55% of employees are proud to be part of the KPMG brand while 74% of employees believe they work in a positive work environment. KPMG's Employer Brand is comprised of a C+ rating for Retention, a D rating for Office Culture, and a C- rating for Happiness. Employer Branding is an important aspect for companies looking to obtain and retain talent.
KPMG is in the Top 50% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
KPMG is in the Bottom 15% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
KPMG is in the Bottom 35% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
KPMG's Culture score is a collective aggregate of employee feedback across categories like Environment, Team, and Leadership. Below the culture score, happiness score, & eNPS help demonstrate KPMG's Employer Brand at the department level.
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Employee Perception represents the core of KPMG's Employer Brand. We have broken perception into three categories: KPMG Retention (Overall Grade: C+), KPMG Office Culture (Overall Grade: D), and KPMG Happiness (Overall Grade: C-).
We asked KPMG employees questions about their pay, coworker quality, and much more. For Retention, KPMG ranks in the Bottom 45% of other companies in New York and Top 50% of similar sized companies on Comparably.
KPMG employees were asked to rate their office vibes, business climate, and other critical KPMG culture questions. For Office Culture, KPMG ranks in the Bottom 15% of other companies in New York and Bottom 15% of similar sized companies on Comparably.
KPMG employees were asked a range of questions to gauge their overall happiness at the company. For Happiness, KPMG ranks in the Bottom 30% of other companies in New York and Bottom 35% of similar sized companies on Comparably.