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KPMG doesn’t just acknowledge the pandemic’s toll on workers, it has deployed a host of tools to help them cope. To guard against burnout and overwork, the professional services firm introduced camera-free Fridays and two annual, firm-wide breaks that give employees at least nine consecutive days off in both the winter and summer. For mental health, employees or their family members can access up to 10 free counseling sessions. In order to cover the cost of a home office setup or other remote work expenses, everyone received an extra $1,000. For kids and parents struggling with remote learning, KPMG created a resource kit and facilitated the creation of learning pods. Those pandemic-era accommodations bolstered the firm’s longstanding commitment to career development, which is offered in the form of mentorships (some 13,000 of them) and numerous leadership training programs that in recent years have increased focus on women and other underrepresented groups. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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