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At KPMG our people are extraordinary. Together we work to create a safety and wellbeing experience that enables our people, and those they work with, to thrive. We are committed to supporting and improving the health and wellbeing of our people. Our suite of wellbeing initiatives are designed to support our people’s overall health and wellbeing so they can be the best possible version of themselves. Here’s just a few of the incredible features we have put in place to support our KPMG whānau.

Flexi Working

At KPMG New Zealand, we recognise that organisational agility and a flexible culture enables our business strategy and purpose, which is critical for the success of our firm. To continue to fuel New Zealand’s prosperity we need to provide a people experience that enables us to attract, develop and retain the extraordinary people who can deliver to the changing needs of our clients, improve business performance and earn the highest levels of public trust.

Our Flex@KPMG policy details the range of flexible working arrangements that employees can request including; flex-locations, flex-hours, flex-time off for study, flex-time for support or broader lifestyle changes. Our Flex@KPMG policy is available to all employees regardless of whether they are permanent, fixed term or casual employees, and the nature of flexible working will vary depending on their role, team, client needs, location and technology.


Our Whānau@KPMG policy offers primary and secondary caregivers paid parental leave for a period of 18 weeks. Every whānau is different, so we have also ensured that this policy allows for flexibility regarding when the parental leave can be taken. This opens up a whole new world of opportunities and allows all parents to focus on the new chapter in their lives during those crucial early months. We also offer reconnect coaching and support via Grace Papers to assist parents in balancing their careers with caring responsibilities.

Wellbeing Leave

Additional 5 days of Wellbeing leave to ensure that when you are unwell or run down that you have an opportunity to recuperate, for your health and of those around you. It is also provided so you can care for your dependents when they are unwell.