Pennsylvania CPA firm wins Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award

Smith Elliott Kearns & Company, LLC (SEK&Co) has been presented with a Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award from the Pennsylvania Psychological Association. The award acknowledges the efforts utilized by companies to develop and maintain a supportive work environment. The firm was selected as one of four businesses in the state of Pennsylvania to receive this prestigious award.

SEK&Co was selected for its flexible scheduling, alternative career path opportunities, premium benefit programs, healthy interaction between management and staff, open communication, retirement security, focus on work-life balance, emphasis on training and development, succession planning, and strategic growth models.

SEK&Co’s psychologically healthy workplace efforts have produced positive results for staff and clients. With a track record of low turnover and hands-on development and growth of staff, SEK&Co has been able to develop and retain highly qualified staff. Client surveys consistently show positive feedback with 100% of clients indicating they would refer SEK&Co to others.

Smith Elliott Kearns & Company, LLC is a full-service accounting and consulting firm with offices in Carlisle, Hanover, and Chambersburg, PA, and Hagerstown, MD. The firm was founded in 1963 and has grown to have 18 partners and a total staff of 150. SEK&Co clients are in a variety of industries including construction, financial institutions, healthcare, local government, manufacturing, and nonprofit. The firm offers small business accounting, tax and payroll services, QuickBooks and Peachtree training and consulting, tax return preparation and planning, auditing, estate planning and administration, business valuations, and employee benefit plan design and administration.

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