Accenture ranked #1 on DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity
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The richness of our diversity at Accenture starts with every single one of us. And the unique voices, experiences and stories we each bring make up the powerful collective that enabled us to achieve #1 on the DiversityInc 2022 list of Top 50 Companies for Diversity!
Today, we’d like to celebrate all of us—because it’s our commitments that enabled us to reach this top spot and also to be recognized on the list for 16 consecutive years. Thank you for making inclusion, diversity and equality part of who we are and how we work at Accenture.
And while we celebrate this great honour, we know there is more work to be done. To truly level the playing field, the path forward is equity—where we will focus on each individual and provide opportunities to advance and thrive. Like everything, we will do this together: tackle the hard problems and conversations together, embrace change together and celebrate our progress together.
We also want to congratulate the other organisations being honoured. Together we are making a difference—in our companies, in our communities and in our world.
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