Kaufman, Rossin wins “Best Places to Work” award for 6th straight year

Kaufman, Rossin & Co., P.A. has been recognized as the No. 1 “Best Place to Work” among companies of its size (150-plus employees) in a competition presented by the South Florida Business Journal. This is the sixth straight year the firm has been honored in this competition.

The “Best Places to Work” awards committee selected Kaufman, Rossin & Co. from more than 100 nominees as its 2010 winner, based on anonymous opinion surveys of the firm’s employees. The survey asked questions in 10 different categories, including team effectiveness, alignment with goals, trust in co-workers and senior management, manager effectiveness, and people practices.

“Our employee-first culture has been consistent over the last 48 years. Now that we’ve grown to more than 250 employees, it gives me great pleasure to see that our people still see how much we care,” said Jim Kaufman, managing partner of Kaufman, Rossin & Co. "I am extremely proud of this award, but most importantly, I am proud to share a workplace with such a tremendous group of employees.”

About Kaufman, Rossin & Co.:

Kaufman, Rossin & Co. maintains offices in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and the Cayman Islands. The firm has represented Florida businesses for 48 years, and serves international clients in more than three dozen countries. It offers a complete array of traditional accounting services, as well as consulting services specially tailored to clients' needs.

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