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Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on Aug 12th, 2022
"Be prepared to get mommy-tracked, if you choose to have a kid while at the firm. The hardest workers get burned out."
Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on Jul 21st, 2022
"KPMG encourages women to thrive by providing mentorship programs, professional development and generous paid time off."
Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on Jul 14th, 2022
"KPMG has been a wonderful place for my career growth. I came in recently married, and now have my third child within the five years employed with KPMG. The parental leave is pretty good, it is better than most places I would say. Despite being through 2 maternity leaves, I have been promoted to manager during my time here. When I asked for time off (sabatical) to study for my CPA exam it was granted to me, no questions asked. When I asked to be a remote employee it was also granted to me. They have been so accomidating to all of my requests. During the pandemic especially everyone was very understanding that I would not be working as many hours due to childcare circumstances. As long as you are communicating your wants and needs, I think KPMG would be more than happy to meet them. "
Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on Jul 13th, 2022
"KPMG has provided me so many opportunities to grow and shape my career in ways that I could not have imagined. I'm proud to be able to work for an organization that allows me to take on the technology challenges that I love as well as to support the DEI and ESG initatives that are important to me on a perosnal level. 10/10, would recommend! "
Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on May 25th, 2022
"The firm empowers everyone to be the best they can be. We have a strong female leadership presence and recognize and reward the different lense we all bring to the table."
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