No. 11 | KPMG

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.

Company Facts

U.S. Headquarters: New York, NY

US Employees: 34,000

2021 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 16

 

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