Big Four firm KPMG has topped the Sunday Times league table of the
20 Best Big Companies to Work for 2006.
The award is only availalbe to companies or organisations with more than
5,000 staff with companies from the financial sector dominating the list.
KPMG won based on getting the best response from its own employees on such
things as company values and principles, attitudes to training, work-life
balance and pay and benefits.
The news will be welcomed by new senior partner John Griffith Jones
(pictured), who takes over in October.
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