PracticeAccounting FirmsSJD in top 50 SMEs to work for

SJD in top 50 SMEs to work for

SJD Accountancy was ranked within the top 50 in the Sunday Times 100 best small companies to work for.

SJD Accountancy was ranked 41st in the Sunday Times 100 best small companies
to work for this week as well as being the only accountancy firm to make it into
the table.

The top of the table was dominated by charities, with Christians Against
Poverty taking the top spot.

SJD won their ranking by having an low 2% staff turnover, with 86% saying
they felt their managers were supportive, and 85% saying they were caring.

If you are higher up the SJD ladder maternity benefits were said to be very
impressive. Senior managers were given 26 weeks at full pay and seven at 90%.

84% of their staff said that they do not feel pressured to concentrate.

SJD, which also won the small firm of the year award at the Accountancy
Age
Awards 2007, has a motto that their team lives by: ‘do what you say you
will when you say you will do it’.

Further reading:

Awards
2007: Small firm of the year

Profile
Simon Dolan, founder of SJD Accountancy

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