KPMG, a multinational professional services network and one of the Big Four accounting organizations invites applications from freshers, experienced people, and returning women with career gaps in India.
The company said on its ad page, “At KPMG in India, we strive to understand more about you through an elaborate, interactive, and fair evaluation process. Whether you are still at school, just setting out on a career path, you are a right fit for us if you can create innovative, strategic, and pragmatic Ideas…if you can drive quality… if you can foster innovation, self-awareness, etc”
“To suit our business needs, we recruit across a range of degrees, disciplines, skills, abilities, and educational backgrounds. We believe in having diversity, commitment, and ambition. We value and welcome innovative ideas, strategies, and approaches and we’re interested in you and your unique take on the world.” the company added.
KPMG India also invites applications from experienced people and said,” There has never been a more exciting time to work at KPMG in India. Every day our people are making a difference by helping to transform business, enhance performance and create value for our clients by solving their most critical challenges.”
“Working at KPMG in India means you’ll have the opportunity to expand your global mindset, through international career opportunities and have access to world-class learning and development tools while working alongside some of the brightest minds in business, addressing complex issues and making a difference.” It added.
Recently the company has also announced its new initiative “KPMG in India’s Returning Women Program“. Under this program, it hires women professionals with career gaps.
Announcing the KPMG in India’s Returning Women Program, the company said, “We strongly believe in fostering a work environment where women can flourish, and implementing initiatives that support, advance, retain and reward them. Not only is it the right thing to do, for us, it is also a smart and strategic business imperative to be a more inclusive and diverse firm,”
Elaborating on the returning women program, KPMG said, “The program will help women make a meaningful second career comeback, keeping in mind the agility factor. Through the program, the firm enables women to return to the working world after a career break, by providing opportunities akin to their skills and experiential learning, and a robust ecosystem of enablers,”
“We envision to facilitate the absorption and empowerment of returning women professionals with a holistic approach.” It added.
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KPMG was established in India in August 1993. Its professionals leverage the global network of firms and are conversant with local laws, regulations, markets, and competition. KPMG has offices across India in Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Noida, Pune, Vadodara, and Vijayawada.
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