KPMG Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what KPMG employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

KPMG has a diversity rating of 4.

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4 English questions out of 4

16 June 2020

Does there seem to be diversity at KPMG?

Pros

International firm with financial perks (vouchers, etc), opportunities to go on trainings that give certifications globally reknown, thought leadership insights available through conferences (internal videos and articles), various projects and various team members, Senior management communicate a lot about diversity and inclusivity

Cons

Burn out situations are very common, projects require very long working hours, salaries are low, some teams are led by senior leaders who don't look after their people

Advice to Management

While there has been a significant amount of comms on encouraging diversity and inclusivity from the Senior Leadership, we have barely seen the actions on the ground. It's time to walk the talk

International firm with financial perks (vouchers, etc), opportunities to go on trainings that give certifications globally reknown, thought leadership insights available through conferences (internal videos and articles), various projects and various team members, Senior management communicate a lot about diversity and inclusivity

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8 February 2021

What kind of work are different roles expected to perform at KPMG?

Pros

able to learn from watching what other accountants do

Cons

limited work diversity. They don't give you much work to experience

limited work diversity.

8 February 2021

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24 June 2019

Do employees talk about their political views at KPMG?

Pros

- Great culture - Consulting firm that treats you like a human - Engaging and variable work - Lots of support from management and peers - Great benefits (insurance, vacation, 401k, etc) - Not as stringent hierarchy (for a large corporation) - Strong mentoring program - Room for advancement for motivated individuals - Good salary - Ability to work remotely

Cons

- Longer hours depending on project (more than 40 hours) - Somewhat conservative approach to tech/solution adoption (This is not a huge problem, but I believe rather a symptom of any large organization.) - In the process of building tech resources. (Good and bad. Lots of opportunity, but less direct guidance.)

Advice to Management

I think KPMG is headed in a promising direction.

Somewhat conservative approach to tech/solution adoption (This is not a huge problem, but I believe rather a symptom of any large organization.)

24 June 2019

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18 February 2021

How is race or ethnicity talked about at KPMG?

Pros

No pros after this experience.

Cons

KPMG talks a good game of diversity and inclusion but at the end of the day they allowed a racist director to get away scott free with laying off the vast majority of the African-American employees in his department. No repercussion whatsoever. They can't be trusted!

Advice to Management

Fire racist management ASAP!

KPMG talks a good game of diversity and inclusion but at the end of the day they allowed a racist director to get away scott free with laying off the vast majority of the African

18 February 2021

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