Returning to a career at KPMG in Canada means rejoining an inclusive community that’s here to support you. Our people are insightful problem solvers, dedicated to connecting the differences that lead to stronger insights and innovation for the clients and communities we serve. ​

Rediscover a meaningful career in which your unique experiences and perspectives are recognized, celebrated, and empowered. Become a leader in your space and help contribute to the success of the firm, your team, and your career. But don’t just take our word for it; hear more from our returning Alumni community.

Why KPMG?​

Our award-winning culture has been recognized for creating an inclusive and diverse community. A few of our accomplishments include: ​

  • Canada’s Top 100 Employers in 2022​
  • Best Diversity Employer, Greenest Employer and Top Employer for Young people​
  • Great Place To Work Certified 2022​

We’re proud of the continued recognition of our culture and believe these milestone accomplishments contribute to our overall success as a firm.​

All KPMG alumni are welcome to join our LinkedIn group so that you can stay in contact with former friends and colleagues.

Not part of the Alumni Talent Network yet?​

Thrive with us

  • We know that the well-being of our people begins with them having the time they need to take care of themselves. That's why we've shared in the firm's success by providing additional paid days off at key times of the year.
  • Our remote work and travel program enables our people to work and roam in eligible global destinations.​
  • First in corporate Canada to appoint a Chief Mental Health Officer and we are proud to offer our people and their dependents a $2,000 annual allowance towards mental health services.​
  • To enable our people to thrive and take extra time-off, we provide employees with 50 personal care hours annually. ​
Meet Emily

Meet Emily

As a Senior Consultant in Risk Consulting in 2015, Emily enjoyed her work and felt good about helping her clients achieve their goals. Eight months after leaving KPMG to take an Internal Auditor position, Emily missed the flexibility to manage her own time, and the variety and complexity of consulting work. She also missed the remarkable learning experiences, and the value she provided in public practice. Building a career where she could focus on her personal wellbeing as well as her professional growth was key in her decision to return in 2016 – as was making her mark on the firm’s direction. “I find it rewarding to help people, whether talking to students at recruiting events, mentoring new hires, or just imparting some of the wisdom I’ve gained so my colleagues feel valued. It helps create a more solid team and contributes to a positive environment for everyone.”​

Meet Nick

Meet Nick

While leaving the firm’s London, Ontario Audit practice to pursue a Controller role in industry was the right move for Nick back in 2012, by 2021, after getting married and having his first child – during the pandemic – Nick’s priorities changed. A longer commute meant he didn’t get enough family time and his work-life balance suffered. When an opportunity in KPMG Enterprise came up, Nick recharged his career and, supported by a team of people he’s known for years, it felt like he hadn’t left at all. In fact, if felt like coming home.​


Meet Louis-Charles

Louis-Charles thrived as the CFO of a fitness tech start-up after leaving KPMG. He used all his experience to help run and ultimately sell the company six months later. But while the start-up culture suited him, the lack of work life balance didn’t. When he was invited back to the firm, he jumped at the opportunity to apply his entrepreneurial mindset and build a new practice from the ground up – all with the work-life balance he wanted, and the support of the firm’s culture and its extraordinary people around him, too.​

Meet Prashant​

Meet Prashant​

Visiting Toronto as a tourist during the summer of 2019, Prashant reached out to our Cybersecurity and Risk practice and from the very start, felt KPMG put people first. “After joining, I had my goals ready for my initial meeting with my performance manager, but his first question was, ‘Do you have a winter jacket?’ Caring about people has always been a driving force on the team.” Prashant took a role in industry in 2020, but, eighteen months later, returned to the firm. “I had new insights and perspectives, but I missed the KPMG team. I feel welcome and supported here.”​

Commitment to making our communities and planet better

KPMG invested US$1.5 billion to focus on the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) change agenda and committed to becoming a net-zero carbon emissions business by 2030.​

Our KPMG social impact strategy is aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) focusing our leadership, strengths and skills to communities and issues that need them most.​

Learn for a lifetime and succeed with a community of support

  • With vast opportunities to contribute to winning work, grow your skills and work with new and emerging technologies.​
  • Learn from our global network of talented business professionals and access some of the best-in-class industry knowledge.​
  • At KPMG in Canada, we have 30+ active People Networks across the country, who create a sense of belonging for our people. ​

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