How are the four equally outstanding companies compared with each other on programs and initiatives that are curated to create an equal and inclusive workplace.
by LESLIE CHEN
Rose Alley, December, 2015 — It is estimated that by 2020, minorities will make up over half of the US population. Under the confluence of minority and female equality discussions throughout the nation, embracing diversity is one monumental step for firms to secure their chance among the increasingly fierce talent and sales battles. KPMG – one of the world’s biggest accountancy and consultancy conglomerates – brands itself as “Diversity + Mobility + Opportunity = KPMG” where diversity for the first time in history is leading the century-old firm’s identity.
For those of you who aspire to land a career at the four world-class accountancy & consultancy flagships, it is essential to understand two things:
1) How am I valued as a minority and/or female candidate?
2) How will I be valued and cared for as a minority and/or female employee?
Furthermore, how are the four equally outstanding companies compared with each other on programs and initiatives that are curated to create an equal and inclusive workplace – What are the differences? Where is the synergy? Knowing these helps you navigate today’s fast changing job market.
To make answering these questions easier, Rose Alley® has created an end-to-end and comparative view of Big Four’s diversity and inclusion efforts around key talent aspects ( i.e. hiring, learning & development, benefits, work flexibility and leadership). In the meantime, current Big Four employees have joined force with us to share insider intel regarding how these efforts have been influencing everyday work and life of the diverse community.
Rose Alley® is privileged to spearhead efforts in serving minority and female communities with dedicatedly curated intelligence on how their career aspiration is greeted by firms’ efforts. The goal is to bring this meaningful yet underserved dialogue onto the table and pave a way for resounding progress in the future.
Click here for a link to the Report.