ACCOUNTANCY AGE and the Best Companies Group are looking for the UK’s best accountancy firm!
Firms can now register to join the 2016 Accountancy Age Best Employer programme, a survey and recognition programme dedicated to finding and recognising the best employers in the accounting profession.
By participating in a two-part assessment process, practices can gain crucial benchmarking data for their firm as well as the chance to be recognised on the sixth annual ‘Accountancy Age Best Employer’ shortlist.
The practice with the highest ranking score in the 2016 Accountancy Age Best Employer Survey will be honoured in front of 500 guests at this year’s British Accountancy Awards in November.
PKF-FPM Founder and Managing Director, Feargal McCormack, said that winning the 2015 award would “hopefully enable PKF-FPM to continue to attract, develop and reward the very best talent to ensure our business and our clients’ future success”.
HOW TO ENTER – If your firm is viewed as a great place to work who values its staff and the role of accountancy and professionalism, as well as offers career and skills development, rewards and recognises personal achievement, then we want to hear from you.
If you would like to enter, please register your details online at http://www.aabestemployer.co.uk/
The deadline for entries into the profession’s awards expires tomorrow, 29 July.
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