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Sexual orientation & gender identity 

Talent makes no distinction as to sexual orientation.
Sexual orientation, gender identity

KPMG seeks to attract talented individuals regardless of their sexual orientation. We want all our people to bring their whole selves to work and feel comfortable and secure in their working environment.

 

Since it was founded in October 2008, KGEN, KPMG’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBTI) network for employees and allied supporters, has welcomed members of all ages, levels and backgrounds from across the firm. All of our people are encouraged to join regardless of sexual orientation.


KPMG was ranked fourth in the Australian Workplace Equality Index in 2013. The awards recognise workplace support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. The Workplace Equality Index evaluates and benchmarks LGBT inclusiveness in Australian Workplaces.


KPMG was also awarded a Star Performing Network Group Award with work done through KGEN in 2012.

Pride in Diversity logo

KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia and supports the new Australian Workplace Equality Index.

 

Top 10 Employer for LGBTI Employees - 2013 AWEI

KPMG was ranked fourth in the Australian Workplace Equality Index in 2013.


Star Performer Network Group - 2012 Australian Workplace Equality Index


KPMG was awarded a Star Performing Network Group Award with work done through KGEN in 2012.