RBZ, LLP ranked as top accounting firm to work at in Los Angeles
RBZ, LLP, a Los Angeles-based accounting and business consulting firm, was ranked among the top 10 "Best Places to Work" by the Los Angeles Business Journal in its 2008 survey. The firm was the highest ranked accounting firm, as well as 10th among all mid-sized companies.
"We're honored to be part of this highly-rated list of Los Angeles companies," said David Roberts, managing partner of RBZ. "RBZ strives to create a culture in which our employees can thrive. We're pleased to see that our people appreciate and recognize that RBZ is truly an amazing place to work, play, and grow as a professional," he added. The firm now numbers more than 100 employees and is celebrating its 33rd anniversary.
Firms participated in a two-part assessment: an Employer Questionnaire capturing information regarding company policies, practices and demographics; and an Employee Satisfaction Survey consisting of agreement statements, and open-ended and demographic questions. Results were analyzed and categorized according to 8 Core Focus Areas: leadership and planning, corporate culture and communications, role satisfaction, work environment, relationship with supervisor, training and development, pay and benefits and overall satisfaction.
Since its founding in 1975, the accounting and business consulting firm, RBZ, LLP, has become one of the largest independent accounting firms in the Los Angeles area. It serves clients in five distinct practice areas: Law Firms, Real Estate, Family Services, Nonprofits, Middle-Market.
The firm is located at
11755 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 900
Los Angeles, California 90025.
Phone 310/478-4148; Fax 310/312-0358.
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