KPMG Benefits FAQ

Read what KPMG employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at KPMG include Vacation & Paid Time Off, Maternity & Paternity Leave and Sick Leave. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at KPMG listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at KPMG.

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16 December 2019

Pros

5 weeks of PTO plus 9-10 holidays each year; flexibility to work remotely; 401k contribution in addition to a pension; medical, dental and vision coverage options

Cons

Workload at times is very intense.

10 holidays each year; flexibility to work remotely; 401k contribution in addition to a pension; medical, dental and vision coverage options

16 December 2019

Reviewed by: Marketing Director (Current Employee)

20 January 2021

Pros

Name recognition, WFH stipend, 401k match, Travel opportunities

Cons

Horrible insurance - my new company's insurance is 1/5th the cost with 5x the coverage. Relocating is nearly impossible. Rotating to other teams is also nearly impossible. The culture is extremely toxic. Seniors and managers will tell you to your face you did a good job on something, only to tear you to shreds behind your back to the partners. Utilization goals and work life balance are both impossible. You will not realize how horrible it is to work at this company until you leave. I received more respect working in fast food than I did here. Leadership is the opposite of transparent. We were not informed about layoffs until 8am on the morning of layoffs. This company pays plenty of money to get ranked highly on different workplace rating articles, but let me assure you they view you as an input of labor and nothing else. Management does a horrendous job of planning out engagements and will always have you working until 3am the night before something is due, even if they knew about the deadline months in advance. The pay is obscenely below market and the bonus structure is pathetic.

Advice to Management

Gut management and start over. Pay attention to what associates and senior associates are experiencing. Our utilization goals are dependent on how many deals the partners win in the market - so associates should not be punished for a partner's failure. Either increase salary or set expectations lower. We are not robots. We are human beings. Be clear about expectations and deadlines.

my new company's insurance is 1/5th the cost with 5x the coverage.

20 January 2021

Reviewed by: Valuation Associate in Houston, TX (Former Employee)

20 June 2021

Pros

Benefits (Medical, Dental) / Good learning opportunities available

Cons

Long hours, constantly short on staff

Benefits (Medical, Dental) / Good learning opportunities available

20 June 2021

Reviewed by: Audit & Assurance Senior (Former Employee)

7 January 2019

Pros

Good insurance coverage benefits for employee,

Cons

Not much growth. You get stuck at the same position.

Good insurance coverage benefits for employee,

7 January 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

6 October 2019

Pros

The name on your CV. Get to learn if you can work 14 hours a day, 6 days a week. Full medical coverage

Cons

Work life balance, salary, routine

Full medical coverage

6 October 2019

Reviewed by: Consultant in Moscow (Former Employee)

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