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3.8 of 5 stars (933 Ratings)

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Displaying 1-4 of 4 Employee Reviews

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Last call for alcohol - try to get out now while you can.

1.4 of 5 stars

Entry-level in Audit & Assurance | Charlotte, NC | 2017 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The staff and seniors here are the only reason I am staying

Downers

Too many things, cannot wait to get out.

Executive in Tax

1.3 of 5 stars

Boston, MA | 2017 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

None

Downers

Too many

It is less micro-managed than "the Big 4", but you'll still work the crazy hours associated with Public Accounting. Work-life balance is a joke.

1.4 of 5 stars

Mid-level in Tax | Bethesda, MD | 2016 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The location of the firm is ideal for those wanting to work in the DC Metro Area.

Downers

The compensation doesn't match the employee's work load and the culture has deteriorated greatly since the merger and subsequent acquisitions.

Advice to Candidates

It is less micro-managed than "the Big 4", but you'll still work the crazy hours associated with Public Accounting. Work-life balance is a joke if you do not have kids, are in the military, etc. If you are single with no children, it's assumed that you have no life and should be working without taking vacation time. It's very easy to get burned out here. It's also very easy to feel and BE underpaid for the amount of work you do. If you don't start with a firm attitude and strong will of what you will allow and will not, you will become frustrated much quicker than most. The work will always be there and there will always be a fire to put out. Take time to enjoy yourself whether you are single, married, in school, etc and tell your employers to deal with it. Let your work product support your attitude for a healthy work-life balance. Also if you are underpaid, find another profession that will pay you what you are worth. Glassdoor is a great tool to get an ideal range of what you should be making.

Executive in Tax

1.4 of 5 stars

Other | 2010 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The ability to learn from intelligent people with integrity and honesty. Building relationships with clients from a variety of industries.

Downers

Almost everything else...which includes poor management on an office level. Ego driven decision making regarding office direction. Inconsistent treatment towards employees of certain protected classes. The leadership also operates and makes decisions in hindsight versus proactively.

Advice to Candidates

Similar to the hiring process, the leadership is lacking in particular offices. As a result, the direction of the Firm is discombobulated and disjointed.