It’s essentially the sum total of our shared values, behaviours and aspirations; it influences the way we interact with our colleagues, clients and communities.
We like to think our culture is anchored in values such as integrity and honest communication. It’s a culture of trust and collaboration, flexibility and diversity, a culture in which people share knowledge freely and genuinely and try to bring out the best in others. It allows our people to flourish as professionals and as individuals.
You can move to a different business area, or even a different country and still find the same working culture. Sound like a place in which you’d want to work?
I knew a couple of people who worked at KPMG. They loved it and thought I would too — the fun, sociable culture and friendly atmosphere. They were right. I felt comfortable and supported from the very beginning.
Senior Accountant, Private Enterprise
It’s important, of course, that our people and clients share our values. It’s a matter of believing in and respecting our commitment to the highest standards of professional conduct and client service.