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Deloitte heads the field

For the fourth consecutive year, Deloitte has been named on Fortune Magazine's list of the "100 Best Companies to Work For in America". The ranking, which will appear in Fortune's 8 January, 2001 issue, is the much anticipated benchmark that lists those employers who consistently raise the bar on human resources programs and corporate culture improvement for all employees. Deloitte has made the list more often than any other major professional services firm.

“We’re delighted to be recognised by Fortune once again as one of the best companies to work for in America,” said James E Copeland, Jr., CEO of Deloitte & Touche. One major initiative launched this year recognises the importance of putting the power of Deloitte & Touche’s diversity to work. “Diverse Perspectives, Common Goals” is a firm-wide educational program that focuses on the unique business advantage of bringing together different people who pool their talents in the pursuit of a common goal: serving the needs of an increasingly diverse global marketplace.

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