Sunday 22 May 2022 11:22 PM KPMG staff are advised not to talk about ski trips or private schools in bid to ... trends now

Sunday 22 May 2022 11:22 PM KPMG staff are advised not to talk about ski trips or private schools in bid to ... trends now
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Sunday 22 May 2022 11:22 PM KPMG staff are advised not to talk about ski trips or private schools in bid to ... trends now

Don't mention the tour! KPMG staff are advised not to talk about luxury ski trips or private schools in bid to boost inclusivity An accounting firm has told their employees to not mention their skiing holidays KPMG staff will take part in unconscious bias training or risk losing their bonuses The decision was called 'hypocritical and counterproductive' by an MP

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An accountancy giant has been accused of ‘mad wokery’ for telling staff not to talk about private schools and skiing trips in a bid to boost inclusivity.

KPMG has made unconscious bias training mandatory for its 15,300 UK staff with the threat that their bonuses are at risk if they do not take part.

The sessions starting next month focus on how discussing skiing holidays, gap years and private schooling can isolate others. They also highlight biases faced by those from certain backgrounds as well as race, gender identity, disability and sexual orientation.

Accountancy firm KPMG told staff they could risk losing their bonuses if they do not attend unconscious bias training, where they will be told not to talk about their skiing trips

Accountancy firm KPMG told staff they could risk losing their bonuses if they do not attend unconscious bias training, where they will be told not to talk about their

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