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82 English questions out of 82

August 9, 2021

Does KPMG offer massages?

Pros

Free food, nice view, good experience, nice kitchen, a lot of nearby food places, and awesome technology

Cons

Really busy so there’s not a lot of support from peers, lots of hours - be prepared to be there before sunrise and be out after sun down

Advice to Management

More support

Free food, nice view, good experience, nice kitchen, a lot of nearby food places, and awesome technology

August 9, 2021

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March 16, 2022

Does KPMG offer dental insurance?

Pros

Good benefits and salary and priv dental insurance

Cons

Not many cons. Good company

Good benefits and salary and priv dental insurance

March 16, 2022

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March 12, 2020

Does KPMG have a pension plan?

Pros

Benefits with pension, looks good on your resume/leverage, ability to work from home, structured, opportunity to grow (based on a strict plan)

Cons

You will notice favoritism, a lack of work-life-balance, a lack of inclusiveness in the actual everyday environment—even though due to company policy, they strategically give the illusion of inclusiveness as an emphasized value. It can be a toxic corporate environment, there's a lot of 'sneakiness' that goes on based on consistent word-of-mouth in my experience. Keep in mind that it is not a unionized firm to work for so they could let you go at any point without reason – I've seen good employees disappear. They claim to have a system in-place to avoid being blindsided in suddenly being let go but (based on favouritism); you will be blindsided regardless and they will pay you off – the Labour Board and/or lawyers cannot help you as a result. People who work for KPMG bleed KPMG so do not trust everyone.

Advice to Management

Enforce inclusiveness in all aspects of the work environment. Allow for flexibility instead of just stating it as an attraction to potential candidates. And when you let go of an individual for a reason that isn't malicious on their end or a reason that is solely of your own—give that person the respect they deserve instead of denying them a legitimate explanation for termination – a handshake or something verbalized in regards to respect goes a long way and avoids bad blood and negative word-of-mouth.

Benefits with pension, looks good on your resume/leverage, ability to work from home, structured, opportunity to grow (based on a strict plan)

March 12, 2020

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March 8, 2022

Does KPMG offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great people, workload for me has been good, good benefits, $2000 mental health benefit

Cons

low salary, many are overworked

Great people, workload for me has been good, good benefits, $2000 mental health benefit

March 8, 2022

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January 10, 2020

Does KPMG offer life insurance?

Pros

Great benefits (ex: generous PTO, various insurance coverage, maternity leave, etc.)

Cons

Busy season (expected, but still rough)

Great benefits (ex: generous PTO, various insurance coverage, maternity leave, etc.)

January 10, 2020

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