BIRD IN THE HAND: Phil Digney says the time donated by Deloitte employees to Kaarakin is immensely valuable. Photo: Annaliese Frank

Corporate workers out in numbers

ABOUT 260 Deloitte employees swapped the office for the outdoors last Friday as part of the Deloitte Impact corporate volunteering day.

Deloitte director David Hansell said the day offered staff the chance to gets hands-on experience with some of the issues that small not-for-profit groups, charities and community organisations face on a daily basis.

“While we all have our own challenges, we still have good jobs and good futures, so we should be giving back to the community,” Mr Hansell said.

“It’s also a very energising team builder that allows people from different areas of the company to come together.

“We try to optimise the skills we have to assist other organisations in need.”


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