PracticeAccounting FirmsDeloitte expands team with 7 KPMG staff

Deloitte expands team with 7 KPMG staff

Deloitte has nabbed seven education and skills consultants from rival firm KPMG to expand its public sector team

Deloitte
has expanded its public sector practice by recruiting seven education and skills
consultants from KPMG and
11 other staff from school roles, the civil service and elsewhere in education.

The newly expanded team will consult on a range public and private sector
organisations including central government departments, local authorities,
colleges and private sector companies on issues of policy, implementation and
strategy.

Mike Turley, Deloitte head of public sector consulting, said the new,
enlarged education and skills team would work with colleges, private training
providers and other stakeholders in the public and private sectors.

Deloitte recently signed the Government’s Skills Pledge. Jo Munroe, Deloitte
HR manager responsible for implementing the training programme necessary to
fulfil the Skills Pledge, said the firm already had a comprehensive training
programme in place but this would take it a step further.

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