KPMG can assist your organization with leveraging your compensation and benefits program to gain a competitive edge.
KPMG can assist with leveraging your compensation and benefits program to gain an edge.
Globalization, increasing governmental regulations, rapid technological advances and growing competition are transforming business around the world. The combination of these factors makes designing and administering effective and cost-efficient compensation and benefit plans increasingly complex—yet critically vital to a company’s ability to successfully compete and thrive in the global marketplace.
KPMG LLP can assist your organization with leveraging your compensation and benefits program and aligning your organization’s resources to gain a competitive edge. Our compensation and benefits professionals can assist you in designing and implementing plans and processes that allow you to manage costs, improve performance, attract and retain employees, and boost your bottom line.
Our primary goal is to offer our clients a holistic perspective on compensation, through cross-functional teams that include highly experienced professionals with KPMG's Global Mobility Services, Human Resources (HR) Transformation, People & Change and HR Transaction Services.
In addition, our team of dedicated professionals in our Washington National Tax practice supports our “front line personnel” by monitoring and evaluating the constantly changing regulatory, legislative and judicial tax environment so that our services and recommendations comply with, and are at the forefront of, current marketplace demands.
Our services include employee benefit plan services, compensation consulting services, HR advisory services, deal advisory services, and global considerations for compensation and benefits.
Some or all of the services described herein may not be permissible for KPMG audit clients and their affiliates.
Mark W. Spittell
Midsize and large employers and healthcare organizations face significant tax reporting and compliance challenges under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The deadline for planning is now.