At KPMG, our priority is to care for our people, the workplace and the marketplace. We want to support the health of our people holistically, achieve an inclusive and diverse workforce, and support our circular economy through our climate goals. Our Impact and Inclusion strategy allows us to do just that with the necessary resources in place, with the eventual goal of being recognised as a leader in this space.
We want to recruit, retain and develop a talented workforce reflecting the diversity of our clients and communities; foster an inclusive environment where all our people can thrive; and build trust in the marketplace by leveraging our collective voice to impact society at large.
We do what matters
Our impact and inclusion focus areas are:
At KPMG in Singapore, we encourage our employees to take time off their work to champion for a cause they are passionate in. To date, we have 4 employee resource groups (ERG) fuelled by our passionate volunteers.
KPMG Network of Women (KNOW) – Championing gender equality
Supports women in the workplace, by creating a platform to educate and inspire positive change towards gender diversity and equality.
Rec Club – Bringing the firm together through fun
Bringing employees together outside of work to have fun and foster an inclusive firm.
Wellbeing – Supporting the wellbeing of our people
Wellbeing ERG aims to support our employees holistically, helping them thrive both at work and in their personal lives to achieve collective progress and balance.
Green Dot– Advocating for a greener world
An environment for those with a passion for creating lasting change in behaviour around living sustainably
Awards recognising our impact
At KPMG, serving our communities is core to our purpose and role as a corporate citizen. From our Inclusive Employment Initiative and Skills Training Program that equips new skills and opens new doors for persons with disabilities (PWDs), to a month-long series of engagement activities planned by our own employee volunteers as part of Giving Month, KPMG in Singapore is committed to building resilient communities.
We are extremely humbled and honoured to be recognised for our efforts as a Champions of Good organisation under the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre’s Company of Good programme. True credit goes to our employee volunteers who commit their time and skills to doing good.
We are humbled and honoured to receive the Enabling Mark (Silver) award, a national-level recognition for our workplace inclusivity strategies.
At KPMG in Singapore, we celebrate diversity of knowledge, skills and ability. Over the past 80 years, we have strived to build an environment where all our people feel included and valued. With continued commitment to our various efforts — from inclusive hiring and job redesign processes to mentorships and employment initiatives — we aim to promote diversity, equity and inclusion both in our firm and the wider community.