Diversity is a strength to both us and our clients. We strive to create an equitable, inclusive environment where everyone can bring their whole self to work and realize their career potential.



We take a data driven approach to achieving our strategy and have set ourselves specific targets and goals to hold ourselves accountable to.


Gender parity

Increase the number of women in partnership and leadership roles to achieve 40:40:20 by 2030.

40% women

 40% men

20% flexible


Race equity

Attract, retain and progress BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) talent at all levels.

As part of our Black North commitment we have pledged to

Commit to hiring at least
5% of our student workforce from the Black community.

Set a goal of, at a minimum, 3.5% of executive, board and/or senior leadership roles based in Canada being held by Black or racialized leaders by 2025.

Ensure 3.5% of those roles are held by
Black leaders by 2030.


Indigenous inclusion

Become a certified Progressive Aboriginal Employer by 2025.


LGBTQI+ inclusion

Create a more inclusive environment for LGBTQI+ colleagues and clients.


Disability confidence

Become a disability confident organization.



Engage and re-engage with parents transitioning to and from parental leave and increase retention following leave, with a particular focus on retention following maternity leave.

Offer flexibility and a variety of ways of working to improve well-being, engagement and retention for all life-stages.