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KPMG Recognized as One of Canada’s Top 100 Employers
October 13, 2012
KPMG has been listed as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for the seventh year in a row. Canada’s Top 100 Employers is a competition that is held every year to recognize institutions that have revolutionized their businesses. The competition is praised by the Globe and Mail as a commendable resource for human resource professionals.
The competition uses eight selection criteria for businesses. Businesses are selected based on the quality of the workplace they offer and the benefits they provide to their employees. The overall emphasis of the competition is on recognizing employers who are dedicated to self-actualization as well as the financial stability and comfort of their employees.
KPMG was selected for a variety of reasons including its flexible work hours and employee development opportunities.
Kristy Carscallen, Chief Human Resources Officer at KPMG, has said KPMG is proud to have received the accommodation. She said that KPMG is committed to helping employees build a lucrative career with an organization they can be proud of.
Carscallen said that KPMG ensures its employees are given the opportunity to work on meaningful and challenging projects. They also have the opportunity to build relationships with other leading professionals across the globe.