KPMG is a recognized leader on the professional services market throughout the world, and we have every right to be proud of this fact. The driving force behind our reputation is our employees, who have invested a lot of energy in the development of our business.
KPMG in Russia’s clients include most major Russian companies from all different lines of business. Upon joining the firm, the employees of the Audit, Advisory and Tax Departments are given the opportunity to choose their area of expertise and the industry in which they will work, making it possible for them to broaden their career prospects and to begin working on client projects in the industry of their choosing from their very first day at KPMG.
A culture of mutual assistance has grown and developed over the course of KPMG’s long history worldwide, as well as in the twenty-year history of KPMG in Russia. An employee from any practice or department can turn to colleagues or to his or her manager for advice at any time. We have complete trust in everyone we hire, and welcome initiative from every member of our team.
It is no secret that auditors and consultants often have an intense work schedule, filled with business trips and tight deadlines for getting work done. We value the work of our people highly; after all it is one of the foundations of the high quality of KPMG’s services. However, we value a balance between the personal life and professional career of each of our employees even higher.
Our flexible policy on maternity and child care leave, compensation of overtime, organization of regular corporate events for employees and their families, and medical insurance are just a few of the things KPMG does to make sure that the lives of its employees are not confined to work alone.
Without its people KPMG would be incapable of intensive growth and development, and could not win and maintain stable market positions. On the flip side, KPMG does everything in its power to develop its employees’ professional and personal skills, making use of a wide range of opportunities.
The specifics of work in a company that provides professional services implies constant self-improvement, which is why we pay special attention to the professional development of our people. Regular training sessions make it possible for both young and seasoned KPMG employees to hone their skills and to keep up with the latest professional trends, as well as to become professionals of international standing.