PracticeAccounting FirmsWorkplace flexibility award for KPMG

Workplace flexibility award for KPMG

Firm recognised for efforts on gender equality, diversity and inclusion

Big Four firm
KPMG has received the ‘City Award’ at the
Opportunity
Now
annual awards dinner.

The awards recognise UK employers who demonstrate the most commitment to and
innovation in creating workplaces where women can succeed.

The firm operates a flexible working programme for its 10,300 people in the
UK.

KPMG’s winning entry focused on its
flexible working programme which offers a wide range of working options to its
people. These include shorter working weeks, home working, job share, unpaid
leave, annualised days, career breaks, additional holiday purchase and ‘glide’
time – when the start and finish times of the working day can be adjusted.

Further reading:

Legal: flexible rights

Measuring success: more than money

Training and education special: soft skills

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