Tampa, FL, April 17, 2020 - Schellman & Company, LLC (Schellman), a leading provider of attestation and compliance services, announced today that it has been named one of the 2021 Vault Accounting 50. This is Schellman’s first time ranking among the top 50 accounting firms to work for in North America, coming in as eleventh-best according to Vault.com.
Based on a survey of more than 10,000 people, the Vault Accounting 50 rankings asks accounting professionals to rate their own firms in various workplace categories such as culture, compensation, hours, and work/life balance while simultaneously rating their peer firms in terms of prestige. The Accounting 50 is then compiled using a weighted formula based on these internal and external ratings.
“We are honored to debut on The Vault Accounting 50 in the company of such a prestigious group of organizations,” says Karen Greene, Human Capital Director. “At Schellman, we are constantly examining and evolving our people programs in order to attract and retain the most talented, engaged, and motivated of professionals, and we strive to deliver an environment where they can feel comfortable and are encouraged to perform to the highest standard. In using their feedback and ideas, it serves not only our people, but also our clients each and every day. “
Schellman not only ranked eleventh overall, but also took the #1 spot in multiple categories, including Benefits, Client Interaction, Compensation, Culture, Diversity, Firm Leadership, Hiring, Internal Mobility, Relationships with Supervisors, and Overall Satisfaction.
“The Vault Accounting 50 ranking is a testament to Schellman’s employee-centric culture,” says Avani Desai, President. “Every decision we make at the firm is focused primarily on our team members. We understand that in order to retain the best and brightest in this industry, our culture, compensation, diversity, and benefits need to match the caliber of our people. We are constantly determined to accommodate our team members’ personal needs and, at the same time, build a culture where our people each have a career—not just a job.”
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