Deloitte in the Channel Islands has won the Inclusion and Belonging award in this year’s Leaders in WellBeing Awards for a second consecutive year.
Overall, the firm was shortlisted for six different categories at the annual awards.
"We were elated to have been nominated for six WellBeing awards and to have won the Inclusion and Belonging award again," said Deloitte Partner Siobhan Durcan.
"2020 has been a year like no other and Deloitte’s values, such as “take care of each other”, have underpinned our response to the pandemic. Our Black Live Matters campaign, reverse mentoring and allyship programmes are examples of initiatives we have put in place to ensure our culture of belonging and inclusion goes from strength to strength."
The Leaders in WellBeing Awards were created last year to celebrate the growing wellbeing-related activities of organisations and individuals in the Channel Islands - including corporates, entrepreneurs, health and wellbeing practitioners, government departments, schools and not-for-profit organisations.
This year, Deloitte was nominated for the Caring Employer of the Year, Healthiest Workplace, Giving Back Good Business and the Inclusion and Belonging awards. The Deloitte Wellbeing Sports & Social Team was also shortlisted for the Mental Health award and Wellbeing Practitioner - Continuous Professional Development.
Ms Durcan added: "Thank you to our fantastic wellbeing teams in both Jersey and Guernsey, who make sure everyone in the business plays a role in ensuring respect, inclusion and staff wellbeing are priorities."
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