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About KPMG

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 is leading the industry in new and exciting ways. Our size and strength make us much more agile and responsive to changing trends. We believe diversity drives innovation. Diverse ideas, perspectives,
 – more... and experiences drive innovation — and success. That’s why we’re invested in developing, retaining, and advancing diverse, high-performing professionals.

Joining us and be part of a team that values and encourages an innovative and transforming culture, where you can create lasting change. – less

KPMG Employer Reviews

Associate CRM Support (Former Employee), Montvale, NJJune 17, 2014
"They offer many benefits towards your "Work & Life balance", and many, many, more firm benefits that just won't fit in this summary box." - 62 similar reviews
Senior Office Service Rep (Former Employee), Washington, DCDecember 19, 2012
"Hardest part of job was the long hours from family, Day ends at 5:30pm." - 16 similar reviews
Senior Associate (Former Employee), New York, NYJuly 28, 2014
Business Administration (Former Employee), London Canary WharfJuly 28, 2014
Senior Executive- Learning and Development (Current Employee), Bangalore, KAJuly 27, 2014

Working at KPMG

  • This job has been posted here, on monster and other boards not to mention KPMG's own website ( for what has to be at least a year and a half now. what's...
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  • Can anyone explain KPMG's attitude towards teams in the organisation and any organisational objectives relating to the structure, management and functioning of teams.
  • RIF's – 0 replies
    How are job prospects now as it relates to the economy? Are some offices letting people go rather than hiring?
  • KPMG Short Hills NJ – 0 replies
    I have an interview at the Short Hills Office (tax department) and would appreciate some feedback regarding that office's culture, etc. I have previously heard some negati...