Consulting firm scores highly for diverse recruiting practices, flexible work and culture
MENLO PARK, Calif., June 16, 2022 – Global consulting firm Protiviti has been named for the third year to Seramount’s ‘Top 75 Companies for Executive Women’ list, recognizing its ongoing support of women’s advancement in the workplace. Protiviti achieved exceptionally high scores for its diverse recruiting practices, flexible work program and company culture.
“Diversity is one of our core values at Protiviti and we work hard to make sure that all our people feel supported, nurtured and included,” said Protiviti Executive Vice President, Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Susan Haseley. “We know that a diverse range of perspectives is key to our growth as an organization and critical for the success of our clients.”
Protiviti offers a range of employee programs designed to support women, including multiple women-focused employee network groups, gender-neutral paid parental leave and a back-up dependent care program. Protiviti employees have access to its extensive Employee Assistance Program and Protiviti leaders encourage and support a flexible work environment to help meet its peoples’ personal and professional needs. The firm also has a strong culture of mentoring and provides new hires with a network of advisors to help launch and further their careers with Protiviti.
The Top Companies for Executive Women survey evaluates companies on every aspect of women’s advancement, including succession planning, profit-and-loss roles, gender pay parity, advancement and support programs, and work-life programs.
Additionally, Protiviti Senior Consultant Madison Ong Urech has been recognized as one of Seramount’s 2022 ‘Women of Excellence’ in the Rising Star category.
In 2021, Protiviti was named to Seramount’s ‘100 Best Companies,’ ‘Best Companies for Dads’ and ‘Best Companies for Multicultural Women’ lists and to the Seramount Inclusion Index.
On June 29, Haseley will join a panel of speakers during Seramount’s virtual conference for a session titled “P&L Leadership Success” on how to ensure women have the training, experience and support needed to advance into profit-and-loss roles within their organizations.