Monday February 17, 2020

Accenture reaps rewards after decade of commitment to diversity

The company has been a trailblazer in promoting an inclusive environment for its LGBT employees

2nd October, 2016
Michelle Cullen, Peter OReilly and Patricia Loughrey, all of Accenture, winner of the Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality 2016

When Accenture was announced as employer of the year at the LGBT Workplace Equality Index Awards in Dublin recently, it was the culmination of a decade’s trailblazing in the promotion of diversity.

The organisation, which employs over 2,100 in Dublin, was one of the first Irish companies to join GLEN’s diversity champions programme when it launched. This is Ireland’s first and only not-for-profit workplace programme designed to assist employers benefit from inclusion of...

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