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January 28, 2023

Deloitte Final Big 4 Firm to Equalize Benefits for LGBT Couples

It's New Year's Day in Deloitte Land and with that comes the announcement that the firm will "offset the imputed income charged to its professionals who cover same- and opposite-sex domestic partners on their medical and/or dental plans," effective June 3rd. New Chief Inclusion Officer Deb DeHaas got the honor of being quotably quotable:

This decision is great news not just for our gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and heterosexual professionals who cover their domestic partners, but for all of Deloitte. With a small but growing number of companies who offer this benefit, Deloitte is part of an elite group of progressive employers who are leading the way in creating a cultural change.

But don't get your hopes up – it's still harder to get a job at Deloitte than to get into Penn

[via Deloitte]

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