Compare KPMG vs Adeler, Pollock, and Sheehan BETA

See how Adeler, Pollock, and Sheehan vs. KPMG compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
3.7
(based on 17802 reviews)
2.9
(based on 4 reviews)
Career Opportunities
4.0
2.2
Compensation & Benefits
3.2
2.5
Work-life balance
2.9
4.1
Senior Management
3.3
2.4
Culture & Values
3.7
2.3
CEO Approval
KPMG Ceo Lynne Doughtie
87%Lynne Doughtie
Adeler, Pollock, and Sheehan Ceo Robert P. Brooks
N/ARobert P. Brooks
% Recommend to a friend
76%
N/A
Positive Business Outlook
61%
34%

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What Employees Say

Pros
"Work life balance"(in 975 reviews)
"Work environment"(in 789 reviews)
There are no reviews matching this company.
Cons
"Long working hours"(in 2449 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 2369 reviews)
Featured Review
"Associate"11 Nov 2019

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at KPMG full-time

Pros

Good training programme and continuous learning

Cons

None that I can find

"Average"1 Mar 2018

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Adeler, Pollock, and Sheehan full-time for more than 3 years

Pros

Family health insurance is reasonable. If you have the right position the people you work w/every day are great.

Cons

Nepotism is rampant so people are forced to work w/unqualified and commonly useless relatives of the partners. They nickel & dime the employees then waste hundreds of thousands on relatives that... use the place for experience, as have none so the actual employees have to pick up their slack, either training them or usually just doing what should be their job too while they play on their phones all day.

Advice to Management

End the nepotism, give your hard working employees the bonuses and raises they've earned instead of just the partners and their relatives. Even "ex"-partners" relatives are given preferential... treatment over your current employees! If your son, daughter, niece or nephew can't get a job w/o you, you should ask them why. It would be one thing if they were there to learn but mostly they're just collecting free money, sliding by a job they don't even seem to want, while your employees resent them. Most of them aren't doing their jobs (some are but its apparent which is which).

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