- Headquarters Location New York, NY (United States)
- Number of Employees 10,000+
- Website https://www.deloitte.com/us/careers
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Meet a Fairygodboss at Deloitte
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, West Managing Director and National Managing Principal for the Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion Seattle, WAChristie is the West Managing Director of Consulting and the National Managing Principal for the Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion. She has spent the last 28 years in consulting, focusing on aligning business strategy with the requirements of organizational structure, talent, leadership development, and global workforce planning. Christie holds a Ph.D. and is a frequent lecturer and author on topics of corporate values, leadership, culture, and talent. She has been recognized by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the Most Influential Women in Business in 2012-2015; was recognized by Diversity Journal as a "Woman to Watch" in 2013, and was featured in Fortune Magazine's Annual 'Best Advice’ Profiles.
Meet a Fairygodboss at Deloitte
Manager, Human Capital, Deloitte Consulting LLP Chicago, ILJanaiya works on Human Capital projects within the public sector for state government clients. That is only part of the impact she makes through Deloitte. She’s active in Impact Day – Deloitte’s annual nationwide day of community service. She’s president of the organization’s Central Region Black Employee Network (BEN). She helps recruits at the University of Michigan and supports a variety of inclusion initiatives within the organization. She’s volunteered with a food bank, worked with Chicago’s underserved communities to develop job searching skills, and raised money for victims of domestic violence.
Meet a Fairygodboss at Deloitte
Lauren Boas Hayes
Senior Consultant, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory, Deloitte & Touche LLP San Francisco, CALauren Boas Hayes thinks fast. It’s not a skill she picked up while studying at Georgetown University, volunteering with a nonprofit in China, working for the US Government, or even while working at Deloitte. It’s a skill honed as a teenager hurtling down a Lake Placid track of ice at 75 mph.
You see, Lauren was a member of the US National Luge team program through high school and it impressed upon her the importance of decision-making. “Luge is about making a decision quickly, knowing that it comes with risks and rewards, and seeing that decision through,” she says.
At Deloitte, Lauren focuses on helping companies recover from data breaches. But interestingly, her degree isn’t in technology. It’s in international politics. She has studied five languages (French, Chinese, Thai, Spanish and English) and has only recently started to learn any programming languages. “One of the things that's been amazing about Deloitte is that I’m able to do this work and I don't come from a computer science background.” Lauren has found a team that enables her to apply her understanding of international relations to the complex world of cyber threat actors.
She’s found a career in cyber risk by excelling at decision-making—threat assessment, strategy, mitigation and communication. “I get to work side-by-side with somebody who's much more technical than I am. Then I assess this technical information within its global context, pair it with the business risk, and handle client interaction, sort of translating the really technical information to a language that enables a business decision.”
What Women Should Know about Working At Deloitte
Female leaders at Deloitte are changing the world of work both inside – and outside – of Deloitte. Leaders such as Cathy Engelbert, Deloitte CEO and Janet Foutty, Deloitte Consulting LLP CEO are continuing to champion the causes of women in the workplace and in our communities.
Deloitte has been recognized by Working Mother as one of the 100 best companies and as one of the best companies for multicultural women. In 2017, Deloitte U.S. earned a top 10 spot on the National Association for Female Executives top companies for executive women list. Generous family leave programs, an active women’s network, and opportunities for flexible schedules are some of the reasons why women choose Deloitte.
Programs, initiatives, groups
Sabbatical leave benefits
Yes, Deloitte offers two sabbatical programs to eligible professionals: an unpaid one-month sabbatical that can be taken for any reason; and a three- to six-month sabbatical that can be taken to pursue personal or professional growth opportunities in the areas of career development or volunteerism. While on a three- to six-month sabbatical, professionals continue to receive 40% of their pre-sabbatical base salary. The program is voluntary and offers:
· An opportunity to achieve personal and professional goals
· Time to refresh and renew to help increase effectiveness, creativity and productivity
· An acknowledgement of hard work and dedication
- Flexible working policies Flexible and virtual work arrangements are offered to meet the evolving and individual needs of eligible Deloitte professionals.
- Part-time working Yes
Overview: Parental leave policies
Deloitte professionals – from the parent celebrating the arrival of a new child, to the professional caring for a spouse or significant other, to the professional supporting aging parents – have support from Deloitte’s family leave program. Men and women alike are eligible for up to 16 weeks of fully Paid Family Leave to support a range of life events impacting them and their families.
Also under this Paid Family Leave program, mothers who give birth to a child are eligible for up to six months of paid time off when factoring in short-term disability for childbirth.
Benefits listed here are examples of benefits currently offered by Deloitte to benefits eligible employees.
- Paid maternity leave Yes, Up to 6 months
- Unpaid maternity leave Yes
- Paid paternity leave Yes, Up to 16 weeks
- Unpaid paternity leave Yes
- Adoptive paid leave Yes, Up to 16 weeks
- Short-term disability benefits Yes
Other benefits information
Deloitte professionals can participate in the LifeWorks® program which provides assistance for choosing care or services and obtaining referrals to community programs. This program also offers resources including publications on a variety of parenting, education, and aging issues.
LifeWorks® also includes:
·Lactation support – covers a professional-grade breast pump, six months of unlimited telephone counseling with a certified lactation consultant, and reimbursement of shipping expenses for expressed milk while on business travel.
·New parent program – an information new parent kit containing a variety of resources for both new mothers and new fathers, biological and adoptive.
- Lactation facilities Yes, Wellness/lactation rooms to express milk are available in many U.S.-based offices. Deloitte University’s nursing mothers program provides those at Deloitte University with resources to pump, pack, and ship expressed milk in dry ice for next-day delivery.
- Phased-in post-maternity return Yes
- Fertility benefits Yes, Through Deloitte's healthcare plan providers, infertility treatment and egg preservation with generous lifetime maximums are available. (Egg preservation provided to protect eggs in cases of health-related issues.)
Care-taking benefits information
Deloitte offers up to 16 weeks of paid time off through its Paid Family Leave program to bond with a child as a result of birth or placement for adoption and/or to care for a spouse/domestic partner, parent, child, and/or sibling with a serious health condition.
Deloitte’s Paid Time-off (PTO) program gives professionals the flexibility to manage time off in a way that works best for them. Deloitte’s PTO program gives professionals an allotment of days that encompass vacation, personal, and sick time. Actual PTO accrual will depend on the professional’s position and possibly on their years of eligible service. To provide additional flexibility, our program includes a carryover provision for unused PTO.
Disclaimer: Beneﬁts listed here are examples of beneﬁts currently oﬀered by Deloitte but any beneﬁt for which you may become eligible if employed by Deloitte will be governed by the terms and conditions of your employment and by the terms of each individual plan document. The oﬃcial plan documents (as interpreted by the plan administrator in its sole discretion) and the laws that govern each plan will be followed in determining your rights and beneﬁts under each Plan. Deloitte reserves the right to amend, modify, suspend, or terminate the plans, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice, to the extent allowed by law. This means Deloitte has the right to change plan terms (including eligibility for beneﬁts) or to discontinue any part or all of the beneﬁts described herein at any time.
- Back-up childcare Yes, Emergency backup dependent care can be used when you need to be at work and your regular child or adult/elder care is unavailable. Care is available for infants through teenage children and adult relatives of Deloitte employees, up to a maximum of 30 days per employee per fiscal year.
- Childcare subsidies Yes, The dependent care flexible spending account (DCFSA) allows participants to set aside up to $5,000 from their before-tax pay for eligible dependent care expenses.
- Elder-care benefits Yes, Emergency backup dependent care can be used when you need to be at work and your regular child or adult/elder care is unavailable. Care is available for infants through teenage children and adult relatives of Deloitte employees, up to a maximum of 30 days per employee per fiscal year.