KPMG | UK boss steps aside after 'stop moaning' comments to staff

UK boss steps aside after 'stop moaning' comments to staff

Bill Michael, UK Chairman of KPMG, has stepped aside from his role at the Big Four firm, as the accountancy company launches an investigation into the comments he made during a virtual town hall meeting. 

He was also forced to apologise in an email for his choice of words to staff, which he said "did not reflect what I believe in".

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