Now you've done it, KPMG.
Meanwhile, across the pond, a few hundred Klynveldians will have to find something else to do with their time in the very near future:
The aforementioned forced rankings appear to still be taking effect:
Here's what you get for being such a high performer
Following up on the news that forced rankings were hitting auditors across the country and rumors that it would be coming to the IT advisory group, the latest word is that various tax groups within the House of Klynveld are also getting into the act:
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:
Apparently some IT professionals were recently informed that their services were no longer needed:
Three hundred fifty preparers and two hundred locations won't be included in any future tax seasons: