UHY celebrates and embraces the unique characteristics of our colleagues, clients, and friends of the firm. Embodying a culture committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion begins with the desire to understand more about those that are different from us. It requires empathy, gratitude, humility, and being mindful that our human differences are what makes each of us remarkable.
We recognize that as we place a high value on allowing our colleagues to be their true selves made up of different experiences and perspectives, we create the opportunity for the most favorable outcomes in business and outside of the workplace, unlocking our true potential.
As a "People First" firm, we understand the importance of proactively hiring diverse talent and making sure we provide an environment that celebrates diversity in experience, thought, and perspective.
It’s not enough to simply “meet the requirements”, and we are establishing more strategic ways to make our colleagues feel valued and encouraged, no matter their background.
Our mission does not stop at identifying top talent within the marketplace. Providing our colleagues with the support system and the tools to succeed and enjoy a meaningful work experience is one of the main priorities of our overall strategy.
Championing diversity, equity and inclusion reaches far beyond our four walls, supporting these efforts in the communities we live and work in, is an important part of improving overall diversity.
As an active member of our community, we have always made it a priority to support our local organizations. We also recognize the value of supporting a more diverse variety of causes that adequately represent our staff and our clients.
Through UHY Cares we leverage our existing human capital and volunteer opportunities towards organizations and programs that are champions for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Utilizing scholarships, sponsorships, and both financial and nonfinancial contributions, we will partner with campaigns geared toward underrepresented communities and populations.