Fear not, KPMG alumni. The party is still on.
Following the news that the IT Advisory group could possibly force some professionals into the underperforming category, I had the following text message exchange yesterday with a source at KPMG that I'll refer to here as Rudy.
A tipster informs us that attrition for the IT advisory group was not as high as expected, which poses a bit of a dilemma:
Do you have what it takes?
Read: money is the reason.
Resist temptation, my children.
You might not be aware of this, but mega law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf is in a lot of trouble. It seems to have started back in February with rumors of financial troubles and things have spiraled from there.
Let's just get this initial discussion out of the way, shall we?
Here's an unfortunate story of Klynveldians across the pond falling victim to a "glitch" in their payroll system that is preventing nearly 11,000 employees from being paid today.
More news from Down Under, as KPMG tries to ward off the litigious spirits related to Leighton Holdings, an international contractor who caught a few people off guard by springing bad news related to some of their projects.