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Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on Jan 25th, 2021
"Treated equally, equal opportunity for career advancement and feel supported "
"Not many role models who have a sustainable marriage and children. "
"Women are catty and everyone knows this. There are a lot of politics and you have to know how to play the game. I was never supported in my role and working remote just didn't help things."
Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on Nov 20th, 2020
"I absolutely loved KPMG. There is truly no place like it! The people I worked with at the Montvale campus were like family. I left over a year ago and still have great friends. Two ladies in particular mentored me throughout my time there and one is still very present in helping me navigating my career now. I'd go back to KPMG in a heartbeat! The Network of Women group was very well positioned and definitely made an impact on campus. I felt very respected by peers of all backgrounds, ages, and levels. I've never felt more comfortable in a work environment and it still holds true. I completed meaningful work, met some of the greatest people, and benefitted from so many perks like the events, gifts, summer Fridays, beautiful cafeteria and campus, and more. Highly recommend pursuing a career here! "
Anonymous shared this review of KPMG, United States on Nov 18th, 2020
"It depends on how good the health insurance of your spouse is, really. The health care options as pretty bad. But if your main priority is flexible work, KPMG could be a good option. "
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