Somerset CPAs named one of Indiana’s best places to work

Indianapolis-based public accounting and professional services firm Somerset CPAs has ranked 10th in the small to medium-sized business category in the 2010 "Best Places to Work" in Indiana awards.

Somerset previously was named a Best Places to Work in 2008, 2007 and in 2006. (Somerset did not participate in the 2009 awards.)

Established by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, the Best Places to Work award program is designed to recognize and honor the best workplaces in Indiana through employer reports and employee evaluations. Somerset is being honored for their dedication to creating a positive work environment for their employees through promoting teamwork, employee happiness and success.

"Somerset CPAs strives to create a culture of teamwork where all employees share in the success of the company. We truly care about the well being of our employees and embrace an environment of growth and development by providing the appropriate tools our employees need to be successful," said Donna Butler, human resources manager. "We understand that our industry can be very demanding during certain peak periods, so we try to implement meaningful benefits and perks to create a balance for employees. We have created various affinity groups to ensure our employees have a voice in all facets of our organization."

This year marks Somerset's 50-year anniversary. Somerset is made up of approximately 130 professionals, including 24 principals. Client service professional designations include certified public accountants, certified management accountants, certified fraud examiners, certified financial forensics, certified financial planners, certified valuation analysts, chartered financial consultants, chartered life underwriters and others. Somerset provides assurance, business consulting, financial forensic, information solutions, litigation support, tax, valuation and wealth management services to businesses and individuals. Somerset has industry specialized service groups dedicated to Construction & A/E, Dealerships, Dental, Entrepreneurial, Health Care, Manufacturing and Distribution, Not for Profit and Real Estate.

Somerset CPAs and all 70 winning companies of the 2010 Best Places to Work in Indiana awards are listed in a special section of the May/June issue of the Indiana Chamber's BizVoice magazine and at www.indianachamber.com.

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