Deloitte, the consulting firm hired to examine foreclosures for JPMorgan Chase, brought in reviewers to look at the documents before the examination procedures were ironed out. The result: Employees sat around with no work for more than a month while collecting a paycheck. “We would just read our books,” one of the reviewers said. “We strongly disagree with this characterization of the complex independent foreclosure review process and fully stand behind the quality of our work,” a Deloitte spokesman said. [NYT, Earlier]
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[Updated post from June 6 with new data from Going Concern’s 2013 comp thread.] Big 4 compensation season kicked off a little more than a week ago when Deloitte employees got their comp statements and then proceeded to head over to r/accounting to whip it out and show it off for all to see. Since […]
Deloitte Australia has disclosed stats on workplace misconduct and revealed how many people got punted as a result of internal investigations reports Australian Financial Review: Deloitte has investigated 145 misconduct allegations over the past year and found more than half, or 80, were substantiated, leading to 20 employees being “exited” from the consulting firm. The […]