KPMG is widely recognized for being a great place to work and build a career.
"We are honored to be among the top five companies this year, our best ranking ever on the Learning Elite list,” said KPMG Chief Learning Officer Corey Munoz.
Linda Imonti, the new managing principal of KPMG's Chicago office, talks about how ATVs and confronting risk head-on led to a barrier-breaking career.
The $450 million facility set to open in January 2020 will conduct over one million hours of professional development in its first year.
"We all have a responsibility to be role models," Lynne Doughtie says, "and to give future women leaders the confidence, insights and know-how to pursue their dreams."
“Boards need diversity that is aligned with the company’s strategy today and for the future,” says Dennis T. Whalen, head of the KPMG Board Leadership Center..
"IWD reiterates the value women bring to every aspect of society and reminds us that diversity is essential to inclusion," says Michele Meyer-Shipp. "It’s also better for business."
For the ninth consecutive year, KPMG has earned a spot on the prestigious Top Companies for Executive Women list.
Lynne Doughtie explains how a culture that fosters innovation creates strategic advantage at the Great Place to Work for All Summit in San Francisco.
Michele Meyer-Shipp says everyone wins when you reach out and become an ally to someone who is different than you.
Lynne Doughtie points to the firm's emphasis on values and culture as KPMG lands on Fortune's 2019 list of 100 Best Companies to Work For.
A study by KPMG and the Institute for Public Relations found that sexism continues to be a barrier for women hoping to advance to leadership roles.
Regina Mayor says her willingness to leap into the unknown has helped her overcome biases and advance in her career.
Michele Meyer-Shipp reflects on the importance of learning more about the story behind the Oscar-nominated film "Green Book."
The #ThankYourMentor campaign has generated a groundswell of participation.
“People fail to get along because they fear each other; they fear each other because they don’t know each other; they don’t know each other because they have not communicated with each other.”
Michele Meyer-Shipp says that instead of playing to win, many women play not to lose.
As a new member of the Latino Corporate Directors Association, Jose Rodriguez pledges to promote greater diversity and increased Latino representation on corporate boards.
Milford McGuirt says workplaces can be made stronger by cultivating a trusting environment that encourages increased dialogue and understanding.
Taylor Ovalle discusses her experience at One Young World, a global conference that inspires young leaders to make a difference to change the world.
Lynne Doughtie says an inclusive environment encourages increased dialogue and understanding, ultimately making an organization better and stronger.
KPMG's Darren H. Burton says organizations don’t need a perfectly polished crystal ball to build an effective HR strategy around contingent labor.
For the last five Novembers, beards, goatees, fake mustaches and more have appeared on countless faces across KPMG to remind our colleagues affected by cancer that we care.
Steven Page joined KPMG in 2012 and remains an active member of the Washington Army National Guard as a CH-47 Chinook helicopter pilot.
Our professionals in 45 countries led classroom sessions, educating 80,000 young students.
News & perspectives team
Director, Corporate Communications, KPMG (US)