Take a look at KPMG's Lynne Doughtie on CNBC's Squawk Box discussing the 2018 KPMG U.S. CEO Outlook. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKRu
How do Defense Department CIOs meet the RMF mandate? Tony Hubbard, head of KPMG's Government Cybersecurity practice explains in this video: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKvZ
KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory services firm, operates from 87 offices with more than 23,000 employees and partners throughout the U.S.
KPMG's One Firm culture is changing the way we do things. Together as one team, we will forge the future of the firm through transformation, innovation and acceleration. This will bring greater career opportunities for our professionals and make KPMG a greater organization for the individuals who come behind us. There's a place for your skills, ideas and interests here, along with opportunity to set the pace for years to come. We offer an award-winning work environment, challenging career development programs, global opportunities, and the chance to work with some of the best and brightest people.
We all have a purpose at KPMG. Explore yours.
KPMG is a firm with a rich history of doing great work and making a difference. Individually and as a firm, we inspire confidence and empower change in so many different ways. We truly believe that everyone is here for a purpose. Whether our purpose is to serve our clients directly or to help those who do, we all contribute to the bigger picture.
At KPMG, purpose is the difference that has always set us apart. Purpose is the difference between managing military inventory and delivering lifesaving aid to our allies. Between reconciling conflicting financial claims and helping bring hostages home. Between certifying election results and strengthening a young democracy. Between monitoring a cleanup and helping a nation heal after a tragedy. This difference in perspective has enabled us to inspire confidence and empower change for over 100 years, and it will for 100 more. Because at KPMG, purpose is the difference between doing our job and knowing why it matters.
Our commitment to your career development helps to set us apart as an employer. We want to enhance your potential, both for yourself and as a contributor to our firm. That’s why we provide every opportunity to expand your skills, knowledge, and experiences through formal education and training programs, leadership development opportunities, and rotational assignments, as well as informal one-on-one coaching and mentoring from your KPMG colleagues.
Come as you are. Go where you want.
You bring a unique perspective to the table. The path that led you here, the experiences you’ve formed, the skills you’ve cultivated... they are what enable you to contribute to KPMG in ways no one else can. You are who you are, and that's who we want.
We care about you – the person, the professional, the teammate and friend. We encourage authenticity, honor individual priorities, and respect your choices. KPMG's benefits and rewards, diversity networks, and the recognition we've received demonstrate the value we place on the contributions of everyone who works here.
KPMG's Diversity Networks create a more compelling work environment with an emphasis on engagement and career enrichment for diverse talent through national and local initiatives that offer support, drive retention, and accelerate readiness for advancement.
An exceptional combination of skills, perspectives and experiences drive innovation—and our success. That’s why we're invested in developing, retaining and advancing diverse, high-performing professionals like you. And why we created programs like Future Diversity Leaders, Managing Career Life Strategies, Leadership Essentials and Pride 15, accelerating your career potential to support you throughout your entire professional journey, so you can hone your skills, expand your experiences, and connect with mentors and sponsors who are committed to helping you succeed. At KPMG, you can take your career where you are driven to go.
Team: We make each other better by working together.
Work-Life/Flexibility: Flexibility to help you manage work and life.
The People: Our people are smart, adaptable, and team-oriented.
Our Culture: Friendly, high-performing, and energetic.
The Work: Challenging and interesting.
Approachable leadership: We’re in it together.
Growing: Increasing our market share constantly.
Professional Growth/Career Progression: Transparency to career tracks, amazing training, and ability to transfer internally and do rotations.
Entrepreneurial in Spirit: You’re not just a number – you can see the difference your contributions make to the firm’s success.
Recognition: Your hard work does not go unnoticed.
I worked at KPMG full-time (More than 3 years)
KPMG has competitive benefits, salary rates, and work/life balance. Additionally, I felt like I was treated fairly by managers during the year end review process and always felt as if I was putting out high-quality, sufficiently reviewed work.
They place an emphasis on societal contribution and offer great training opportunities. In the IT Audit (Risk Assurance) field, they encourage and will pay for personnel to get relevant certifications. Finally, there is a relatively transparent path through the organization, especially from the Associate to Director level.
Workload can be demanding at times, also as you progress through your career (specifically as experienced associate or senior associate) you will end up managing new college hires which can present problems in some scenarios.
I applied online. I interviewed at KPMG.
Interview lasted for about 15 minutes. The interview was interactive and the questions asked were average. The whole process took months though the HR was on hand to inform one of the next steps in the process