High-performance and collaborative culture with strong core values and great work-life balance
A Great Workplace: KPMG is recognized by a variety of external organizations for being a great place to work and build a career for all its people. For example, FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For, LearningElite Top Ten, Universum's World's Most Attractive Employers, Universum Top 100 Ideal Employers for Young Professionals; DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity, Training Magazine's Top 10 Hall of Fame, Working Mother 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, Working Mother Best Companies for Multicultural Women, Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index, Top 100 Military Friendly Employers, 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces, and Best Employer for Asian Pacific American Professionals.
A Great Portrait of History: The firm has a rich history of doing great work and making a difference, not only for its clients and its people, but for society at large.
A Collaborative Culture: Just like an orchestra, the firm comes together and perform as one team to reach its full potential and achieve great things.
A High-Performance Culture: Committed to having the best people with the skills and determination to deliver above and beyond; and about aspiring to the next level.
Flexible WorkLife Balance: Committed to offering its people access to a range of flexible schedules and arrangements that work for them while also meeting the needs of the firm.
Sound Core Values: Leads by example; work together; respect the individual; seek the facts and provide insig
Kpmg is Professional Services firm, it’s a very competitive firm and I was delighted to be given the position
A typical day at work in Kpmg is a very challenging one with new things to learn everyday. It definitely left me eager to learn more everyday. I learnt more about time management, team work, the importance of ethics in a business, communication and interpersonal skills.
The management in Kpmg is great, they are really nice and accommodating people. They make work bearable and understandable. They have a good communication with the staff and our open to feedback.
The workplace culture was amazing, there was strong ethical value in the firm such as intergrity, accountability, competence and so many more. The working and non-working staff are completely professional with each other and equally friendly. It was a very conducive atmosphere to learn.
The hardest part of the Job was the extensive work that needed to be done that needed longer hours of work. So it involves a lot of late nights.
The most enjoyable part was definitely the people, they are very nice and friendly people and made the work bearable. Communication flow was very good. Also there are benefits and rewards for all staffs which made the work bearable
Points positifsGood working environment, Friendly co-workers. Employees benefits, strong management support
A very demanding environment that allows a good time for fun with all kinds of different people.
-I do not always go to our main office as my job is client based. I normally go to the client and attend kick off meetings and consult with clients as and when I need to based on the scope of work. I also travel a lot.
-Communication with the team is very important. This should include communication with regards to time, clarity and your basic understanding of the project at hand.
-As expected, some are friendly and great to work for however some do not have people skills to handle situations as required and professionally
-Co workers are also all very different. All great to work with however not like any other individual can be unreasonable and unsupportive.
-The hardest part of the job is when I am left alone as a junior to projects on my own. I also appreciate the opportunity as it allows a lot of learning and independence even though it might be stressful.
-Travelling and thus meeting and talking to different people at all times. The co-workers that are also there to advise you during hardships of their experiences and that the workplace is an environment where one should continuously adapt and take all experiences as they come.
Points positifsMeeting people in very high positions
- Days are deadline and productivity driven.
- Time is very important and should be used productively and chargeable to the client.
- Management is helpful however they appreciate individuals who take initiative and show the willingness to take on more responsibility while they are able to complete their duties as well.
- The hardest part of the job is working overtime and late hours to reach client expectations and deadlines even though the time provided is unreasonable to complete the work required. The rewards/compensation is not market related and equivalent to the work load and pressure.
- The most enjoyable part is the travelling and meeting new people and being challenged on every audit engagement. Builds character and develops your skills while learning new skills.
Points positifsGreat training and travel.
Points négatifsLong hours and low compensation/rewards.
With lots to learn from peers and superiors. I wish to work in KPMG again. For a long time.
I joined in KPMG knowing my existing skills set. My managers helped me mould my skills set and instilled confidence in my professional behavior. Despite being an entry level internal auditor, my manager believed I could successful be responsible for the overall execution of internal audit engagements.
Points positifsGrowth, Team, Ability to develop soft skills and meet similar people who are different than you
Points négatifsLong hours can be stressful to individual health
As a Risk advisory internal auditor helping National Power Parks Management Company Limited accomplish its objective by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes.
• Creating Checklist to ensure work in conformance with work standards and Quality and Risk management guidelines.
• Ensuring Compliance with established internal control procedures by examining records, operating practices, and documentation.
KPMG Maldives is one of the finest audit firm in the world, they are treating their employees in accordance to the global complience
I'm taking this decision for my personal development, not on any frustration, matters with anyone of the firm. KPMG Maldives is a better place for learn. but when compared to Sri Lanka it is less supportive environment for learning.
Points positifsA better place for learn withing the firm
Points négatifsThere is no learning environment of the ountry
KPMG has a good working environment where people are supportive to positive change and continuous learning.
A typical day involves working on creating risk based audit plans for clients and implementing them through in-depth internal audit procedures.
Part of our job involves creating or amending manuals according the current best practices and amendments on the laws and regulations.
• Identified audit procedures needed in ascertaining the fairness of the client’s financial statements
• Perform business process documentation and testing of key internal controls
• Prepare letters, reporting package, and memorandum submitted to auditors abroad and other communications
• Heavy use of Excel, SQL, Visio
• 75% domestic and international travel
KPMG as one of the BIG four companies and offers one with much needed experience.
The culture and the people are amazing and it is one of the best companies that cares about ones development, both career wise and education wise.
It offers one the platform to also grow with a benefit of acquiring good people skills.
Points positifsQualification/education driven
Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise KPMG
Comment avez-vous obtenu votre premier entretien chez KPMG ?
Posée le 20 févr. 2018
Avec la directrice sur rdv
Réponse du 29 sept. 2020
Réponse du 20 oct. 2018
Comment décririez-vous l’ambiance de travail chez KPMG ?
Posée le 16 oct. 2019
Pas conviviable, aucun effort fourni pour intégrer les nouveaux arrivants
Réponse du 17 mai 2021
Tendue, stressante, plusieurs burn-out...
Réponse du 8 mars 2021
Quelles sont les questions posées lors d’un entretien chez KPMG ?
Posée le 18 juil. 2019
Belle question 🥰
Vous voyez le nombre de candidat que j’ai à voir. Pourquoi vous ?
Conseil ne pas décrire votre Cv, il c’est déjà le lire 🤣
Réponse du 11 juil. 2021
On vous pose des questions vos dernières expériences et sur votre motivation. Vous faites des souhaits mais ils n'en tiennent pas compte.
Réponse du 4 févr. 2020
Quels conseils donneriez-vous à une personne ayant un entretien chez KPMG ?
Posée le 24 sept. 2018
Réviser les écritures comptables, savoir se présenter
Réponse du 9 juil. 2021
Etre naturel et se renseigner sur les activités du cabinet. Savoir exprimer ses attentes et ses envies, le cabinet sait en tenir compte.
Réponse du 2 févr. 2020
Quelles sont les perspectives de carrière chez KPMG ?
Posée le 20 déc. 2017
aucune si vous ne léchez pas les bottes du chef
Réponse du 21 mai 2021
Chaque année, le consultant passe au grade suivant avec une augmentation de salaire d'environ 10% (variable selon le niveau de salaire auquel le consultant a démarré)/