Somerset CPAs Named Indiana Best Workplace

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has designated Somerset CPAs as a “Best Place to Work in Indiana” for creating a productive environment in which employees feel valued.

Somerset CPAs received the same distinction in 2006. Somerset CPAs is ranked in the category of small to medium-sized companies of between 25 and 249 employees.

“We are proud of the fact that this award essentially comes from our employees through their survey responses,” said Pat Early, president of Somerset CPAs.

Donna Butler, Somerset’s human resources manager, explains, “We have high expectations of our employees. In return we offer an excellent benefits program that ensures our employees have peace of mind to deal with the unexpected and also have the resources they need to advance their careers while continuing to balance home and work life.”

The firm is committed to advancing individuals in their area of interest. With seven service teams—Accounting Team, Assurance Team, Employee Benefits Team, Information Solutions Team, Litigation & Valuation Team, Tax Team and Wealth Management Team—and seven industry teams—Construction & A/E Team, Dental Team, Entrepreneurial Team, Health Care Team, Manufacturing & Distribution Team, Not-For-Profit Team, Real Estate Team.

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