Inclusion

Inclusion

An inclusive culture is critical for our business to thrive and grow

An inclusive culture is critical for our business to thrive and grow

Diversity of background, diversity of experience, diversity of perspective...

An inclusive culture is critical for our business to thrive and grow, which is why we’re committed to inclusive leadership right across our organisation.

We want to bring about a positive integration between work and life that not only promotes career achievement but also provides an environment that enables everyone, regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, disability, religion or sexual orientation, to feel valued for being themselves.

We also recognise the importance of enabling people to make a real choice in working style. This, we believe, removes any barriers that stand in the way of the high performance that leads to a better service for our clients.

How we do this

  • We recruit and reward based on merit, irrespective of difference and background, in a fair and consistent way:  We know that a successful business is a diverse business and are proud to be one of the government’s first ever Social Mobility Business Compact ‘champions’
  • We have a vibrant ‘intelligent working’ policy: 97 percent of flexible working applications are accepted at KPMG
  • We empower staff to have confidence and be part of the change: We provide support to our employees though our many staff networks
  • We help parents and carers balance their career with their responsibilities: We offer a wide variety of support before and after paternal leave, as well as workshops for returners and access to emergency childcare
  • We provide role models and mentors for when you need support and guidance: They include our flagship programme for mid-career women
  • We encourage our staff to celebrate their culture and be proud of who they are: Chinese New Year, International Women’s Day, London Pride, Ramadan and Black History Month are just some of the many events and occasions we mark or participate in
  • We share best practice with outside organisations: They include Race for Opportunity, Stonewall, Business Disability Forum and Working Families – many of whom have recognised our own practice as being leading edge

KPMG Networks

  • African and Caribbean Network
  • Be Mindful
  • Breathe – KPMG’s LGBT network
  • Carers Network
  • China Club
  • Christians in KPMG
  • India Club
  • Islamic Society
  • Jewish Society
  • KNOW – KPMG’s women’s network
  • Middle Eastern and North African Network
  • Parenting Network
  • WorkAbility – KPMG’s disability network

Corporate Responsibility

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Careers

KPMG is always looking to recruit talented individuals.

 
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