KPMG has climbed four places this year on Universum’s 2018 World’s Most Attractive Employer (WMAE) Rankings for business students, up from #9 to #5. Universum’s WMAE rankings are based on country rankings from the 12 largest countries, based on GDP.
KPMG in the UK has been named in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index Top 100 for the third consecutive year. The Stonewall Top 100 recognizes achievements and progress on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) equality in the workplace, from training to colleague and community engagement. It also incorporates colleague feedback from an anonymous survey regarding experiences at work.
KPMG in Belgium firm wins 2018 Top Employer award | February 2018
2018 marks KPMG in Belgium’s third time and second consecutive year as the number one Top Employer. The Top Employer Institute conducts an annual independent survey of, this year, 64 Belgian employers. The results shed light on everything from compensation and benefits to learning and development.
KPMG in the US once again earned a spot on FORTUNE Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Ranked at 29, the firm has been named to this list for the eleventh time since 2006.
The Hong Kong government has awarded KPMG in China the Friendly Employment Award and the Outstanding Inclusive Team Award, which recognize organizations that hire people with disabilities. The winners are recognized as effectively utilizing the capabilities of workers with disabilities and thereby unleashing their potential and facilitating their development.
Business in the Community and the Times announced KPMG in the UK in the Top 50 Employers for Women for the 8th consecutive year. The unranked list celebrates UK employers that are building gender equality into their business strategy and have committed to creating inclusive workplace cultures and women's progression at work.
For the tenth consecutive year, Working Mother magazine has named KPMG in the US one of its Top 5 Best Companies for Multicultural Women. Working Mother develops the list through a careful evaluation of companies’ initiatives around recruitment, retention and advancement.
For the 11th consecutive year, KPMG has been recognized on DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity list, moving inside the top 10 in 2018. The DiversityInc list recognizes the nation's top companies for diversity and inclusion management and those that excel at hiring, retaining and promoting women, minorities, people with disabilities, LGBT+, and veterans.
KPMG in Canada was included among the rankings for Canadian employers for the eleventh consecutive year for having exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs.
KPMG in the UK was ranked as one of the Top 50 employers in the Social Mobility Employer Index 2018. The top 50 UK employers who have taken the most action to improve social mobility in the workplace are announced today in what is believed to be the world’s only Social Mobility Employer Index. The Index is the creation of the Social Mobility Foundation and is published in partnership with sponsors the City of London Corporation. It ranks the UK’s employers on the actions they are taking to ensure they are open to accessing and progressing talent from all backgrounds.
For the fourth consecutive year, KPMG has been named one of the ‘Best Firms to Work For’ by Consulting Magazine. The firms are evaluated on client engagement, firm culture, firm leadership, career development, work/life balance, compensation and benefits.
KPMG in the US has been recognized by Working Mother magazine as one of its 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers. The 2018 ranking marks the firm’s 22nd time on this prestigious list of organizations that the magazine sees as leading the way in support of working parents and caregivers.
KPMG China has been named among the “Best Companies to Work For in Asia 2018 - China” by influential human resources publication HR Asia Media. This marks the second consecutive year the China firm has received the honor.