KPMG chair steps aside after telling staff to ‘stop moaning’ about Covid

Bill Michael also advised staff in online meeting not to ‘play the victim card’ because of the pandemic

KPMG has confirmed that its chairman is stepping aside after the accounting giant launched an investigation into controversial comments he made to staff in a virtual meeting this week.

Bill Michael, who took over as chairman in 2017, told staff on Monday to “stop moaning” about the pandemic and the impact of lockdown on people’s lives, adding that they should stop “playing the victim card”.

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