Big 4 Firms’ Reward Structure Contributes to Their Bullying Ways, Says Guy

“This is a constant Darwinian contest of survival of the fittest. We need a much better Big 4. Let’s hope the generation coming through will finish off this archaic system of tutelage and abuse based on the dream of the million pound pay day.”

Ken Charman, CEO of uFlexReward, a London-based data company that tracks and compares pay figures across companies, said about the recent resignations of KPMG U.K. Chairman Bill Michael and Deloitte U.K. Deputy CEO Dimple Agarwal, who also was the firm’s diversity and inclusion chief, after employees of the two Big 4 firms complained about their behavior toward staff.

Deloitte Bullying Claims Show Big Four Cultures Resist Change [Bloomberg Law]

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