October 4, 2022

KPMG Is Going To Like the Way You (Interns) Look

Not only is KPMG trying to help their interns dress better at this year's National Intern Training in Orlando, they've got to brag about it on Facebook:

"To make things even better for our Summer 2013 Interns, KPMG gave each male a $200 giftcard to Men's Wearhouse and each female a $200 giftcard to Ann Taylor Factory. Men's Wearhouse and Ann Taylor Factory also provided ties and necklaces, along with coupons to their stores, to help our interns start building their professional wardrobe in style!"

And that wasn't enough either. They apparently humiliated their freakishly hot Campus Recruiters by forcing them to strut around in a fashion show, presumably to show the interns a variety of work-appropriate and casual looks. That's great and all but kind of creepy.

You can stalk all the fun in Orlando on the KPMG US Careers Facebook page.

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