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Salary at KPMG
- Average rating for Salary, based on 49 reviews5.4 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
Coming in I though the progression through pay grades was a lot quicker and that the pay would get higher quite quickly. I have been informed bonuses are few and far between.
The general training provided and CA training provided are priceless and therefore the salary is slightly low however the experiences that you have are also invaluable.
For the hours worked, salary is not great however you don't work at a big4 firm for the starting salary.
Bonus has a good arrangement in my team. I understand different teams within KPMG work differently
Good at a graduate level, not enough evidence of bonuses or pay rises in the future unless there is a jump in position
No bonuses that I've heard of and the starting salary is good not amazing.
Pay could be better considering you can find junior roles that do not require a degree that pay as much, if not more, than this role.
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
Great benefits in terms of medical discounts, super and life insurance.
The social events and audit drinks are the best, as well as client and non-client lunches and social events. We also get awards for exceptional performance with monetary values attached that we are able to select gift vouchers for.
They will entirely pay for your CA program and have in house training for which they put time aside. There are normally team lunches or dinners and most expenses that are incurred getting out to clients etc. are paid back by the company.
Opportunities for overseas secondment
Getting to charge taxis after 7pm back from the office, dinners if you work after 8.
Group get-togethers & social events, random free tickets, taxis home
We occasionally have free lunches. There are sporadic social drinks on Friday afternoons (average around 1 every 6 weeks). Excellent volunteer day program and a social club that has events you can pay for and attend.
Loads of social club events - you have to pay $150 annually for membership, but it works out cheaper than if you have to fork out for drinks/dinner on your own.
Lunches and other team functions. Quarterly events etc.
food and taxis working past certain hours
A very comprehensive employee benefit program.