Indiana CPA Society Named One of 2012 Best Places to Work in Indiana
- Have at least 15 employees working in Indiana
- Be a for-profit or not-for-profit business or government entity
- Be a publicly or privately held business
- Maintain a facility in the state of Indiana, and
- Be in business for a minimum of 1 year
"I feel that the INCPAS is a great place to work because this organization offers and shows support to its staff," said Quintella Brooks, staff accountant for INCPAS. "I feel as though I'm part of a team. My thoughts and ideas matter."
- The first stage consisted of evaluating each nominated company's workplace policies, practices, and demographics, for a total of 25 percent of the overall evaluation.
- The second phase measured the employee's experience and was worth approximately 75 percent of the evaluation.
The employees' survey asked how satisfied they were with: their role in the organization, their relationship with their immediate supervisor, the organization's leadership and planning, the corporate culture and communications, the work environment, training and development opportunities, and pay and benefits. Employees were also asked to describe what their organization does that makes it a place where people would want to work.
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