• Type: KPMG information
  • Date: 31/08/2011

Corporate Citizenship Report 

Our approach to corporate citizenship is founded on the belief that business has a distinct and vital role to play in helping to solve important social and environmental issues.

Our aspiration at KPMG is to be the best firm to work with for our people, clients and communities.  We see a direct connection between good business and better lives. 
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Corporate Citizenship 2011 tells KPMG's corporate citizenship story. This is a report primarily for KPMG staff, a document that helps us reflect on what citizenship means at KPMG. 


It is also about celebrating our achievements and being accountable for our actions, all of which we wanted to share with our clients, community and each other. 


Key highlights

  • 15,204 hours of honorary work on 160 jobs supporting 113 not-for-profit organisations
  • Almost 100 people seconded to work with Indigenous communities since Jawun partnership launched
  • $1million in contracts signed with Indigenous suppliers
  • Net emissions reduced 33 percent and 13.8 million fewer sheets of A4 paper since 2008.



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