97. KPMG
What makes it so great?
The accounting firm more than doubled matching contributions to its 401(k) plan last year (itís now 75 cents per employee dollar up to 5% of pay) and gave first-ever bonuses to administrative staff.

Headquarters: New York
Top 3 (of 93) U.S. locations: New York, Montvale, Chicago
2005 revenue ($ millions): 16,900
Website: www.us.kpmg.com
U.S. employees 21,042
Employees outside U.S. 113,000
New jobs (1 year) 746
% job growth (1 year) 4
% voluntary turnover 19
Applicants 164,506
Most common job (salaried):
Associate
$53,880
Most common job (hourly):
Administrative Assistant
$42,178
Job sharing program? Yes
Professional training (hrs./yr.) 81
Paid sabbaticals? No
100% health care coverage No
% minorities 27%
% women 48%
Has nondiscrimination policy
that includes sexual orientation?
Yes
From the January 22, 2007 issue
Footnote:
áFiscal year 2006 revenues.
Notes:
N.A.: Not available. U.S. employees includes part-timers as of time of survey. Job growth, new jobs, and voluntary turnover are full-time only. Revenues are for 2005 or latest fiscal year. All data based on U.S. employees.
* Average annual pay: yearly pay rate plus additional cash compensation for the largest classification of salaried and hourly employees.