Audit Vacation Trainee (Former Employee) – Kuala Lumpur – 24 December 2018
I have completed my three and half months internship as an audit vacation trainee at Deloitte Kuala Lumpur. Throughout the entire engagement, I get the big picture about what an auditor work as. I get the chance to use Deloitte software, EMS 2.0 that can analyze more data more quickly. I have engaged in large influential companies such as Lafarge Malaysia Berhad, WPP Marketing Communication and Bluewater Energy. This allow me to look deeply and objectively at the inner workings of companies - finance, supply chain, inventory, real estate, assets and technology. From gaining audit and assurance knowledge, improving communication skills, technical skills and soft skills to building teamwork and self-confidence, everything was meaningful and crucial because they made me grow.
Intern (Former Employee) – Malaysia – 2 November 2018
Stressful workplace but overall is fun to learn stuff. Work under pressure can learn more stuff and way to deal with different problems. The most enjoyable part was when we have discussion and we joke while thinking about how to solve the risk problems.
Senior Audit Associate (Current Employee) – Kuala Lumpur – 7 July 2018
In my current job, I learn auditing skills and enhancing my technical knowledge day by day. Also, I learn how to lead and manage an audit team. With the auditing, technical and management skills that I enhance day by day, this lead to my job satisfaction.
no work life balance and less benefits and bonus, lots of learning
auditor (Former Employee) – ttdi – 27 July 2017
no work life balance and less benefits, only rm300 dental per year, no parking provided, mileage claim on team sharing basis, lots of learning, bonus average 1 month, allow to take average 2 weeks study leave for professional paper.
Intern (Former Employee) – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – 25 April 2017
I have learnt:- • Personal tax computation and preparation. • Collecting clients’ information & documents. • Indicate residential status of clients. • Communicate with Inland Revenue Board officer to confirm validity of information.
Colleagues are kind and supportive, we have gone through peak period together by helping each other out. After all, we have session to celebrate our hard-work and achievements together as a sign of appreciation.
Challenging workplace but the work can be somewhat rewarding
Associate Director (Current Employee) – Kuala Lumpur – 31 January 2017
Lack of headcount perhaps requires more involvement in nitty-gritty work, however overall still a good place to work. There are numerous opportunities to get involved in engagements or projects of various nature.
Improving staff benefits but still has some way to go