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  • KPMG is the only Big Four firm to bring all of its interns together for a comprehensive national training program. More than 1500 students from more than 300 colleges and universities attended the training in Orlando in June.

  • Learn the 7 steps companies can take to help succeed as a 21st Century Enterprise.

  • Reinventing the Finance Function - KPMG Principal Sanjay Sehgal says it's time for finance functions to reinvent themselves in this new Digital Age.

  • Take a look at what my employer KPMG - and other companies - offer their employees as 'summer' perks!

    Forget Summer Fridays. These companies offer cool summer perks

    And in a tight job market where employers are struggling to find workers, companies are getting more creative with the seasonal perks they offer in order to stand out from their competitors. Almost 75% of companies have reported increasing their benefits to retain workers, while 58% have done it attract new talent, according to the 2018 employee benefits survey from the Society for Human Resource Management.

  • KPMG U.S. CEO Lynne Doughtie says it's crucial to know your own personal values. Interviews aren't just about skills, they're about communicating the things that make you uniquely you.

    A Most Unusual Way To Impress KPMG CEO Lynne Doughtie At Your Job Interview

    If you're talented enough to land a job interview with KPMG U.S. CEO and Chairman Lynne Doughtie, here's a most unusual way to make a positive impression on her. Ask a question about the company's values. "For a potential employee to ask me that question, that would be such a positive," she told me from her office at the company's New York headquarters.

  • Take a look at KPMG's Lynne Doughtie on CNBC's Squawk Box discussing the 2018 KPMG U.S. CEO Outlook.

    CEO outlook shows confidence in growth: KPMG survey

    Lynne Doughtie, KPMG U.S. CEO and chairman, talks about the results of an exclusive new study of 400 American chief executives and their read on the economy, growth and biggest fears for the future of their companies.

  • How do Defense Department CIOs meet the RMF mandate? Tony Hubbard, head of KPMG's Government Cybersecurity practice explains in this video:

  • Executives from Sinclair Broadcast Group discuss how KPMG helped their full platform transformation.

  • What will the Auditor of the future look like? KPMG has a few ideas. #yourcareerinspired

    Audit 2023: Is this how you'll uncover fraud?

    How will audit technology help your team discover the truth?

  • Solar and geothermal technologies are promising renewable energy sources, says KPMG’s Regina Mayor. Discover why the future is bright in the energy landscape.

    KPMGVoice: Perspectives: Why The Future Is Bright For Renewables And Fossil Fuels

    The energy landscape is transforming significantly, but a constant remains: Global demand keeps growing. Even as consumption rises, the world's need to reduce its burning of carbon-emitting fossil fuels has become apparent. Finding ways to do that presents challenges and opportunities. Projects generating energy from renewable sources have become viable additions to the mix.

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