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3 days ago

Senior Associate(s), Tax – new

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

POSITION AVAILABLE - KPMG LLP Senior Associate(s), Tax (McLean, Virginia) Provide tax compliance and advisory… KPMG US


3 days ago

Senior Associate, Tax Processing – new

KPMG US Atlanta, GA

• Review sales, use, and telecommunications tax data received on a monthly basis from KPMG compliance clients to determine if it is in the proper… KPMG US


3 days ago

Senior Associate, International Tax – new

KPMG US New York, NY +4 locations

• Serve as an international tax advisor to clients in a range of industries on international tax services and offerings • Assist in monitoring… KPMG US


3 days ago

Senior Associate, Business Tax – new

KPMG US San Diego, CA

• Provide tax compliance and advisory services to partnerships, corporations, and S-corporations for a variety of clients from Fortune 100 to… KPMG US


3 days ago

Experience Tax Associate – new

KPMG US New York, NY

• Perform tax-related tasks including tax compliance and advisory services to a variety of clients including partnerships, corporations and… KPMG US


3 days ago

Senior Associate, M&A Tax – new

KPMG US Philadelphia, PA

• Advise clients on a full spectrum of corporate tax services including planning, research, and other mergers and acquisitions activities • Work… KPMG US


3 days ago

Associate Director, Tax (Internal) – new

KPMG US Montvale, NJ

range of skills and backgrounds. We are currently seeking an Associate Director, Tax (Internal) to join our… KPMG US


3 days ago

Associate, Federal Tax – new

KPMG US Los Angeles, CA

• Assist in advising clients on a full spectrum of corporate tax services, including planning, research, compliance, provision work, and mergers and… KPMG US


3 days ago

Senior Associate, Corporate Tax – new

KPMG US Santa Clara, CA +2 locations

• Provide tax compliance and advisory services to partnerships, corporations, and S-corporations for a variety of clients from Fortune 100 to… KPMG US


3 days ago

Senior Associate, Expat Tax – new

KPMG US Columbus, OH

• Write correspondence for companies with expatriate employees • Assist in conducting tax research relating to expatriate employees • Prepare… KPMG US


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    Better than I thought it would be... We were acquired by KPMG, and I wasn't sure I'd like, but I'm staying.

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    Current Employee - Director in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Director in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at KPMG US full-time (More than 3 years)

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    Pros

    Good benefits, and they delivered on promised variable comp in high-performing business units for those who met their target goals. They are definitely focusing on innovation over last couple of years, creating new solutions and providing new career path opportunities. They have a huge learning capability with high-quality training across an impressive array of industries, skills and methdologies. They are serious about continuing education for employees they make time and provide content. Some of it is pedantic, but a lot of it is really great. They are taking steps to overcome their stifling paternalistic culture and shift to a more diverse-friendly, performance based and collaborative environment.

    Cons

    There are still large pockets of the organization stuck in the traditional, hierarchical, stuffy model where the partner thinks he is a god and those who want to advance their careers act like they agree with him. There is still a disturbing lack of diversity in top leadership. And if you don't like continuing professional education, don't come here - you will have to do a ton of online training initially and then hit heavy annual credit hours each year plus a super-target every 3 years. Also, you are significantly constrained on your investment portfolio, more so the further up the chain you are. And you could be required to immediately dump stock, an investment firm or your mortgage provider etc. if they become an audit client of the firm.

    Advice to Management

    We appreciate the motions you have made and the toddler steps you have taken, but we can't take you seriously until you actually walk the talk and address the lack of diversity at the very top of the US organization. Crunch the numbers and face the truth. You need to address gender-based salary inequities, failures to promote based on merit rather than old boy networks, failures to hire, support, and groom top talent from under-represented groups - women of color as a prime example. (I am not part of this group but it's obvious to anyone they have very limited presence except at the bottom layer of the organization.) You have some encouraging initiatives like KNOW but you need to get real and address your vanilla leadership profile. And, please - it's time to tell your high-visibility bad apple partners to shape up or ship out. You know who they are - and so do we.

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