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‘Purple pound’ incentive to find disability champions
KPMG consistently shows great leadership with innovative calls to action, firstly by implementing a workplace adjustment service with Microlink and now Tony Cates, Vice Chair of KPMG UK, is leading the way again with an inspired goal – to ask every FTSE 350 company to appoint a disability champion at board level by 2020. Outlining 5 key actions KPMG UK make it a ‘call to action’ that has unprecedented and lasting impact.