We recognize that good benefits play an important role in attracting and retaining great people. So, we offer a strong combination of financial and non-financial benefits. Because everyone has different needs, we offer a variety of benefits from which to choose. KPMG lets you create a program suited to you and your family's needs and offers a variety of optional coverage.
Benefits were great. Solid medical, dental and vision. Retirement benefits on par with industry
25 PTO days not including sick days or company holidays. Health insurance could have been better.
KPMG has a 401k match as well as a pension. The pension doesn’t vest until after five years, but the 401k investment options are good. There is also 25 days of PTO plus firm holidays.
The benefit offering is good.
200 hours of PTO (includes vacation, sick, and any other type of leave). Plus the company is closed from Christmas until New Years as part of holiday leave.
You get 25 days paid off per year which is nice for traveling and spending time with family. Overall, a great working atmosphere
KPMG has most of, if not all, the standard array of benefits and perks that most major American companies now offer. A potential area of weakness could be its fairly low 401K match; however, KPMG also have a pension that they contribute to on the employees behalf. (Thus, I'm not sure if a person were to vest in both benefits what the total retirement benefit comes out to be, and how that compares to companies that only offer a 401K with a larger match.) KPMG also offers some surprise benefits sprinkled around throughout the year. Usually some sort of gift during the summer, small "Encore Awards" ($100-$200 bonuses) to reward employees for exceeding expectations during projects throughout the year, and now they're offering an additional $300 per quarter to staff (associates and senior associates) that can be used for things like gym memberships, commuting costs, etc. I've heard that's in response to other Big 4 firms offering even more generous monthly retention bonuses, so I'm not sure how it compares to its competition, but I still think it's pretty nice. Also, a note on working from home: KPMG gives you the option to work from home, but it depends greatly upon your practice and the needs/expectations of your client. For me personally, if I'm not required to be at the client site (which can vary from always to sometimes to never) I can work from home and almost never go into KPMG's office itself. In sum, I'm pretty happy overall with KPMG's benefits package and extra perks; for me, the main thing I want improved is getting a higher salary and bonus (which, while competitive with the market, it is not leading the market).
Pension plan, PTO, eye insurance, dental insurance,
25 days PTO when you start
great benefit, 401k, long maternity leaves, flexible hours depending on your team, great PTOs and whole week off during Christmas, sabbatical opportunities.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.