On a typical day, we start of by helping the countries within the region who have issues with regional training as well as those who experience technical issues related to their local training arrangements. We also need to coordinate regional training by carrying discussion with training leads, country training teams and even vendors and suppliers that provide training essentials such as venue and printing services. Aside to that, we assist facilitators on the do's and don'ts of virtual classroom training and manage all communication between the facilitators and attendees. Aside to that, we are also responsible in collecting data from the region on the number of attendees, the type of training preferred and the list of facilitators available which is used for annual training calendar preparation and for the board to review the progress of regional training.
Talks on social issues, recreational activities, travel options, Inter Department Transfer options
Odd working hours due to collaboration with global counterparts
Associate (Former Employee) - Malaysia - 17 December 2019
It was a good experience, the flexibility, but yeah, we need to adhere to tight dateline which provided by Financial Audit. However, it was good for a fresh graduate to learn in and out about IT auditing
Working here need to be multi tasking. Sometime you need to deal with an impromptu work receive by the CEO. Meanwhile you are an admin, sometime you need to act like an HR too. A small company that want to fully utilize the man power that they have. But it is acceptable since the manager is nice.
I have clear direction for my future career. I have the opportunity to audit listed company. The management is quite systematic because the task assigned according job role. I love the workplace because everyone quite nice and willing to teach me. I cannot enjoy work life balance if I work at there.
A very stressful working environment where we need to meet the date lines of each customers.
I learned how to do audit, check account and do work planning.
Management - superior give full explanations on task assigned to the trainees.
Everybody paid full concentrations on the works.
Hardest part of the job where you need to stay back until late night in order to complete the job before dateline.
Enjoyable part is when you get to know different people and different types of companies when you do audit work.
Get experience with the biggest companies. Highly respected. At any one time, had an engagement manager, performance manager, and assigned mentor. Excellent learning experience, continuous exposure to latest standards, and variety of industry sectors and focus areas.
This is a great workplace, with clients in multiple business industries, providing a platform for diverse experience, especially to fresh graduates. The management has provided flexibility to the staff to demonstrate their ability in the course of work.
- You get hands-on exposure in dealing with clients and assisting the project director and associates
- You get to network with not just employees with KPMG but with the client's project team as well
- You get the chance to see how a multinational corporation functions in terms of the checks and balances that go into every decision made
During my internship, it was an audit peak period. Therefore I have to work overtime almost everyday,. However it was a good experience for me to learn about what audit is really about and whether or not i want to continue in this field.
It was a busy schedule, opportunity to meet many people and allows you to have a feel of various personalities and how to deal with them. High level of learning on the job. Boost of confidence as the job required mainly face to face conversations with clients to help understand the business and nature of the clients industry.