J.H. Cohn LLP named among best places to work

J.H. Cohn LLP has been honored as one of the “Best Places to Work in New York 2010” by the New York State Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) in conjunction with Journal Publications Inc., and as one of the “Best Places to Work in New Jersey 2010” by NJBiz and Best Companies Group.

The firm, which has offices in Manhattan, White Plains, and Jericho, ranked sixth among the 40 companies honored in New York. In New Jersey, the firm, which is headquartered in Roseland and has additional offices in Metropark, Eatontown, and Lawrenceville, ranked seventeenth among the 40 companies honored.

In both states, J.H. Cohn was nominated in the “Large Employers” (250 employees or more) category. The firm’s ranking was based upon surveys completed earlier this year by firm partners and staff. Those surveys, completed anonymously and confidentially by a third-party company, addressed their views and satisfaction of firm initiatives, such as family-friendly work environment, flexibility in schedule, one-on-one mentoring, networking, firm benefits, and employee perks.

The New York ranking was announced at the “Best Places to Work in New York” awards ceremony April 21st, while the New Jersey ranking was announced at the “Best Places to Work in New Jersey” awards ceremony April 22nd. This was J.H. Cohn’s first year participating in the New York program.

J.H. Cohn’s dedication to serving the accounting, audit, tax, and consulting needs of clients is equaled to its commitment to firm employees. J.H. Cohn provides its partners and staff with employee initiatives that encourage a work-life balance and professional growth, including:

  • The J.H. Cohn Learning and Development department offers long-term learning paths and resource materials for technical knowledge, such as audit work process and “enabling skills,” including communication and networking. The Learning and Development department's overall focus is to help J.H. Cohn employees develop the skills and qualities most highly valued by the firm and its clients: technical excellence, genuine concern for clients and their businesses, the passionate pursuit of excellence, sound business counsel, and a sincere commitment to relationships.
  •  The J.H. Cohn mentoring program is offered to all professional staff below the senior manager level. The relationships built through the program often continue once the formal process concludes and employees benefit from the unparalleled input and professional insight of senior colleagues.
  •  J.H. Cohn’s Partner Candidate Development Academy offers managerial and career development training to high-potential, manager-level employees. The program provides up-and-coming senior managers with exposure to top J.H. Cohn management and enables them to participate in programs structured to strategic issues.
  •  J.H. Cohn Professional Women’s Program, which recognizes the unique challenges faced by women in the workplace, addresses women’s personal and career objectives with diverse training and professional development. The program includes publications, seminars, and online resources, as well as mentoring and networking opportunities for the firm’s professional women. In 2008, the program was named Garden State Woman Magazine’s Women’s Initiative of the Year.
 J.H. Cohn is consistently honored in Connecticut and California for its dedication to its employees and to being a “great place to work,” according to the firm.

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