As one of the world’s leading professional services firms, KPMG is looking for a diverse and inclusive workforce that brings multiple perspectives to the table and allows the team to be more creative in problem solving for clients. The company, which has over 24,000 partners and professionals in all 50 states and even more people operating around the world, provides audit, tax, and advisory services in multiple industries.
Though KPMG is large, employees don’t become just another number. KPMG truly cares about the professional development of each member of its staff and provides each employee a performance management leader. As Paul Reda, a manager in the firm’s healthcare advisory practice, shares, “My performance management leader is fantastic. He’s actually kept me happy at KPMG and pushed me to do better and strive. It’s hard to grow without getting that constructive feedback.”
KPMG isn’t only invested in the career growth of its workers—this firm looks out for its employees in every aspect. “What I love about the culture at KPMG is that not only am I rewarded for hard work, I’m also rewarded with the flexibility of a work-life balance,” expresses Nicole Porpiglia, an associate with the trading and customs practice. If an employee spends extra hours working on a large project, he or she will be encouraged to take time off to make up for it.
KPMG wants to fill its available positions with open-minded and innovative hard workers who want to make an impact on the world and give back to the community. If this sounds like you, this company might be a perfect fit.
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Abby works in health education and prevention at a university in Washington, DC. When she’s not trying to make the world a healthier place, you can find her taking selfies with her cat (Mildred Meow Meow), hunting down the city's best grilled cheese, or zipping through the city on her bike, named Libby. Say hi on Twitter.More from this Author