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How do employees review their experience at KPMG, LLP?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with KPMG, LLP as 3.4 out of 5. KPMG, LLP earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 4.1 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Pay Transparency, giving it 2.6 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that KPMG, LLP, with scores of 3.5 and 4.1 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

KPMG, LLP Reviews

Q: What is it like working at KPMG, LLP?

Managing Director, Asset Management:
It is a poorly run company. BUPP did not understand the Asset Management space. Culture is cut throat, not interested in retaining talent and clients. All that they are concerned about is profitability. Their professional ethics leave allot to be desired. No wonder some of their now former partners are being sued by the SEC.

Associate Auditor in Atlanta:
"Long hours with average pay."
Pros: Meeting people, talented, skillful and people who can manage really well.
Cons: Long hours and compensation.

Management Consultant in Washington:
"Great firm, if you get a good project and team."
Pros: KPMG has a lot of resources, from reimbursement of training/certifications, to Volunteer Time Realse. It is great to work with intelligent, driven people. Generally speaking, there are a lot of different industries and types of projects you can work on, even travel in an international rotation if you wish.
Cons: While there are many available projects, moving to projects you want to work on is extremely difficult if your PML (People Management Leader) or project partners do not allow you to leave. You can be on long term projects that do not give you the exposure to new industries and clients, which is the highlight of a consulting career. Usually, you work very long hours, including weekends, and can starting at a low pay. Promotion and pay increases are heavily dependent on your PML and how your PML fights for you during Year-End discussions.

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