KPMG's people benefit from 'parent package.'

Phillips, Lucy
April 2008
People Management;4/3/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p13
This article reports on the launch of a benefits package by professional services firm KPMG for its employees who have children in Great Britain in 2008. The package includes a reduced qualifying period for the maximum allowance of maternity pay, emergency childcare costs, a mentoring web site, comfort rooms for pregnant women, first aid classes and workshops on legislation, parenthood and work-life balance. Rachel Campbell, head of people at KPMG, explained the goals of the package.


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