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No. 16 | KPMG | DiversityInc Top 50

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WHY IT’S ON THE LIST

Going up two spots, KPMG moves up in the ranks for its third year in a row and once again earns spots on five specialty lists. The company has seen success in employing underrepresented groups in management roles.

KEY RESULTS

  • Women in Senior Management: 32.8% higher than U.S. companies overall
  • Blacks, Latinos and Asians in Total Management: 19.8% higher than U.S. companies overall
  • Women in Total Management: 4% higher than U.S. companies overall
  • Mentoring by All Managers: Four times higher than U.S. companies overall

 

DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

Lynne Doughtie
Chairman and CEO

“Diversity and inclusion remain strategic priorities for KPMG and intrinsic to who we are as an organization. A diverse, inclusive culture spurs innovation and drives our growth because it attracts and empowers top talent who inspire each other – and our clients – with richer points of view to deliver real value.”
Sue Townsen
National Managing Partner of Human Resources, Diversity and Corporate Responsibility

“Diversity and inclusion influence everything we do — how we recruit, train, and grow our people, serve clients, engage in corporate citizenship, invest, and build public trust. We are committed to building a pipeline of diverse, next-generation leaders for our organization and the broader marketplace in the years ahead.”  

COMPANY FACTS

U.S. HEADQUARTERS

New York, N.Y.

GLOBAL EMPLOYEES

174,000

Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 18

DiversityInc Lists

No. 2 Global Diversity

No. 2 LGBT Employees

No. 2 Mentoring

No. 3 Diversity Councils

No. 11 Supplier Diversity