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The pandemic made Deloitte take its employees’ mental health more seriously. In January 2021, the global consulting and accounting firm launched mental health goals for its operations in every country to meet within 18 months. Deloitte also worked with HSBC, Unilever, Salesforce, and other big employers to create a business pledge on workplace mental health; its 100 signatories have promised to develop specific plans to improve their employees’ mental well-being and to create more open workplace cultures around discussing this aspect of health. But as the pandemic slowly recedes, Deloitte is wrestling with the workplace fallout from another global crisis: In March 2022, after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine stoked public pressure on big Western companies doing business with Vladimir Putin’s regime, all of the Big Four accounting firms announced they would cut ties with their Russian operations. Deloitte, which says its withdrawal from Russia and Belarus will affect about 3,000 employees, promised to “support all impacted colleagues during this transition”; a spokesperson declined to provide specifics about what that assistance will entail. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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