No. 11 | KPMG
Paul KnoppChair and CEO
“Our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts and our commitment to attract, retain and advance underrepresented talent — is at the heart of our ESG efforts. To achieve our future growth and trust ambitions, we must unlock the power of our people — developing the best and most diverse talent, providing access to meaningful opportunities and creating an environment where everyone can succeed both personally and professionally.”
Elena RichardsChief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
“Diversity, equity and inclusion are foundational to KPMG’s purpose, values and strategy. Successfully engaging in DEI will build a culture that attracts and grows the next generation of talent and inclusive leaders.”
From The Company
As of the end of FY21, women represented 40% of manager and above roles and people of color represented 30% at KPMG.
Through our partnerships with HBCUs, hiring has increased by 40% over the past school year, and we have seen an 81% increase in the number of Black/Hispanic candidates interviewed as a result of our enhanced HBCU strategy and open application process.
In FY21, over 45% of promotions to manager roles were filled by women and over 30% were filled by people of color.
On average, KPMG spends more than $3,800 on training and development for each employee, including signature programs for underrepresented talent.
U.S. Headquarters: New York, NY
US Employees: 34,000
2021 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 16
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Job board for internships and campus candidates: KPMG.com/CampusCandidates
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