KPMG
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KPMG Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Bill Thomas
  • Founded
    1987
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (SGD)
  • Industry
    Management & Consulting
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 885 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 7K reviews and is evolving.
3.8820173.8520183.6220192.9220203.502021

Reviews

Senior Associate in Singapore
on September 1, 2021
Typical big4
Work extremely long hours. Luck of the draw whether you get a good team or manager. Some managers and bosses are very unappreciative of your work. Ratings are also not fair as it depends on the project assigned to you
Senior Associate in Singapore
on July 25, 2021
Good starting point for fresh grads
Generally a good company with structured learning and career progression eg promotion every year. Long working hours. Good if you are looking to progress in finance or auditing.
Manager in Singapore
on September 30, 2020
Toxic culture dominated by Indians and aussies (with infighting amongst them)
Toxic culture - small groups that fight against each other (and amongst themselves). Need to lick axx of / drink heavily with partners and directors at parties for career advancement. And employees pay for their own computer screens.Mediocre work quality.Office has not been renovate since 1970s.Basically all about profits for the partners
Senior Auditor in Singapore
on September 16, 2020
Typical audit experience
Joining as a fresh graduate, training will be provided and accounting foundation will be built throughout engagements. Generally pleasant colleagues to work with. Expect late nights and deadline, as usual in the audit industry.
Auditor in Singapore
on August 17, 2020
underpaid overworked
Audit function (year 2020):you know the meme that 'if you do a good job, you get to do other people's job too'? yup. thats KPMG; incompetence gets rewarded. hardworking competent individuals suffer with heavy workload and are slowly decreasing in numbers due to this reason (all are leaving the firm)KPMG SG is slowly being overtaken by mid joiners from different firms and malaysia, with these experienced hires bringing in their 'face time' culture (where online = hardworking), without getting anything done. These mid-joiners are diluting the friendly culture KPMG once had.you will have to protect yourself a lot, as there are a lot of finger pointing when anything goes wrong. there is no clear line on what your job scope is, reiterating again that if you show a bit of competence, you basically just do everything.despite audit being essential, partners are cutting our pay in the form of deferred promotion. there is no clear direction of what their response given the covid-19 pandemic. partners themselves say that the audit function is doing well, but then conveniently said that they are not 'meeting targets' when deciding to defer promotion.

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