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Manager in Consulting, Shenji Schaeppi understands the importance of flexibility and people-based values in business. He discusses his role at Deloitte.
When he’s not busy transforming businesses, managing stakeholders and mentoring colleagues, Director in Enterprise Applications, Matt Stallard is enjoying time with his family.
Senior Associate in Audit and Assurance, Stefania Popescu found her calling at Deloitte when she followed her passion for travel. Discover her experience.
When Senior Manager Cristina isn’t busy safeguarding the finances of high profile businesses, she’s enjoying her work as a successful wedding and lifestyle photographer.
Associate Director in Tax Claire Robb is always on the go. When she’s not busy advising businesses on their overseas tax obligations and helping them develop, she’s enjoying the rewards of parenthood to her 2 young children. She shares her experience with us.
Manager and working mum Rebecca has been instrumental in helping to shape her clients’ businesses. With a large team and some major responsibilities, she enjoys the flexibility to manage both work and family life. Read about her experience:
Family man, agile delivery manager and senior business analyst Michael Mifsud enjoys the flexibility to work where he needs, seamlessly integrating work and life for maximum productivity. Here he shares his experience:
A career in Audit & Assurance can take you to some exciting places. Assistant Manager Verdhan spent his first day on a new client on a plane to Boston! And has since travelled all round the world, meeting some inspiring people. He shares his experience with us.
We've reached out to number of members from the Deloitte Globe Network to find about their plans for Pride in London 2017, and to find out more about their individual stories and any tips they can share for the parade!
Laura Harvey is a Professional Standards Review (PSR) manager in the Newcastle office. Since joining the firm in 2015 she has worked on a part-time basis and comes into the office only three days a week so that she can spend more time with her children. She flexes her work hours to arrive and leave an hour earlier than standard office hours, working from 8am to 4.30pm instead of 9am to 5.30pm.