3 CPA Firms Make Fortune's Top 100 List

In its annual survey on The 100 Best Companies to Work For, scheduled for publication in January 2000, Fortune magazine has listed three CPA firms on its prestigious list.

Among the best:

The List is compiled based on a number of factors, including work environment, financial rewards, benefits and perks, employee morale, company strength, and overall growth potential.

In a related survey, Fortune listed The Diversity Elite, naming the Top 50 companies for minorities to work for. While there were some financial services companies on the list, not a single accounting firm made the Top 50 list. Still a long way to go . . .

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