Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

KPMG named top employer by graduates


KPMG named top employer by graduates

KPMG has been ranked the top graduate employer in both New Zealand and Australia for 2004, out of 500 organisations in The Australian & New Zealand Graduate Careers Survey 2004. High Fliers Research Limited conducted 7,404 face to face interviews with final year students.

KPMG’s Chairman Alan Isaac says he is very pleased that the firm has been recognised for being an employer of choice and is regarded as offering the best opportunities for graduates.

“This result is positive reinforcement of our professional, yet friendly culture which we’re all very proud of.

“We are committed to offering attractive roles, extensive ongoing professional development and long term career prospects at KPMG,” said Mr Isaac.

“Our commitment to graduates enables us to attract and retain the very best talent, which ensures the vibrancy and growth of the firm in the long term.

“Our client base and the variety of work that we can offer graduates also support our position as the preferred employer of graduates,” said Mr Isaac.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Fletcher Building: Norris Steps Down As Chair After New $486M Loss Provision

Ralph Norris will step down as chairman of Fletcher Building after the company took a further $486 million provision for project losses at its Building + Interiors unit and said 14 of the unit's 73 projects, worth $2.3 billion, are loss-making or 'on watch'. More>>

ALSO:

WWF: Concerns With Suggestion To “Scrap” Fishing Monitoring

“Our Pacific neighbours, like Fiji and the Solomon Islands, are making this work with far less economic resources than New Zealand. There’s no reason the government can’t get this done by October.” More>>

ALSO:

Greenpeace: Genesis’ Plan To Keep Coal Burning Until 2030 Stuns

Genesis Energy had previously promised to turn off its coal-fired units this year, however after a series of closed-door meetings with power companies including Meridian Energy, the deadline was extended. More>>

ALSO:

PM's Science Prizes: The Science That Saved Kiwifruit

Plant & Food Research is proud to be the recipient of this year’s Prime Minister’s Science Prize for its rapid response to the vine-killing kiwifruit disease Psa. More>>

ALSO:

NZ Government: Fund Encourages Lower-Emissions Technology

Businesses are being encouraged to adopt innovative technology that cuts greenhouse gas emissions in a funding round announced by Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods today. More>>