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KPMG second best ‘big’ UK employer

Third year in a row firm named among top big employers

KPMG has been
named as one of the top three large organisations to work for in the UK – for
the third consecutive year.

The firm took second place in the
Sunday
Times ‘Best Big Companies’
category for organisations with more than 5,000
employees.

In 2006, KPMG was ranked in first place, and achieved third place the
previous year.

John
Griffith-Jones
, chairman and senior partner of KPMG LLP, said: ‘The
Sunday Times award consolidates KPMG’s position as one of the very best
employers in the UK, and we are naturally proud that we continue to be
recognised in this way. I am particularly pleased to see that 81 percent of our
people surveyed would strongly recommend working for KPMG, and that 81 percent
agreed that our people care about each other – a category in which we scored the
highest of all the big companies surveyed.’

Further reading:

Performance: cull to be kind

More than quarter of a million ‘sickies’ predicted

E&Y scoops fourth place in Best UK Employer poll

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