KPMG is proud to be situated and work on Turtle Island, the home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. As an organization we encourage our people, clients and communities to review the land which they occupy in recognition and to think about the ways we can move forward in reconciliation.
KPMG in Canada is committed to creating a respectful, inclusive, and barrier-free workplace where each individual can bring their whole self to work.
A diverse workforce is key to our success and we recognize that workforce inclusion, diversity and equity strengthens our business, enriches our culture, and enables us to deepen relationships with our clients, colleagues, and communities.
KPMG's inclusion, diversity and equity goals are for the diversity of our people to reflect the diversity of the clients and communities that we work in.
We welcome all candidates to apply and hope you will choose KPMG in Canada where you are encouraged to come as you are.
Drawing strength from our diversity
Diversity in action
- One third of our people were born outside of Canada; to support integration, we provide training, tools, and supports for newcomers to Canada
- 57 percent of our senior leadership team are Women
- We appointed the first Chief Mental Health Officer in corporate Canada in 2017 and provide dedicated onboarding on Mental health and building resilience
- To support our persons with disabilities, we launched a digital accessibility portal and introduced a living aid equipment benefit
- As a global signatory to the Valuable 500, we are making a commitment to action for disability inclusion
- 114 scholarships have been provided to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students through the KPMG Indigenous Scholarship since 2012
- We provide support for gender affirmation at work, including a process for coming out at work, gender inclusive washrooms, and a $10,000 lifetime gender affirmation benefit to support transgender and non-binary team members
- Our Executive Inclusion, Diversity and Equity council is co-chaired by our CEO and led by 25+ leaders across the firm
- We're addressing anti-Black racism through education, inclusion, equity, and supporting the next generation of Black youth through scholarship and internship opportunities
- We provide ongoing education and are building a multi-year action plans for Anti-Racism, Truth and Reconciliation and Disability Inclusion
KPMG people networks
At KPMG, we have 30+ active People Networks across the country, which create a sense of belonging for our people across our priority groups and support mental health.
Our People Networks focus on:
- People with Disabilities
- Indigenous Peoples
- People Of Colour
- Black People
- Newcomers to Canada
- Mental Health
Our People Networks serve as strategic inclusion partners in advancing our Inclusion, Diversity and Equity strategy at the firm.
Learn more about why we were selected as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers.
Our Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity programs and collaborations
KPMG's Indigenous Student Awards program is administered by Indspire.
Indigenous Student Internship Program
KPMG's Indigenous Student Internship Program allows self-identified Indigenous students to access cultural events, mentorship, and more.
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)
KPMG collaborates with the CCAB through programs, tools, training, and events to strengthen Aboriginal business communities.
ICON Talent Partners
KPMG has collaborated with ICON Talent Partners to create a scholarship program for Black Highschool students.
KPMG has been collaborating with Specialisterne to recruit and attract neurodiverse talent to our firm.
Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)
KPMG teamed up with CNIB to initiate a scholarship program for post-secondary students impacted by blindness or sight loss.
KPMG has committed to an engagement with Jack.org which focusses on empowering young leaders to revolutionize mental health.
In collaboration with Ascend Canada, we support education and mentoring of the Pan-Asian community.
KPMG has teamed up with the Presidents Group in British Columbia to support the evolution of our disability inclusion employment practices.
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Accommodations and accessibility
Accommodation is based on the individual's limitations and the requirements of the role. With that said, accommodation is very case specific. However, subject to the specific medical limitations and requirements of the role, some common accommodations may include:
- Flexible work arrangements (Compressed work weeks, RWA, modification to start/end times)
- Flexibility to take micro breaks during the day, as required
- Technology supports (software, hardware)
- Accessible Communication supports (how documents/materials are printed or accessed)
- Office ergonomics (office equipment i.e. chair, mouse, keyboard, foot stools)
- Realignment or Bundling work/accountabilities
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Insights and resources
Inclusion, diversity, and equity recruitment team
If you have questions about inclusion, diversity, and equity in recruitment at KPMG or if you'd like to speak to someone from one of our People Networks, please connect with a member of our team below:
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