Crowe Chizek Selected Fla. Best Workplace
Crowe Chizek and Company LLC, a public accounting and consulting firm, has been named as one of the Best Places to Work in South Florida. Among medium-size companies in South Florida, Crowe ranks in the Top 15 Best Places to Work, according to the South Florida Business Journal.
“This is a wonderful honor, and Crowe is proud to be named one of the best places to work in South Florida,” says Crowe CEO Mark Hildebrand. “Our firm is dedicated to creating a work place culture where all individuals feel valued and respected, and this recognition is an affirmation of our ongoing efforts.”
Winners were determined based on employee survey results. The Best Places to Work in South Florida program honors companies with exemplary scores in categories such as team effectiveness, retention, alignment with goals, trust with coworkers, individual contribution, manager effectiveness, trust in senior leaders and feeling valued.
Crowe provides many valuable programs, which contribute to the distinction of being a great place to work. They include an overnight travel rewards program, a Women Into Leadership program and the CareerLink career development and performance management program. In addition, Crowe provides flexible work arrangements, spirit committee activities, wellness programs and employee assistance programs.
Crowe has two offices in Fort Lauderdale and one in Lake Worth with more than 115 personnel in South Florida. Overall, Crowe has 20 offices in eight states and more than 2,400 personnel.
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