• FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For ® (2014)

    FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® — The list is put together by the Great Place to Work Institute in San Francisco, California, which surveyed a random sample of partners and employees. Each company was also asked to fill out a questionnaire describing its human resources policies and workplace culture. Two-thirds of each company's score came from partner and employee responses, and the other third was based on the company's benefits and practices.

  • Working Mother

    Working Mother 100 Best Companies Top 10 — For the sixth straight year, Working Mother magazine has placed KPMG in the Top Ten on its list of 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers. It's the 17th year we've been on the list, and the third since we were first inducted into the magazine's Hall of Fame.

  • 2013 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces

    2013 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces — KPMG has been named for the seventh consecutive year in 2013 as one of the 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, recognizing the firm's ongoing commitment to supporting the needs of our working families. To create its annual 100 Best list, the Dave Thomas Foundation conducts an analysis of organizations' adoption-related benefits, including financial reimbursement and paid leave for families who adopt.

  • Vault Consulting 50

    Vault Consulting 50 — The Vault Consulting 50 was compiled using a weighted formula that reflects the issues consultants care most about. This ranking combines a firm's overall prestige score with several factors from Vault's "Best to Work For" ratings.

  • Learning Elite

    KPMG Joins 'Best Companies' List for Learning ExcellenceChief Learning Officer magazine has named KPMG to its 2013 LearningElite ranking, recognizing the firm's deep commitment to providing people with effective learning and development opportunities.

  • KPMG Honored by AWLP, Wins Seal of Distinction

    KPMG Honored by AWLP, Wins Seal of Distinction — KPMG has been honored by the Alliance for Work-Life Progress (AWLP) for the second time, receiving the organization's 2013 Seal of Distinction. The award, established in 2012, honors employers nationwide who "...have successfully demonstrated leadership in workplace strategies and practices," according to Kathie Lingle, AWLP's executive director. KPMG is one of only 54 companies nationwide that received the distinction.

  • 2013 Equal Opportunity Magazine's Top 50 Employers

    2013 Equal Opportunity Magazine's Top 50 Employers — KPMG was ranked #14 in Equal Opportunity Magazine's 2013 ranking of the "Top 50 Employers." The list is compiled based on the results of a survey in which the magazine's readers are asked to select the top companies in the country for which they would most prefer to work or believe would provide a positive working environment for members of minority groups.

  • 2013 NAFE Top 50 Companies

    2013 NAFE Top 50 Companies — For the third consecutive year, the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) has named KPMG to the NAFE Top 50 Companies, this year placing us in their Top 10. The list recognizes organizations whose policies and practices encourage women's advancement and whose numbers at the highest levels of leadership demonstrate that commitment.

  • KPMG Named Sustainable Firm of the Year

    KPMG Named Sustainable Firm of the Year — According to IAB Editor Avind Hickman, KPMG demonstrated with hard data the impact of corporate responsibility initiatives across its network. "The firm also demonstrated thought leadership by hosting the high-profile global business sustainability summit, Business Perspectives on Sustainable Growth, which underscored KPMG's already very strong reputation in sustainability services."

  • Universum's Top 100 IDEAL Employers among MBAs

    Universum's Top 100 IDEAL™ Employers — KPMG was again named as one of Universum's Top 100 IDEAL™ Employers among MBAs. The ranking was compiled using survey responses from MBA students at top institutions and is based on their perception of employers in the U.S.

  • Computerworld's 2011 Top Green-IT Users

    For the second time in three years, KPMG has made Computerworld's annual list of the Top Green-IT organizations. This year, the firm came in at No. 2 on the list, topping our 2009 ranking of No. 7. KPMG is also the only Big Four firm on this year's list.

  • KPMG Reaches Top 3 on Innovation in Diversity Awards

    KPMG Reaches Top 3 on Innovation in Diversity Awards — The only Big Four firm to be named in the Top Ten list, KPMG was cited for its efforts on behalf of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community, specifically our Straight Allies campaign.

  • Working Mother's Best Companies for Women's Advancement

    Working Mother's Best Companies for Women's Advancement — KPMG was recently named by Working Mother magazine as one of 10 organizations on its 2011 Best Companies for Women's Advancement list. This new ranking, an offshoot of the magazine's annual 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, was created to highlight what companies are doing to encourage the advancement of women at all levels.

  • Training Magazine's Top 10 Hall of Fame (2011)

    Training Magazine's Top 10 Hall of Fame — KPMG was inducted into the Training Magazine Top 10 Hall of Fame in recognition of our firm's consistently innovative and effective training programs. The Top 10 Hall of Fame is a special honor granted to organizations, like KPMG, that have earned a spot on Training's Top 125 Top 10 list for four consecutive years. The Training Top 125 is recognized by the learning and development community as the most prestigious honor of its kind, and making the Top 10 Hall of Fame underscores our steadfast commitment to support the development of our people and provide them with the skills and knowledge they need to pursue their career goals.

  • Companies That Care Honor Roll 2012

    Companies That Care Honor Roll 2012 — For the ninth consecutive year, the firm was named to the Companies that Care Honor Roll, a national list recognizing employers for outstanding workplace practices and active community involvement. We were honored for our programs that support our partners, employees, and communities. Of special note was KPMG's Family for Literacy, which has provided nearly 2 million books to children in North America, India, and Africa since its launch in 2007.

  • Awards & recognition - Diversity awards:

  • Best Companies for Multicultural Women (2013)

    Best Companies for Multicultural Women (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009) — For the fifth consecutive year, KPMG has been ranked as one of Working Mother magazine's Best Companies for Multicultural Women as a place that "...creates and uses best practices in hiring, retaining, and promoting women of color." We're part of an elite group, being placed in the Top Five on the list. Among the categories in the study KPMG placed highest were our company culture, management accountability, recruitment, retention and advancement programs, and employee opinion surveys and communications.

  • Human Rights Campaign

    Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index — For the ninth year in a row, KPMG received a perfect score - 100 percent - in the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index and Best Places to Work Survey. The designation recognizes our firm's commitment to supporting equality for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender professionals.

  • DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity (2013)

    DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity — KPMG was named to DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity for the sixth consecutive year in 2013, ranking No. 23. The firm also made two of DiversityInc's specialty lists this year: We are ranked No. 4 among the Top 10 Companies for People with Disabilities, and No. 9 among the Top 10 Companies for LGBT Employees. Considered one of the leading publications on diversity, DiversityInc established its Top 50 list to recognize companies that "demonstrate remarkable and consistent strength in the four critical areas of diversity management."

  • KPMG Named 2012 Straight For Equality in the Workplace Award Winner

    KPMG Named 2012 Straight For Equality in the Workplace Award Winner — PFLAG National has named KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory services firm, the 2012 Straight for Equality in the Workplace honoree. Straight for Equality — a national outreach and education project created by PFLAG National — invites, educates and engages straight allies to advocate for and support gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) people.

  • DiversityInc

    DiversityInc Magazine — has named KPMG its Top Company for Employee-Resource Groups. This special award is one of only seven individual awards presented by DiversityInc "to companies that have consistently proven themselves as diversity leaders and demonstrated remarkable leadership in critical areas."

  • Diversity Careers in Engineering and Information Technology

    Diversity Careers in Engineering and Information TechnologyReader's Choice: Best Diversity Companies. See how Diversity/Careers readers and web site visitors see the diversity strengths of corporations, government agencies and other organizations that employ technical professionals.

  • Disability Matters Award

    Disability Matters Award — This honor was presented by Springboard Consulting LLC and Work Life Matters magazine, two organizations noted for their work on behalf of individuals with special needs. They recognized KPMG for the successful launch of our National Disabilities Network.

  • Innovation in Diversity Awards

    Innovation in Diversity Awards — The Profiles in Diversity Journal International Innovation in Diversity Awards honor corporations, organizations and institutions around the world that have developed innovative solutions that offer measurable outcomes in the area of workforce diversity and inclusion.