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Senior Manager, Transactional Tax Systems

KPMG US Atlanta, GA

• Provide excellent client facing service to multi-national companies in relation to their global indirect tax technology needs and requirements… KPMG US


30 days ago

Manager/Senior Manager, Transfer Pricing

KPMG US Detroit, MI

Manage and deliver transfer pricing services • Develop and maintain client relationships • Supervise and… KPMG US


30 days ago

Director, Financial Services

KPMG US New York, NY

- managing risk, increasing revenues, controlling costs - that organizations… . We help companies to identify and manage risks inherent in business… KPMG US


30 days ago

Director, Implementation Services

KPMG US Chicago, IL

- managing risk, increasing revenues, controlling costs - that organizations… . We help companies to identify and manage risks inherent in business… KPMG US


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KPMG US Chairman & CEO John B. Veihmeyer
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    I have been working at KPMG US full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    You can find good teams and learn a lot, if you are given the time and opportunities to do so. If you find the work interesting, there is a ton of it to keep you occupied. It is possible to move between teams and choose assignments you're interested in or want to learn about, if you're politically savvy.

    Cons

    You can get stuck on awful teams and taken advantage of terribly if you can't stand up for yourself. This is everything. You may be worked to death regardless. There is no work/life balance. There is no division of labor. There are many "mission impossibles" that you just have to figure out with no information and will be blamed for if you're set up for failure. You have to learn to work the system if you want any hope of survival. Ridiculous expectations it seems like you can't say 'no' to. Big culture of kiss up/kick down. Big culture of passing the buck. Big culture of "p*ss on your leg and tell you it's raining". When something big comes in, practice is stretched thin (i.e. people get one way tickets to a client site and don't sleep for months) and turnover/burnout/lawsuits ensue.

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    Enjoy those third and fourth homes/marriages we're all working so hard with no overtime to furnish you.

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