KPMG has an ingrained culture of diversity and inclusion. Our culture is made up of our people’s attitudes and behaviours, which reflect our shared values, experiences and aspirations. Everyone has the opportunity to succeed irrespective of ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, sexual orientation or disability. Our culture influences how we interact with our colleagues, clients and the broader community. We believe our diversity of thought, backgrounds and experiences strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people and clients. It also makes KPMG a vibrant and interesting place to work.
Our CEO and all Partners are accountable for promoting diversity and inclusiveness. KPMG's Diversity and Inclusion program covers seven key areas:
KPMG recognises the importance of family with our Family Support for YOU program. This includes emergency and ad-hoc child care; pre-parental leave and return-to-work workshops; access to reference tools, parents' forums and seminars; school holiday programs; and an online support service for sourcing childcare and eldercare.
We offer up to 18 weeks paid parental leave for primary carers, including adoption and fostering, and up to 3 weeks paid leave for non-primary carers.
Getting the right balance between personal and professional life can be tough. But being fit, healthy and happy improves work performance and morale. Our fair and flexible work practices support this. Our programs and practices improve work balance, and demonstrate our commitment to support the careers of our people.
From long-standing Partners to new graduates, we embrace the strengths and perspectives of different generations. We believe each generation brings valuable insights and perspectives to the workplace and encourage collaboration of ideas.