KPMG Employee Reviews for Senior Manager
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Lots of training -Diversity at its finest -Exposed to consulting and client interaction - Good people, good corporate experience, versatile You’re a number - it’s a numbers game -overworked and underpaid - promises but under delivered by management
Greatest place I have worked to date. They are a market leader training office providing their employees with a varied professional skill set. Definitely an employer I would recommend.
Professional firm with similar competing environment as most firms; more independent performance rather than team based performance; highly competitive environment; strict hierarchy
reputation, professionalism in employees, highly intelligent workforce;
inflexible, politically competitive and independent performance culture
Very professional and well educated teams of highly committed staff. Deliver quality service with significant technical experience across many industries. Leader in Vancouver in this area.
Technical skills gained in the area of communication, oral and written presentation, drafting financial statements, accounting and auditing Great flexibility as a Manager and Senior Manager Hardest part of the job is balance between work and social life Enjoyable part is working with senior people within the firm as well as C-suit executives of private and public companies
Great environment to gain broad experience. Very employee focused. Self motivated hard working individuals will find that they will get many opportunities to advance their careeer
Benefits and Salary
It's a fast paced environment and no ordinary day at work. I've learned a lot in both professional and other soft skills which help me to develop as a well rounded professional. It also provides many opportunities for challenges and advancement within the organization. Overall environment is supportive with good benefits offer to employees. The hardest part of the job is to maintain work life balance as this is public practice (with busy seasons). I also work with approx 20 bosses versus than one or two bosses in most industries and therefore time management is crucial in this profession. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I get to meet many other professionals (both externally and internally) throughout my career.