Our KPMG Accessibility Network (KAN) is a network of our people that are passionate about accessibility.

KPMG’s Accessibility Network has a dual purpose. We aim to ensure that KPMG New Zealand provides equal career prospects, employment opportunities and quality of work life to people of disabilities and has a strategic focus on both the physical environs of KPMG being accessible as well as raising awareness and understanding about different disabilities, accessibility issues, and inclusion best practices in the workplace. 

You can find out more about the programme on the Accessibility Tick website

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Accessibility Tick

Accessibility Tick

KPMG became an Accessibility Tick (AT) member in April 2021. The AT Programme helps New Zealand organisations become more accessible to and inclusive of people with disabilities. Each year we complete a Workplace Accessibility and Inclusion Assessment. This assessment guides our Accessibility Action Plan and the key strategic projects we work on across the business. You can find out more about the AT programme on the Accessibility Tick website.

KPMG is a part of the New Zealand Disability Employers Network, which allows us many avenues to connect with the disabled community and organisations across the country.

Accessible Recruitment

KPMG values diversity in the workforce and we encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply for roles, including individuals with a disability, additional mental health needs, chronic health conditions or who identify as neurodivergent.

For disabled and neurodiverse candidates, if you encounter accessibility barriers or if you have access needs and require support to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at: KPMGAccessibilityNetwork@kpmg.co.nz

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Sunflower Initiative

The Sunflower Initiative is a global awareness campaign designed to provide an opportunity for those with hidden disabilities to indicate the presence of a disability through a sunflower lanyard, wristband or badge. It also provides an opportunity for supporters of the disability community to indicate that support by wearing an ally's version of the sunflower lanyard, wristband or badge.