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Lutz Ranks #2 in Accounting Today’s “Best Accounting Firms to Work For” Program
Lutz was recently named one of Accounting Today’s 2018 Best Accounting Firms to Work For, placing second in the large employer category. This marks the eighth consecutive year Lutz has been recognized for this national honor. The survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize, and honor the top 100 employers in the accounting industry who benefit the industry’s economy, workforce, and businesses.
Last year, Lutz ranked #19 in the midsized firms category. This year, due to Lutz’s recent growth, the firm moved into the large employer category which is defined as employers with 250 plus employees.
“It’s a great honor for Lutz to be recognized as one of the top ranked employers in the Best Accounting Firms to Work For, large firms category. We make it a priority to recognize and reward our employees’ effort and commitment as they strive to provide valuable business solutions to our clients. We thank our team for their energy and dedication to advance their skills and knowledge which contributes to the overall success of the firm as well as our clients,” said Human Resources Shareholder, Stephanie Hand.
Firms from across the country entered the two-part survey process to determine Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work For. The survey first evaluated each company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics, and then surveyed employees to measure the staff experience/satisfaction. Combined scores determined the top companies.
For more information on Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work for program, visit www.BestAccountingFirmsToWorkFor.com.
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