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You’re going to work a lot but having KPMG on your resume will set you for life in the world of corporate accounting. You have to travel to various clients so it’s rare you’re working from the main office.
I enjoyed the time I spent at KPMG/Bearing Point. It was challenging and interesting. Most of the people were good folks. The last boss I had was a bit flaky but we just really never understood one another.
Provided great opportunity for job growth, however often provided untrained staff on projects so they learned at the customers expense
Overall great place to work for a self motivated individual. One has to manage their own career growth as it is easy to get lost in a matrixed organization. I gained so much experience working for the company as I was able to work across a variety of industries and was exposed to a large variety of fortune 500 companies.
The executive was 40k in the rears on his corporate credit card and the floating admin could not get his travel plans correct either. I was brought in to take care of expense report and was kept on. Executive would have liked me to stay on but his assistant was on a short term leave of absense
demanding work, but respected
unable to keep the assignment
My position allowed me to grow and take initiative as much as I could handle. I mentored others in new software. I thoroughly enjoyed my responsibilitis for numerous company functions and fundraising events.
Company team building sessions
Tax time deadlines all year
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A typical day at work was always fast paced. Constantly working with project teams to help create budget files, forecasting project economics and coordinating invoicing processes. Meetings were held frequently during the week with Partners, Senior Managers and Managers. My coworkers were very supportive yet very demanding. This was my first job in a huge company, therefore I learned so much relating to time management, relationship building, and working with a dynamic group of people. The most enjoyable part of my job was the traveling advantages. I attended training classes in other cities as well as having quarterly meetings in Seattle and Los Angeles. The hardest part of the job was learning how to prioritize since the work load was fairly heavy; it constituted a lot of overtime.
traveling and leadership support
some partners and leadership had unreasonable time lines.