No. 16 | KPMG
“As a firm that relies on intellectual capital in an increasingly competitive environment, KPMG’s ability to attract and retain the best and brightest talent is inextricably linked to our U.S. firm strategy. We also know that a diverse and inclusive work environment is an imperative for our people to thrive.”
Elena RichardsChief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
“We believe we have a responsibility to make KPMG a place where all of our people can grow and thrive, and are committed to that vision. I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead, and I look forward to hearing many voices as we work Together, for Better.”
From The Company
KPMG’s commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) is a strategic imperative and is rooted in our vision to have a diverse workforce in which our professionals can reach their fullest potential in an inclusive work environment. We are proud once again to be recognized by DiversityInc for this commitment and our efforts.
At KPMG, we will fight racism, intolerance and inequity in our society and drive sustainable change in our firm and the communities where we live and work.
This means engaging everyone to ensure that KPMG is a place where everyone’s contributions are valued, and all can thrive. We will achieve this through Accelerate 2025 — our collective commitment to advancing DEI through bold leadership, values-driven actions and strong accountability.
Accelerate 2025 is a firm-wide commitment to understanding the lived and shared experiences that our Black talent and all underrepresented groups have in navigating the workplace. We want to identify barriers, pain points and biases that may influence and impact moments that matter for our people. Our commitment to attract, retain and advance underrepresented talent — at KPMG and in the broader profession — is activated through continuous learning, empathic conversation and inclusive leadership.
Our commitment to DEI extends to the communities where we live and work. In 2020, we donated $500,000 for the newly created KPMG U.S. Foundation’s Racial Equity Action Fund, which is dedicated to supporting community efforts addressing racial inequity and focuses on four key areas: health and welfare, education, career workforce readiness and racial justice.
U.S. Headquarters: New York, NY
Global Employees: 33,226
2020 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 12
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