PKF O’Connor Davies Listed in Vault Accounting 50 List of Top Accounting Employers in North America
Firm ranked in top 20 for second straight year, achieving top honors for client interaction
New York, NY (April 17, 2019) – PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP, one of the nation’s largest accounting, tax and advisory firms, announced today it has once again been named to the Vault Accounting 50, a ranking of the 50 best accounting employers to work for in North America. This is the fifth consecutive year the firm has received the honor. This year, PKF O’Connor Davies rose in the rankings to 16th overall and ranked first for client interaction.
“We pride ourselves on fostering a culture where employees are empowered to do their best work for the clients we serve,” said Dawn Perri, Chief Human Resources Officer. “We have a number of initiatives focused on listening to our team and using that feedback to make their work more enjoyable and productive.”
The Firm has consistently improved its positioning in the Vault rankings since it first made the list five years ago. For the 2020 Vault Accounting 50, it received improved rankings in nine out of 18 quality of life categories and in three diversity categories. The Firm ranked in the top five among accounting firms nationwide in six categories, including– client interaction, work/life balance, relationships with supervisors and overall satisfaction.
“Seeing our employees thrive in a productive environment is its own reward, but this industry recognition is a meaningful validation of our work”, said Kevin Keane, Managing Partner. “Receiving the top ranking for client interaction is particularly gratifying.”
The Vault Accounting 50 is compiled from surveys using a weighted formula based on the issues accounting professionals care about most in an employer, including prestige, firm culture, satisfaction, compensation, work/life balance, business outlook and formal and informal training.
PKF O’Connor Davies has 11 offices in five states as it continues to expand through organic growth and acquisitions on the East Coast. It has supported this growth with a strategic combination of promoting from within coupled with tactical external hires.