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This year has been one of transition for KPMG, with U.S. chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie announcing that she won’t seek a second term and will end her leadership of the professional services firm in June 2020. The company continued to distinguish itself, from the perspective of employees, this year through its perks: student loan debt repaid up to $1,200 a year for each early career employee; health insurance; 36 paid days off each year, on average, for both full- and part-timers; and other benefits.

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Company Info

Employees and job openings are U.S.-only.
Rank last year36
Years on list
13
HQ location
New York City
Employees34,583
Job openings (as of February 2020)2,025
Industry
Professional Services
Revenue, 2019 or most recent year ($M)$29,750
Year founded
1897
Type of organization
Partnership
Number of work sites110
Websitehttps://www.kpmg.com/US

Perks

100% health coverage
no
Unlimited sick days
no
Telecommuting
yes
Job sharing
yes
Subsidized childcare
yes
Compressed work weeks
yes
Fully-paid sabbaticals
no
On-site fitness/subsidized gym
no
On-site medical care facility
no
Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
yes
Health insurance for part-timers
yes
Sick days for part-timers
yes
College tuition reimbursement
no
Student loan debt repayment
yes
Medical facility at all locations
no

Diversity

% Women44.7%
% Minorities33.4%
% African-American/Black6.3%
% Asian18.2%
% Caucasian/White66.5%
% Hispanic/Latino6.7%
% Native American/Alaska Native0.2%
% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander0.1%
% Two or more races1.9%
% Unknown ethnicity-
Date info provided
Aug. 27, 2019

Paid Time Off

PTO limit (days)34
# Sick days-

Compensation

Most common job (for salaried employee)-
Avg. base pay (salaried)-
Avg. extra compensation (salaried)-
Total pay for most common job (salaried)-

Hiring/Staffing (Past 12 Months)

Full-time and part-time job growth7%
# of job applicants243,961
Avg. # of applicants per opening20
# New graduates hired3,464