Good place to start a professional services career, good benefits and environment, bad management and weak leadership may be a hindrance to work and career advancement, firm is not forward thinking as a whole compared to other Big4
Business Development Administrator (Former Employee) – Melbourne City Centre VIC – 20 August 2018
Position was in the consultant side of KPMG. very fast paced work environment. Management were always available to speak to and very proactive in solving the issues. Great team to work with and great workplace culture
Sales and Marketing coordinator (Former Employee) – AU – 3 January 2018
Really enjoyed the variety and type of work I was doing. Great exposure to the corporate environment and career progression looked good too. High energy days with lots of responsibility and great learning curve.
Tax Consultant (Former Employee) – Sydney NSW – 27 December 2017
Young and hard-working team. Challenging environment where there is ability to extend and develop skills, particularly on the communication and leadership front. There is a lot of competition amongst peers.
Senior Analyst (Former Employee) – Sydney – 2 October 2017
- Supportive co-workers below manager level. - Pays for CA. - Yearly promotion. - Good for university graduates who have no other work experience and want a 3-year crash course on the corporate struggle. - Variety of clients and industries to work with. - Opportunity to manage fairly quickly.
Cons - Low-quality training. - Horrible hours and worse pay. - Majority of managers are poor at project management and worse at leadership. - Division starts to notice you only after you have your CA and get job offers outside the firm. - Strong culture of playing internal politics and favoritism. - High employee turnover gets demoralizing.
Management Consultant - Director of Development (Former Employee) – Sydney NSW – 30 May 2017
Business analysts get to work on big projects with some of the worlds largest companies. The opportunities for networking and expanding your skillset are amazing, and you'll work with some extremely smart people.
Personal and professional growth
It can be difficult to find a career track in the company
Management Consultant (Former Employee) – Australia – 17 May 2017
Reasonable remuneration with many opportunities for further professional development for driven individuals. Client facing management consulting roles may involve engagements from a few weeks to a few years, depending on the client. Majority of the work is in operational strategy or project implementation.