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What do accountants really think of their employers?

Vote here for Employer of the Year The sun's out, the weekend's behind you and there's a busy week ahead. If you are looking for a chance to let off steam then why not tell us what you really think about where you work by voting in this year's Accountancy Age Awards Employer of the Year category.

The new reader-voted category is designed to recognise the best place to work for accountants in the UK.

And we need you help in identifying, for the first time, the UK’s number one employer of accountants – whether it is a business, an accountancy firm or an organisation from the public or voluntary sectors.

Don’t assume that it will be the big boys that walk away with the trophy. Once all the reader votes are in, our judges will get involved.

Accountancy Age will rank the results of the survey to form a shortlist of leading employers, based on the overall score each one attracts in the reader voting and the number of staff that an organisation employs. Judges will then be invited to review the results and the comments made by employees to determine the overall winner. To cast your vote – anonymously – fill in this form.

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