Employee Engagement 

We help increase the avenues through which our staff can utilise their time, skills and knowledge to benefit their local communities. Volunteering opportunities include mentoring students, helping build homes, supporting disaster relief efforts, sports-related coaching for children, educational and cultural activities as well as tree planting drives. Employees are encouraged to participate, and are the driving force behind the expansion of our programmes.


Employee Engagement


Over 2,500 hours were spent on pro bono projects across the country. These projects involved multidisciplinary teams working to help NGOs and schools with human resource diagnostic reviews, organisation design, scalability, statutory compliance checklists, process framework and standard financial operating procedures. Past pro bono projects include: improving the teaching learning process at a school, implementing scalable risk management frameworks and generating awareness on managing risks. We are currently working on four pro bono projects.


We are always excited to invest our time in projects which help us use our knowledge and skills to contribute to the society in which we live. It is important to support our nonprofit associates, and to help build their capacities and increase their social impact. Over time, engaging our employees in such meaningful and impactful projects, also helps in enhancing awareness on their social responsibilities.

Anthony Crasto
KPMG in India

By encouraging us to be good corporate citizens through various volunteering activities and by working with organisations for a period of time, KPMG acts as a channel through which we all can see a tangible change in the impact of the organisations with which we work.


A Vasudeva
Assistant Vice President,
KPMG in India

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