WBL Makes National List of Top 100 Best Accounting Firms to Work For for the Sixth Consecutive Year

Williams Benator & Libby, LLP (WBL) is pleased to announce the firm has been named as one of the 2018 Best Accounting Firms to Work For by Accounting Today. The survey and awards program identify, recognize and honor the 100 best employers in the accounting profession throughout the United States. WBL has been included in the national top 100 list each year since 2013.

“The firms on this list represent the best workplaces in the accounting profession,” said Accounting Today Editor-in-Chief Daniel Hood. “They are outstanding places to build a career.”

Accounting firms from across the United States in business for more than one year and with more than 15 employees were invited to enter the two-part survey process. Approximately 25% of the total score is based on an evaluation of the nominated firm’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. The remaining 75% of the score is based on the results of an employee survey designed to measure the employee experience.

“Our goal has always been to create a firm culture that supports the whole employee, both professionally and personally,” said WBL Managing Partner Bruce Benator. “With three-quarters of the overall score based on employee feedback, being included on this national list each year is independent verification that we’re accomplishing our goal. We have an exceptional team that works hard delivering value to our clients and the community. It’s gratifying to know that my associates also feel the firm delivers value to them and their families.”

Accounting Today partnered with Best Companies Group, which managed the registration and survey process, analyzed the data and determined the final ranking. For more information on Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work for program, visit www.BestAccountingFirmsToWorkFor.com.

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