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Accenture aims to achieve gender-balanced workforce by 2025

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Global professional service company will achieve by 2025 a gender-balanced workforce, with 50 per cent male and 50 per cent female employees, the company said on Wednesday.

"Diversity makes our business stronger and more innovative and, most important, it makes the world a better place. With this new goal, we are sending an important message to our people and our clients confirming our commitment to a gender-balanced workforce," said CEO Pierre Nanterme in a statement.

currently has 150,000 women, nearly 40 per cent of its global workforce. The company aims to grow its percentage of women managing directors to 25 per cent globally by 2020.

"As we work toward '50 by 25', our ultimate goal is to create a truly human environment where people have a real sense of belonging, where they can show up every day, be who they are and be their best, both professionally and personally," at Ellyn Shook, Human Resources Officer at

Approximately 80 per cent of the women in the global executive leadership programme have been promoted or have significantly expanded their areas of responsibility, the company said.

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Accenture aims to achieve gender-balanced workforce by 2025

Global professional service company Accenture will achieve by 2025 a gender-balanced workforce, with 50 per cent male and 50 per cent female employees, the company said on Wednesday.

Global professional service company will achieve by 2025 a gender-balanced workforce, with 50 per cent male and 50 per cent female employees, the company said on Wednesday.

"Diversity makes our business stronger and more innovative and, most important, it makes the world a better place. With this new goal, we are sending an important message to our people and our clients confirming our commitment to a gender-balanced workforce," said CEO Pierre Nanterme in a statement.

currently has 150,000 women, nearly 40 per cent of its global workforce. The company aims to grow its percentage of women managing directors to 25 per cent globally by 2020.

"As we work toward '50 by 25', our ultimate goal is to create a truly human environment where people have a real sense of belonging, where they can show up every day, be who they are and be their best, both professionally and personally," at Ellyn Shook, Human Resources Officer at

Approximately 80 per cent of the women in the global executive leadership programme have been promoted or have significantly expanded their areas of responsibility, the company said.

--IANS

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(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Accenture aims to achieve gender-balanced workforce by 2025

Global professional service company will achieve by 2025 a gender-balanced workforce, with 50 per cent male and 50 per cent female employees, the company said on Wednesday.

"Diversity makes our business stronger and more innovative and, most important, it makes the world a better place. With this new goal, we are sending an important message to our people and our clients confirming our commitment to a gender-balanced workforce," said CEO Pierre Nanterme in a statement.

currently has 150,000 women, nearly 40 per cent of its global workforce. The company aims to grow its percentage of women managing directors to 25 per cent globally by 2020.

"As we work toward '50 by 25', our ultimate goal is to create a truly human environment where people have a real sense of belonging, where they can show up every day, be who they are and be their best, both professionally and personally," at Ellyn Shook, Human Resources Officer at

Approximately 80 per cent of the women in the global executive leadership programme have been promoted or have significantly expanded their areas of responsibility, the company said.

--IANS

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(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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