Profile Industry : Consultancy & Strategy
SECTOR : Private
INCLUSIVE PROGRAMS : Pride in Diversity
Australian Workplace Equality Index Tiers : AWEI Silver


KPMG aspire to be leaders; innovative people who make a positive impact in the professional and broader community.


KPMG is a global network of professional service firms employing about 155,000 people in 155 countries worldwide. Through the collaboration of our Audit, Tax and Advisory services, we seek long-term sustainable solutions for both our clients and KPMG. We use our skills and expertise to help companies grow by understanding the challenges, risks and resources they need to achieve their goals. KPMG is particularly proud of our values based culture. We share these values with many of our clients and communities; indeed, they underpin and deepen our relationship with them.


KPMG offers career opportunities for both graduates and experienced professionals. We seek well-rounded individuals, with understanding and passion in their area of expertise. We deliberately recruit across a range of degree disciplines, skills, abilities and backgrounds. We seek and value diversity.


Australia wide.


Professional services.


Graduate to experienced in all areas.


Recruit from all disciplines and at all levels.



Over 5000 people


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Our LGBTI group, was founded in October 2008 and welcomes members of all ages, levels and backgrounds, actively encouraging everyone regardless of sexual orientation to join. It allows colleagues to share ideas and experiences and discuss issues or opportunities in our workplace in a safe environment. Our members are active mentors within the LGBTI community.

KPMG is a foundation member of Pride in Diversity, and an AWEI Bronze Tier Employer in the Diversity Equality Index.

Charlene Scott Senior Manager, Tax

I came to KPMG open about my sexual orientation and found the firm to be accepting without question.

KPMG’s openness and acceptance provides me with an environment where I am not afraid to be who I am which rewards me both professionally and personally.


Phil Beckett Senior Consultant, Health, Ageing & Human Services

I was only 16 years old when I signed my contract at KPMG in Perth and 17 years old when I started working in 2009. Depending when you come out, these can also be formative years. They were for me. It probably wasn’t until the latter part of my Cadetship where I felt somewhat comfortable in disclosing my sexuality and relationships to colleagues.

Since then, I have only encountered openness and acceptance. More than that, I have been able to engage in driving a focus on diversity and inclusion within the firm.

While there is always room to improve the culture of an organization, I feel encouraged to work in an organisation where it is a clear focus.

Company Attribute
AWEI Bronze Employer
AWEI Gold Employer
AWEI Participating Employer
AWEI Platinum Employer
AWEI Platinum Qualifier
AWEI Silver Employer
LGBTI Diversity Strategy
LGBTI Employee Network
LGBTI Recruitment Policy
Pride in Diversity Member
Pride in Health Member
Pride in Sport Member
Transitioning Policy for Trans Employees