza Kang-Barron. Ananya Ghosh. Shiva Kumar Keshavan. Andrea Hampton. Joanne Delia. Anna Chan. Tanuja Cherukupalli. Hana Irie. Peter Dardzinski. Sally Fulkert. Whitney Hanlon. Nicole Culotta.
Michelle Ivey. Kara Halvorsen. Sukumar Reddy Challa. Kristina Chernick. Nhu Fabros. Jennifer Eimer. Mohammed Rafi Khan. Shiva Prasad Kamini. Anish Kumar Gupta. Aravinda Krishnamurthy Dahiya. Melissa Gottlieb Ackerman. Melinda Dickmyer. Natalie Cooper. Aakanksha Khosla. Lori Jansma. Arun Gowtham. Radha Krishna Raju Jagadabhi. Neha Desai. Rajesh
Gatla. Satyanarayana Ravikanth Kattula. Rachel Davis. Julieth Chambers-Osman. Melissa Dugas. Karen Doherty. Emily Jett. Archana Kamrah. Erica Greiss. Kathryn Coates. Angela Colten.Chandrakanth Celamkoti. Vamsi Mohan Gotam. Barbara Ellis. Srishti Gupta. Vardhan Amit Harsh. Ozma Khan. Erin Johnson. Kathleen Hoyng. Shenequa
Honablew. Alberto Flores. Taimyra Correa. Karen Eber. Jessica Gallo. Jennifer Eichenberger. Melinda Haffey. Diana Kennedy. Catherine Keracik. Prabhjot Khandooja. Dewann Courville. Jessica Katz. Laquenta Jacobs. Michael Fuchs. Sangeetha Deenadayalan. Sirisha Kamireddipalli. Karen Digenova. George Harmon. Ram Guru. Janice Glazner. Jennifer Fuller.
. Grace D’Amore. Beulah Gaddala. Jane Flowers. Mallet Easow. Tanusree Chakravorty. Melisa Cortes. Jo Chmura.
Dawn Lowery. Priyanka Nanga. Karen Mank. Peggy Mcnamara. Paul Marinaccio. Jennifer Nines. Lucille Miller. Swetha Marapaka. Kristine Mackey. Caroline Mancini. Julie Master. Sherri Price. Mujeebuddin Mohammed. Treacy Lewald. Girish Kumar Madurai. Ravi Varma Kuchampudi. Swarna Latha Mareddy. Naveen Kumar Ponnuru. Swapnil Madhekar. Jane Larson. Melissa
Mueller. Jennifer Markovic. Venkat Ramana Reddy Patlolla. Jamie Ocwieja. Sheetal Philips. Tonya Motter. Shweta Nigam. Douglas Mclaughlin. Dina Nusser.
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. Rhonda Meleski. Kathleen Lemley. Vamsi Moola. Gail Lewis-Kelley. Larin Limones. Krista Lapunzina. Fabricio Moraes. Lakshmi Soujanya Madudula. Kathleen Mccoy. Ramesh Lakavat. Beth Popler. Narendra Singh Nathawat. Kelly Mullen. Gunjan Mittal. Ranganayakalakshmi Naraharisetty. Heather Melzer. Swathichitra Nadimetla. Aaron Kleinman. Gretchen Mitchell. Jennifer Livengood. Antonina Pavlinova. Srinivasa Ramanujam Nanduri. Girish Anil Kulkarni. Nicole Mitchell. Henry Lemien. Jennifer Powell. Milita Mondol. Robin Nodsle. Ramavathi Kumari. Kim Peterson. Diane Magri. Karteek Makena. Venkat Subhash Meruga. Lauren Kondo. Hanna Mcmorrow. Roopa Kommanapally. Karen Lai. Christine Murphy. Colleen Ptak. Jackie Kirby. Sounderya Raghav. Jodi Peduzzi. Bessie Mandes Airey. Priti Kumari. Syeda Nabeela Moinuddin. Terri Milton. Saba Sadat Qureshi. Praveen Omprakash. Amy Park. Jyothi Paruchuri. Stefanie Knieriemen. Melissa Miller. Moses Pradeep Pereji. Hari Krishna Margana. Karyn Murphy. Chitralekha Pulavarthy. Nicole Palagonia. Lara Nolen. Rajesh Chirayil Muralidharan. Swati Patel. Vartika Makhija. Aileen Meyer. Christine Massa. Erin Kupsco. Heidi Marijczyn. Carla Meiner. Nicole Lee. Antony Mampilly. Vivian Moreno. Nagarajan Ragupathy. Lisa Nichols. Christine Lazzar. Kamini Pandey. Deepa Thomas Micah. Arun Kumar Raghunathan. Pranesh Levi. Ananth Raghav Mateti. Elizabeth Nguyen. Debra Rainwater. Kathleen Nyhan. Kristine Klemm. Suresh Kumar Mandapati. Tammy Livingston. Karissa Murphy. Darcy Price. Sally Molin. Medha Madhavan. Renjith Kumar. Jennifer Miu. Kathy Picard. Tracy Macchione. Anitha Nalla. Marsha Mclaughlin. Martha Meyer. Venkat Kapil Reddy Loka. Priya Martin. Theresa Perkin. Neharika Parimi. Sandra Murtagh. Tracy Mitchell. Judy Ko. Sakthivel Kothandapani. Edward Legate. Pooja Medakker. Sunil Kothwal. Matthew Percia. Nagaswathi Naralasetty. Maneesha Maslekar. Elizabeth Moran. Laura Meyer. Lakshmi Priya Marella. Paul Lemmon. Himanshu Parida. Douglas Mazanec. Rashi Prasad. Jessica Oms. Deepika Raghavan. Nicole Moffett. Lisa Maynard. Rochelle Laderberg.
Nullka. Ashley Meyer. Omkar Chandramouli Konchur. Michael Mcgowan. Prathima Pitta. Kristin Martinez. John Nigro. Barbara Mayfield. Courtney Kirk. Sreelakshmi Pitla. Sridhar Motha. Suzanne Mackiewicz. Shiridi Sai Raj Kondoji. Lavanya Madala. Shanthi Mutcherla. Lakshmi Anupama Pullabhatla. Marilyn Meyer. Janani Pratheb. Nancy Molina. Adarsh Kumar. Linda Kuo. Abel Rajeev Kolli. Venkata Naga Kota. Megan Pattie. Keerthi Chandra Penumutchu. Amy Ponto. Elizabeth Lawrence. Kathryn Rado. Srikanth Krovvidi. Balamani Pedda. Sudha Latha Ponnala. Richard Michael. Preeti Pachapurkar. Virginia Lyon. Jeannine Louie. Niveditha Rao Puppala. Gautam Pandey. Jessica Liberman. Arun Kumar Pentapati. Sandeep Peter. Lisa Minei. Kailash Kumar Locharam. Kathleen Kunitz. Stacy Moore. Gajendra Menon.
Adeline Catherine Pereira. Kristen Longo. Kelli May. Gloretta Maroon. Oleta Magnan. Kristin Pantle. Suma Ramanakumar Mereti. Shelley Myer. Jennifer Plant. Michelle Mauder. Brighid Maher. Pankaj Jitendra Parikh. Patricia Pogemiller. Constance Mcree. Joan Quigley. Jennifer Park. Kajal Mohindra. Kirandeep Kaur Nagra. Frances Levine. Amita Lucas Parkhe. Sumana Paturi. Dawn Lundgren. Lisa Miller. Swathi Namburi. Alice Lerman. Betty Gnana Prabha Podapati. Naveen Periembiti. Veena Mansani. Savitha Kutty. Rakshit Kothapalli. Rebecca Mathys. Smitha Punukollu. Ramesh Nandyala. Vineel Makineni. Elizabeth Legg. Sonal Patel. Jennifer Mckirdie. Jayanthi Maddala. Lyndonjohn Pinheiro. Ilango Periapoilan. Sailaja Maradapu. Nayana Lakkaraju. Ramesh Kumar Marachi Venkata. Jessica Mohn. Spandana Pasupuleti. Salini Sankar Nellikkayil. P Rishikesh Naidu. Hima Pravalika
Lorin Niedbala. Allandro Pierre. Sivaramakrishna Nadakuduty. Muneeruddin Mohd. Corina Mcaleenan. Nancy Nonne. Geetha Krishnan. Grishma Kothari. Tiffany Mercer. Elizabeth Lamplugh. Varun Mehrotra. Cheryl Pinter-Veal. Sai Krishna Korivi. Lisa Noveck. Narmatha Pakkam Balasubramaniam. Christine Leser. Julia Kremer. Hillery Nelson. Sharon Prisco. Alia Manly. Belinda Raguindin-Hasal. Deborah Kornhaus. Chandra Shekar Pologoni. Padmaja Mushini. Ilana Meirovitch. Susan Latimer. Andre King. Mary Lee. Aruna Pandiri. Raj Kumar Mohan. Julie Lykins. Mary Mosley. Pallavi Raj Pathi. Jayesh Ladwa. Padmaja Mamiddi. Rani Marda. Misty Lewis. Manisha Kothari. Deepthi Medicherla. Katelyn Pniak. Alaka Nanda. Revecca Manavis. Susan Pino. Peggy Mceachen. Saikumar Murugan. Michelle Mcgregor. Jennifer Moore. Kayla Morgan. Eddie Mangahas. Patrice Loughlin. Tara Large. David Madhu. Jennifer Marquis. Pardha Maguluri. Pavan Kumar Mangu. Gurjeet Kaur Panglia. Bernadette Metrano. Tirumala Reddy Koduri. Swathi Ramesh Naidu. Prathyusha Nagaram. Michelle Pletkin. Cecilia Leblanc. Yashaswini Peyyeti. Nibedita Mukherjee. Cathy Leonard. Ellen Quint. Linus Deepak Prakasham. Katrina Livengood. Lyndy Olinger. Sathish Perumahanti. Kelly Manieri. Sunil Kumar Kuchulakanti. Jayanthi Sampath Kumar. Megan Knapp. Jennie Lee. Kelly Oakes. Terrence Mcgoldrick. Tracy Mcshane Wilson. Vinay Nagavelly. Jyothi Kodte. Lindy Laurence. Melissa Levine. Vajjha Sri Naga Mrudula. Margaret Levine. Lisa Kinsman. Valerie Mamalis.Marian King. Meredith Longo. Jane Luety. Steven Mckinley. Bryan Nance. Jyotsna Mahendra Naidu. Prakash Pothumudi. Pnina Perelmuter. Joyce Manger. Jacqueline O’Connor. Stacey Montague. Gretchen Moxcey. Annette Mattice. Danielle O’Shea. Leeanna Pochyly. Melanie Paggioli. Indu Murali. Debasis Mishra. Rajesh Masurkar. Kathryn Pisciotta. Deborah Mistina. Kimberly Kondak. Todd
Pistilli. Kiran Kumar Palli. Aruna Patibandla. Janine Peek. Sara Parsons. Siva Ratnakar Paidisetty. Ernest Oliveros. Tracy Marcelli. William Pelster. Erin Morris. Swathi Putigampu. Nicholas Mastropasqua. Sowmya Krishnan. Michelle Lai. Tracy Krause. Kevin Ludwig. Dina
Marinello. Lynn Lyons. Ogechi Onyewuotu. Sri Lakshmi Kodali. Nidhi Levesque. Praveen Kumar. Nidhi Kumaria. Brianne Petricone. Ravi Varma Pehmetcha. Michelle
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