Who We Are

Fastest Growing Big Four

KPMG is one of the world’s leading professional services firms and the fastest growing Big Four accounting firm in the United States. With 75+ offices and more than 40,000 employees and partners through out the U.S., we’re leading the industry in new and exciting ways. Providing innovative business solutions and Audit, Tax, and Advisory services to many of the world’s largest and most prestigious organizations, our size and strength make us agile and responsive to changing trends. By helping other organizations identify risk and grasp opportunities, we’re driving positive, sustainable change for clients, our people, and society at large.

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Our Culture

There is nothing more important than investing in our culture because it’s an investment in our people, in our future, in who we are, and in what we stand for. Our culture serves as a powerful differentiator from our competitors and creates an environment that we all are proud of.


Offices worldwide


Employees and partners worldwide


Years of history

1 of 4

Biggest accounting companies in the U.S.


Offices through out the U.S.


Professionals in the U.S.

Our History

We’re Extremely Proud of Our Legacy

We are honored to celebrate over 125 years of service to our clients, our communities, and each other. Our culture makes KPMG unique, and it's defined by the collective behaviors of each and every individual that makes up this great firm. Our people, past and present, are responsible for building a wonderful legacy…and creating the KPMG story.

We continue to reflect on the critical role we’ve played in the capital markets we serve. KPMG has been committed to working collaboratively to deliver quality service and drive innovation for our clients. We are equally proud of the profound impact we’ve made in the communities in which we live and work since 1897.

We hope you will join us as we continue on our exciting journey.

Our Values

We Put Our Culture and Values Front and Center

Our Values define who we are, what we believe, and what we stand for. They establish a common identity that unites us. At KPMG, we are truly Together, For Better. Our Values guide our thousands of extraordinary people to do what is right, learn and improve every day, think and act boldly, respect and draw strength from our differences, and do what matters for our clients, communities, and the capital markets we serve.

Our Values make us stronger and help us grow the trust of all our stakeholders every day.


We do what is right.


We never stop learning and improving.


We think and act boldly.


We respect each other and draw strength from our differences.

For Better

We do what matters.


Benefits & How We Work

Total Rewards Designed for You

Of course you want a great compensation package — and KPMG delivers. The firm is proud to offer a comprehensive, competitive benefits package, with options designed to help you make the best decisions for yourself, your family, and your lifestyle. At KPMG, we prioritize our people.

This provides a convenient summary of KPMG's full-time employee benefits program as of 2023. Benefit offerings will be based upon those in effect at the time of eligibility.
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Your financial well-being

Look forward confidently

KPMG offers CPA review course options and reimbursement for qualifying exams. If you’re eligible, you can receive a CPA incentive award if you successfully pass all parts of the exam during the qualifying time period.

Early Career New Hires

KPMG offers certified public accountant (CPA) review course options to candidates who accept their full-time employment offer. The courses offered include the Becker CPA Review Course Live (including Live Fast Pass), Live-Online (including Live-Online Fast Pass,) or Online and select approved university-sponsored CPA review courses. KPMG provides reimbursement for CPA exam application and sitting fees upon successful completion of all four parts of the CPA exam within your first two years of employment. In addition, you are eligible to participate in our incentive program. If you pass the CPA exam before your start date or within your first year of exam eligibility, but not to exceed three years from date of hire as an associate, then you will receive a $5,000 CPA incentive award. If you pass the CPA exam during your second year of employment or second year of exam eligibility, but not to exceed three years from date of hire as an associate, then you will receive a $3,000 CPA incentive award. KPMG also honors new hires who receive the Elijah Watt Sells Award with a $10,000 bonus shortly after joining the firm full time.

Experienced New Hires

KPMG offers certified public accountant (CPA) review course options to eligible experienced new hires. You must have worked for the firm for at least 30 days before applying to participate in this program. The courses offered include the Becker CPA Review Course Live, Live-Online, or Online.

KPMG also reimburses qualifying CPA examination fees or IQEX exam fees to eligible experienced new hires who successfully complete all four parts of the CPA exam or the IQEX exam (REG portion of the CPA exam) in accordance with the requirements of their State Board of Accountancy. Experienced new hires must successfully pass the US CPA exam (or IQEX) within two years of employment, or within two years of CPA exam eligibility, but not to exceed three years from date of hire.

In addition, experienced hire associates who have not already passed the CPA exam are eligible to receive a $3,000 CPA incentive award if they pass all parts or remaining parts of the CPA exam (based upon exam sitting date) within a maximum of two years of either their date of hire as an associate or CPA exam eligibility, but not to exceed three years from date of hire as an associate.

KPMG also honors new hires who receive/received the Elijah Watt Sells Award (after March 1, 2015 as indicated by the American Institute of CPA’s) with a $10,000 bonus shortly after joining the firm fulltime.

We’ve created this special rewards program just for early-career KPMGers that not only provides a long-term financial incentive but also makes life easier today by helping pay for some of the things that are most important to you right now.

The program is comprised of two components: (1) Annual “perks” reimbursements of up to $1,200 each fiscal year, which can be used to pay for various personal expenses -- from student loan payments to electronics to food delivery to gym memberships! (2) A one-time, $8,000 bonus to recognize your investment in your career at KPMG. This bonus will be paid out in May following either three years of service from being hired as a senior associate, or if you are hired as an associate and then are promoted to senior associate, three years after your promotion. The program is open to client service associates and senior associates who are US KPMG LLP employees and fulltime (including those on reduced work schedules).

From the very start of your career, we want to help you build a strong foundation for your financial future. Explore the details of various professional certifications programs.

Advisory certification program: Advisory professionals are supported and encouraged to obtain certifications to achieve and maintain their professional status. Program components include reimbursement for the review course and exam fees, as well as a $1,000 bonus for each certification earned. Preapproval is required. Below are examples of common certifications earned:

  • Professional certifications:
    • — Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
    • — Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)
    • — Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC)
    • — Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
    • — Financial Risk Management (FRM)
    • — Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Six Sigma certifications:
    • — Lean Sensei
    • — Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
    • — Six Sigma Black Belt
    • — Six Sigma Black Belt Certification by ASQ with the completion of two real projects

Tax certification program: Tax professionals are supported and encouraged to obtain certifications to achieve and maintain their professional status. KPMG will reimburse you for review courses, materials, and exam fees toward certain professional certifications and pay a $1,000 bonus for obtaining the certification. The certification must be preapproved for the practice to which you are assigned. Successful passing of the Bar exam is also considered eligible for a certification bonus. Employees are eligible for reimbursement for the cost of one formal Bar examination review course and the fee for sitting for their first Bar exam for one state, up to a maximum aggregate amount of $2,500 if they pass the exam within their first year of employment.

Technology Assurance – Audit Certification Program: KPMG encourages and supports Technology Assurance - Audit professionals in obtaining certain professional certifications to achieve and maintain their professional status. The program consists of reimbursement for the review course and exam fees incurred in obtaining certain professional Technology Assurance-related certifications. In addition, there is a financial bonus for completing specific bonus eligible certifications, up to $1,000 per fiscal year. Participation in this program requires advance approval. Complete program details are included in Technology Assurance – Audit full-time offer letters.

KPMG has a firm-funded contribution within the 401(k) plan equal to 6% -- 8% of eligible pay. This plan has market-leading flexibility as you can receive the contribution without any requirement to contribute your own money. The 401(k) Capital Accumulation Plan (401(k) CAP) offers employees the opportunity to save on a pre-tax basis, on a Roth 401(k) basis, and/or on an after-tax basis (additional catch-up contributions are also allowed if over age 50), all with the convenience of automatic payroll deduction. In addition, KPMG provides eligible employees an annual CAP contribution under the plan that can range from 6% to 8% of eligible pay, provided they have completed one year of service with the firm and attained age 21. In general, the CAP contribution is deposited to eligible participant accounts in the February following the end of the plan year (December 31) in which they have met the age and service requirements. You must be employed on the last business day of the year to receive the firm-funded CAP contribution. Unlike many companies, KPMG does not require employees to make 401(k) contributions in order to receive the firm's contribution. We believe that employees should have choice and control over their own personal cash to deploy as best meets their needs. You can select how you want to invest your own savings as well as the firm's contributions from among a menu of investment choices. Loans, hardship withdrawals, and in-service distributions are available to address “point in time” financial needs.

Auto-enrollment and Advice Access: Sixty days after you start employment with KPMG employees will be automatically enrolled in the savings feature of the 401(k) CAP with a pre-tax contribution election of 5% of eligible pay with automatic increases of 1% each November 1 to a maximum 8% pre-tax contribution rate. You have 30 days from your eligibility date to opt out or change your contribution rate. This auto-enrollment feature helps employees save for their future. Employees can elect to increase, reduce, or eliminate this savings election at any time. If you are classified as an intern, you will not be automatically enrolled, but you may make an affirmative election to contribute by contacting Merrill. If you do not visit the Merrill website to direct the investments of future contributions, then their contributions (and the firm's CAP contributions) will be automatically invested using the automated robo-advise feature known as Merrill Advice Access, which is available to participants at no additional cost. Advice Access provides personalized recommendations and can recommend an asset allocation, as well as individual investments, based on your personal financial circumstances. Advice Access uses investment allocation models from an independent third-party advise to create its recommendations.

Under KPMG’s Employee Referral Program, employees may be eligible to receive up to $4,000 for referring employees to the firm.

We recognize potential, nurture talent, and reward high performance. KPMG provides Celebrate Great awards to employees who exhibit our values, impact KPMG initiatives, and strengthen our culture. The firm also rewards employees for valuable contributions and years of service under the Career Milestones Program.

The Marcus Invest Independence-cleared Portfolio Program (Marcus Invest Program) by Goldman Sachs has been specifically designed for KPMG to provide our employees with access to professionally managed portfolios that adhere to the firm's independence requirements for investments and independence compliance reporting.

Note: The Marcus Invest Program is not available to partners/principals and Audit managing directors.

Key program features include: Straightforward digital onboarding experience to identify investment objectives and generate a portfolio recommendation by Marcus Invest. Custom portfolios constructed from nonrestricted, diversified ETFs and based on models designed by Goldman Sachs' Investment Strategy Group that have been reviewed and approved (solely for independence compliance purposes) by the KPMG Independence Group. Streamlined activation in the KPMG Independence Compliance System (KICS) Broker Import Program when you open an account and indicate you're subject to reporting requirements. The brokerage and investment advisory services offered by Marcus Invest are provided by Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, which is a registered broker-dealer and investment adviser.

Your financial well-being

Financial Support

Employees have special access to enroll in the Bank of America Preferred Rewards® program. With Preferred Rewards, you'll enjoy benefits and rewards designed around the ways you save, spend and borrow with Bank of America and invest with Merrill.

KPMG offers access to the Citizens Bank Education Refinance Loan program. Whether you’re looking to lower your student loan rates, lower your monthly payment or pay off your loans faster, this program can help make paying for school easier and more affordable.

KPMG provides helpful services when you are planning to buy, sell, finance, or move your home.

Offers various fixed and adjustable-rate mortgage loans to help you get the house of your dreams.

KPMG employees have access to carefully selected law firms that can assist you and your family with a variety of legal matters.

KPMG provides the opportunity to purchase an automobile, pet, homeowners, and renters insurance on a discounted basis.
Your financial well-being

Money saving benefits

With the WageWorks mass transit program, you can take advantage of pre-tax payroll deductions to save money on transit and vanpool expenses. You can elect to have up to $300 a month deducted from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis to cover parking expenses also with Park for Less.

They help plan business trips, offer vendor discounts, and promotions on airport parking and lounges, car rentals, hotels, vacations, and train travel.

The KPMG Flexible Spending Account program allows employees to pay for certain eligible healthcare and dependent day care on a pretax basis, which results in money savings and reduced taxable income.

Full-time employees enrolled in one of the firm’s high-deductible medical plans can contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA) which offers a triple tax savings opportunity. In addition, employees receive a contribution from KPMG toward their HSA.

Thanks to special agreements KPMG has made with a number of companies and organizations; employees may take advantage of terrific buys and great values on a wide range of products and services.

  • Vehicles
    • BMW & Mini
    • Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep
    • Ford X-Plan
    • Jaguar Land Rover
    • Mazda Employee Pricing S-Plan
    • Subaru VIP Program
    • Volkswagen Partner Purchase Program
    • AutoNation
  • Retail
    • Perks at Work
    • Mariloff Fine Jewelry Discount Program
    • From You Flowers
    • Master & Dynamic
    • Whirlpool Corporation
    • Staples
  • Recreation
    • Marriott International
    • The Travel Corporation
    • Travel Services Vendor Promotions
    • VacationWired.com
  • Physical well-being
    • Equinox
    • Global Fit
  • Electronics
    • Dell’s Member Purchase Program
    • Verizon FIOS
    • HP Employee Purchase Program
    • Cellular Program Promotions for AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint
Your personal well-being

Quality time off

KPMG provides 15, 20, or 25 personal days off per fiscal year depending on job classification, standard work hours, and years of service.

The accruals for days off per year for full-time, benefits eligible employees are as follows (effective January 1, 2020):

Classification Annual Accrual Days/Hours

Less than 5
Years of Service

5 to 15
Years of Service

More than 15
Years of Service

Lead, paraprofessional, senior representative and representative levels (including Executive Assistants) 15 Days /
 120 Hours
20 Days /
  160 Hours
25 Days /
 200 Hours
Associate, Senior Associate, Manager, and Associate Director levels 20 Days /
  160 Hours
 25 Days /
 200 Hours
Senior Managers/Directors, Senior Directors, Executive Directors, and Managing Directors  25 Days /
 200 Hours

A week-long Summer Break around July 4th and a week-long Winter Break in December. These two firm-wide breaks give our people at least nine consecutive days to disconnect and spend time with family and friends. These breaks allow you to plan your vacation in advance, knowing that the rest of the firm is also taking advantage of the time away from the office.

Each year the firm publishes a calendar of holidays to be observed during the year.

During the summer between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, we have Jumpstart Fridays where the office closes at 3:00 p.m. to allow you to get a “jump start” on the weekend. It really is a great way to beat the traffic as you head out of town!

KPMG offers a variety of leave programs to help you meet your particular needs including military, sabbatical, caregiver, and parental leave.
Your personal well-being

Manage your energy and time

Accommodations may be requested for disability needs or religious purposes. Accommodations may pertain to equipment, work areas, job schedule, or other changes to the traditional approach to performing a job.

We encourage teams to block dedicated time each week to focus on key priorities without internal meetings. We also encourage camera-free Fridays.

Employees can volunteer up to 12 hours per fiscal year for community programs during KPMG’s normal business hours.
Your Mental and Physical well-being

Health and insurance

KPMG offers a variety of medical plans to suit you and your family’s needs. These plans differ in terms of benefits coverage, out-of-pocket expenses, and deductibles, but all plans provide comprehensive coverage for a variety of medical services. Employees who enroll in one of the firm’s medical plans automatically have access to the following services:
  • Health care advocacy services including a dedicated team of advocates who can help you manage your health care by coordinating your health and well-being holistically.
  • Virtual Second Opinions to help target the right diagnosis and treatment, as well as medical advice, at no cost.
  • Virtual Care for general medical and behavioral health services, including access to a dedicated virtual primary care provider through the convenience of phone or online video consultations.
  • Hinge Health virtual physical therapy designed to help medical plan members manage chronic back, knee, hip, shoulder, and neck pain, at no cost.
  • Health savings account: Employees enrolled in one of the firm’s high-deductible health plans* are eligible to establish an HSA and make tax-deductible contributions that may be accumulated over the years and distributed on a tax-free basis to pay for any medical expenses. In addition, eligible full-time employees receive an annual contribution that is automatically deposited into their HSA.
  • Fertility benefit: Aetna's medical plan provides plan participants with up to a $35,000 lifetime maximum for fertility procedures and injectable drugs. Pre-certification is required.

*Please note that if you are an intern, you and your eligible dependents have the option of enrolling in one of the firm’s high-deductible health plans.

Transparency in Coverage Rules

Healthcare price transparency helps consumers know the cost of a covered item or service before receiving care. Please review the Machine Readable Files to view in-network negotiated rates and out-of-network allowed amounts.

No Surprises Act

The ‘No Surprises Act’ provides information about how members can protect themselves from surprise medical bills under certain circumstances. It also provides transparency regarding healthcare costs, including in-network cost-sharing amounts. Please refer to KPMG’s Surprise Medical Billing Notice for more information.

KPMG offers a variety of dental plans: a preferred provider organization that allows you to use any dental provider of your choice, and two dental maintenance organization (DMO) plans that require you to use providers that specifically participate in the dental plan’s network. All three plans provide a broad range of coverage, from routine checkups to orthodontia for employees and covered dependents (spouse/domestic partner and children).

KPMG offers two vision plans that provide two different levels of coverage. In addition to the vision care coverage, these plans provide discounts on eyeglasses, contact lenses and LASIK eye surgery, as well as an additional pair of glasses for computer use. To use these discounts, services must be obtained from providers participating in these programs.

KPMG offers full-time employees with life insurance and disability plans to help protect their finances in the event of an illness or injury.

  • Short-term disability: KPMG protects an employee’s pay during an extended absence due to illness or injury. The amount of your short-term disability benefit is 100 percent of your weekly base pay in effect at the time you become disabled for the first 12 weeks of disability and 66.6 percent for the balance of your eligible short-term disability period. However, employees with fewer than 3 months of service will receive 66.6 percent of base pay for the entire short-term disability period.
  • Long-term disability: The possibility of losing your income due to disabling sickness or injury may present a serious need to replace your income for an extended period of time. Employees are automatically enrolled in a long-term disability plan to provide a percentage of their salary after short-term disability ends.
  • Life insurance: KPMG provides group term life insurance coverage, at no cost to you, equal to your annual base pay, up to a maximum of $50,000. Employees may also elect to purchase additional life insurance coverage for themselves, their spouse, and/or dependent children.
  • Business travel accident insurance: KPMG automatically provides business travel accident insurance equal to five times an employee’s base salary at no cost in the event of accidental death or partial payment in the event of dismemberment while traveling on firm business. Employees may also elect to purchase business pleasure accident insurance, which provides coverage in addition to business travel accident insurance, for themselves and their family.
  • Long-Term Care (LTC) + Universal Life Insurance: Protect your financial future with the firm’s LTC + Universal Life Insurance program that offers coverage for long-term care and life insurance within one policy.
Your Mental and Physical well-being

For new parents

Full-time employees who meet the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) eligibility criteria will receive 12 weeks of paid parental leave to bond with a newborn, new-adopted, or new foster care child. This is in addition to disability leave for employees who give birth, allowing some employees up to 22 weeks of paid leave.

KPMG provides an accommodating workplace for our new mothers who are at home bonding with their newborn or nursing as they transition back to work. We provide wellness/lactation rooms in most KPMG offices.

KPMG offers new parents returning to work five hours of one-on-one career coaching to help transition back to work. Professional coaches who are familiar with KPMG’s work environment are available to help work though a range of work/life issues.

KPMG provides up to $35,000 reimbursement for eligible adoption and surrogate-related expenses.
Your Mental and Physical well-being

Caring for you and your families

FMLA-eligible employees can take up to three weeks of fully paid caregiver leave, separate and apart from PTO, to spend time caring for a member of their family or household with a serious health condition, including time to grieve the loss of a loved one.

KPMG provides caregiver support through various services, including quality care for your child or dependent who may have social, emotional, or learning challenges or backup care to save the day when child or elder care arrangements fall through.

  • Cariloop’s caregiver concierge service helps you navigate the various challenges of caregiving. You and your family members can speak to a licensed or certified care coach (e.g., a social worker, nurse, therapist, case manager, etc.) via phone or video chat. The program also provides access to an online platform to share notes and status updates with the Cariloop care coach and your family members.
  • Rethink Care provides support to all families, including individuals with disabilities, as well as those who are caring for individuals with learning, social or behavioral challenges, or developmental disabilities. It also provides a neurodiversity training program to help foster an inclusive workplace.
  • Bright Horizons provides emergency child and adult/elder care for when your regular dependent care arrangements fall through. You also have access to discounted nannies and a free online care database that allows you to search for a caregiver based on your specific need. The database offers full-time, part-time, evening and weekend care. It even includes pet care, tutoring services and access to learning pods.

You can help your children succeed through college coaching and discounted academic support.

  • College Coach: To support you and your college-bound children, the firm offers Bright Horizons College Coach which is a free benefit that provides you with access to a team of college admissions and finance experts, who can help you maximize your child’s chances of admissions success and plan for college costs.
  • Discounted academic support: Access discounted virtual tutoring and homework assistance from live and virtual tutors and national providers of academic support. The offerings include online academic and test prep tutoring in a private or formal setting, with one-on-one and small group options available.

KPMG can help you manage your pet's health. MetLife provides pet insurance available on a payroll deduction basis.
Your Mental and Physical well-being

Mental well-being

Resources for Living is available to all employees and family members and provides assistance on a variety of issues to help support your overall well-being. Available support includes:
  • Access to ten free counseling sessions per issue per year
  • Manager consultation support
  • Online tools, mobile apps, and resources
  • Daily Life Assistance (caregiver support, emergency and basic needs, convenience services)

Employees and family members have access to live and text-based therapy sessions through Talkspace.

Access recorded and live mindfulness sessions focused on a variety of topics including burnout, resiliency, grief and more.

Flex with Purpose

How We Work

KPMG has transitioned to our Flex with Purpose work model, a consistent but flexible way of working that creates opportunities for purposeful collaboration as we move between in-person and remote work.

With Flex with Purpose, the large majority of our people are designated as hybrid, spending some days in person at offices and/or client sites and some working remotely, depending on the needs of our clients, and individual and collective team needs. Flex with Purpose is about empowering flexibility and well-being, while still participating in in-person activities that are well planned, intentional, and purposeful.


We are empowered to collaborate in ways that work for our culture, clients, and for us personally to build trust, resilience, wellbeing, compassion, and authenticity.


Our interactions—whether in-person or virtual—will be more collaborative and intentional to enable us to succeed, learn and cultivate our best performance and career aspirations.


Our firm will provide the tools, resources, and opportunities to do what matters most and to make a broader, more inclusive impact.


Our firm will continue to deliver the best results and innovative solutions for our clients—regardless of location—using an outcomes-based mindset.


We are on a long-term journey—together and for better—and will leverage our Values to support our clients and each other to deliver excellence now and in the future.

Flex with Purpose Model


Using a combination of in-person and virtual work, hybrid is the norm for the large majority of our people, to balance an exceptional client, partner, and employee experience.

*Professionals designated as hybrid must be within a commutable distance to the office to which they are assigned. Commutable distance is defined as a distance that would not interfere with your ability to be in your assigned office when needed to satisfactorily fulfill your job duties, as determined by your practice or group.

Fully Remote

A limited number of individuals/teams are fully remote, depending on the nature of their work, with the rare circumstances that may require in-person work at an office or client site.

Office Based

A limited number of individuals/teams are in-person more often, depending on the nature of their work.


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Come as you are. Go where you want.

You bring a unique perspective to the table. The path that led you here, the experiences you’ve formed, the skills you’ve cultivated... they are what enable you to contribute to KPMG in ways no one else can. You are who you are, and that's who we want.

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Accelerate 2025

As part of our overall Diversity, Equity & Inclusion agenda, Accelerate 2025 is a targeted effort to ensure that more individuals from underrepresented groups choose KPMG as their employer of choice while providing an environment where they can build their careers and advance to leadership positions within our firm and the profession.

The success of Accelerate 2025 requires that we build the systems, processes, and checks that embed our DEI strategy into all aspects of everything we do. To achieve our goals, we are committed to the following:

We will achieve our objective by focusing on efforts that are important to our people, our clients, our communities, and the marketplace. Our ultimate success will be defined by those we serve and empower. As we progress, we expect to make adjustments with new insights.

Business Resource Groups

A Business Resource Group (BRG) is an assembly of partners and professionals who work together to support the firm’s efforts to advance diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) across the firm and in the marketplace. BRGs are an integral part of the firm’s DEI strategy and they contribute significantly to our ability to succeed at achieving our collective DEI priorities.

Strategic Alliances and Partnerships

We also support Diversity, Equity & Inclusion beyond KPMG through our commitments to a broad range of diversity organizations focused on For Better and training.

  • National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
  • Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)
  • Ascend
  • National Urban League (NUL)
  • Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
  • Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
  • The Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
  • National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)
  • Hire the Disabled
  • Women for Hire
  • Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE)
  • Wall Street Business & Disability Career Event (Abilities/NBDC)
  • National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP)
  • National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA)
  • National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA)
  • Capital Pride
  • Mom Corps
  • Special Olympics


Professional Development

Investing in Your Success

KPMG has long been recognized as a premier learning organization, winning multiple awards for innovative programs, including being a proud member of the Training magazine Top 10 Hall of Fame. Our commitment to your career development helps to set us apart as an employer.

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Work. Grow. Thrive.

We want to enhance your potential, both for yourself and as a contributor to our firm. That’s why we provide every opportunity to expand your skills, knowledge, and experiences through formal education and training programs, a world-class training facility, leadership development opportunities, and rotational assignments, as well as informal one-on-one coaching and mentoring from your KPMG colleagues.

Whether your ambition is to make Partner, become a deep technical expert, work in an industry, or pursue a long-term assignment abroad, we will give you the tools, resources, experiences, and opportunities you need to achieve your potential.

KPMG Lakehouse

Our Learning, Development, and Innovation Center

KPMG Lakehouse, our purpose-built home in Orlando, Florida, represents an investment in KPMG’s most valuable asset and the biggest point of pride: our people. Our people—their skills, talent, diversity, commitment, and relationships—are what make KPMG what it is. This state-of-the-art facility fosters new ways of thinking, learning, collaborating, and continues to ensure our professionals are ahead of the curve on evolving technologies and disruptors.

Meeting Space

Meeting space with the flexibility to accommodate up to 1,000 people.

Occupancy Rooms

800 single occupancy rooms.


Design elements that celebrate and reinforce the rich history, values, and culture of KPMG.


Multiple dining options including a dining hall, coffee bar, and social venue.

Insights Center

Collaborative space to infuse innovation in the learning experience and an Insights Center to engage clients and spark creativity.


Amenities include a fitness facility, hiking and biking paths, and recreational fields.

Advanced Training & Learning

KPMG is committed to helping you build skills and knowledge to achieve your career goals, however you define them. You’ll attend vibrant, collaborative sessions in person and online. Every day, you’ll have access to eLearning on demand and one-on-one coaching on the job. Through this blend of methods, you’ll develop a well-rounded set of cross-functional technical skills and durable business and leadership skills that will support your success today and tomorrow.

On-Demand Training

KPMG recognizes that your learning goals are unique. That’s why the firm offers you Degreed, an industry-leading learning experience platform that you can use to personalize your learning journey. Degreed gives you instant access to high-quality learning resources that are relevant to your specialty, your industry, and your career aspirations. Searching in Degreed will connect you with both KPMG-developed courses and resources from reputable external vendors including LinkedIn Learning. And Degreed’s machine learning will help guide you to learning recommendations based on your individual interests.

In-Person Learning

Where other organizations have moved away from in-person learning experiences, KPMG has invested in taking in-person learning to the next level. In addition to the powerful digital learning at your fingertips through out the year, you’ll be invited to learn live at KPMG Lakehouse, the firm’s state-of-the-art innovation center and cultural home. In addition to collaborative, technology-rich classroom learning, at Lakehouse you’ll build a national network of relationships within your practice, and we bring people together across Audit, Tax, and Advisory to gain technology, industry, and other skills that open doors across our firm.

Career Mobility

As a large, multidisciplinary firm, we can offer a wide variety of career opportunities, such as domestic and global rotations, transfers, or office relocations. Employees have access to a wealth of opportunities and experiences to fuel their individual career development.

Global Rotations

KPMG offers great rotational opportunities abroad that can help you expand your horizons and develop a career-enriching international experience. KPMG’s GO program can connect you to short-term assignments lasting anywhere from 3-months to a year, while long-term assignments can last from 1-to-5 years.

Transfer Within Our Practices and Beyond

Depending on your skills, experience, and aspirations, you may have opportunities to explore new service lines or departments within your current group—or even to transfer to a new role within another group.

We host Internal Virtual Career Fairs to keep everyone apprised of what opportunities are available and where they can go.

Fostering Your Professional Well-being

At KPMG, you’ll have a professional network by your side to help steer your career in the direction you want to take it.


Community Impact

Getting Involved and Giving Back

At KPMG, we are committed to education and lifelong learning as they are central to building communities and economies. Through our efforts, we foster the development of a diverse values-driven talent pipeline both internally and externally. We empower individuals to advance in their education and career, from Pre-K to the C-suite with the ambition of changing lives.

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Our Impact

Our Values in action

Recognized by The Civic 50 as one of the top 50 most community-minded companies in the United States and People Magazine's 50 Companies that Care.

Our Commitment to Our People

As a firm, we grow best when our people are growing too. And we’re committed to continuing to invest in KPMG’s extraordinary people – their careers, their future, their well-being and their families.

Enhanced benefits

KPMG has remained committed to using employees’ feedback to find innovative ways to improve their experience. Numerous enhancements were made to KPMG’s benefits and compensation package focused on mental, physical, social and financial well-being.

Extended paid leave

Extended paid leave for U.S. employees including up to three weeks of additional paid caregiver leave, separate and apart from PTO, for employees to spend time caring for a member of their family or household with a serious health condition, including time to grieve the loss of a loved one.

Opportunities to Thrive

Thrive is our firmwide effort composed of programs, activities, and resources to support well-being, celebrate success, strengthen connections, and foster our collective sense of community.

Stories of Impact

We encourage our people to share bold, courageous stories of colleagues who inspire.

Our Commitment to Our Communities

At KPMG, our values are at the core of all that we do. Our people work Together, For Better, each and every day to make a difference in our communities and create a lasting impact that is measurable, sustainable, and transformational. Recent efforts include:

$52M in charitable donations

$52M in charitable donations, including $1M in Foundation funds to aid 501(c)(3) organizations across the country focused on food insecurity, frontline support, education disruption, and the “cure”.

$47M to community investments

$47M in total cash contributions dedicated to community investments.

$110K in COVID-19 relief grants

$110K in Foundation COVID-19 Relief Grants equally disbursed to 501(c)(3) organizations where we have existing relationships nationally.

$125M commitment to promote equity

$125M KPMG and KPMG U.S. Foundation’s five-year commitment to promote equity and access to opportunities.

$405K in community impact grants

$405K in the inaugural Community Impact Grants program through over 800 grants of $500 each to nonprofits actively supported by KPMG U.S. employees.

$500K to aid 501(c)(3) organizations

$500K in funds donated as recommended by local offices to aid 501(c)(3) organizations across the country focused on lifelong learning, health, wellness, and mentoring.

82,000 volunteer service hours

82,000 hours in volunteer service hours from KPMG partners and professionals.

100K meals donated to food pantries

100K meals donated to college food pantries and other communities with the greatest needs through Foundation funding provided to Beta Alpha Psi and Pack Shack.

Living Green

At KPMG, we focus on the long-term impacts of our decisions, including decisions that have an environmental impact. Our people and the firm work toward minimizing environmental impact in the workplace and raising awareness year-round.

Our efforts also extend to our clients, whereby engagement teams are encouraged to consider both traditional and non-traditional ways of demonstrating the firm’s commitment to environmental sustainability.

"We must continue to evolve the way we operate

so that we can continue to deliver top-quality to our clients and meet their changing needs while reducing our carbon footprint. The environment demands it, our clients demand it, and we demand it of ourselves. Our commitment to sustainability is and will continue to be a foundational part of all business decisions we make across the firm.”

Will Williams (he/him/his)

Vice Chair, Operations, KPMG U.S.

KPMG Family for Literacy

The mission of KPMG Family for Literacy (KFFL), a fund of the KPMG U.S. Foundation, is to eradicate childhood illiteracy by putting new books and educational resources into the hands of children in need and developing the next generation of young leaders through reading. KPMG volunteers work with KFFL in collaboration with the award-winning nonprofit social enterprise, First Book.


New books for children in low-income communities since 2008


Schools and organizations have been supported by KFFL


students supported by KPMG and the Foundation lifelong learning programs


invested in access to education


to nonprofit organizations to support lifelong learning


in contributions through university matching gifts


KPMG Foundation higher education matching gifts

Community Investments

We invest in business education, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, and service-learning at all levels for the long-term as part of lifelong learning because we’ve seen the multiplier effect. Education strengthens society, and with the skills gap widening, the KPMG Foundation aligns with KPMG LLP on a shared pursuit of ensuring access to education and strengthening the communities we serve.

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