The staff works hard, so we like to have unique benefits they can all appreciate. And those benefits have changed over the years to match emerging trends in employee satisfaction.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) May 08, 2014
The Indiana CPA Society was recognized as one of the top companies in the Indiana Chamber of Commerce's 2014 Best Places to Work in Indiana.
INCPAS ranked eighth out of 41 companies named to the list in the Small Companies category (15-74 employees in the United States). This is the third consecutive year INCPAS has been named to this elite list, which is determined through employer reports and comprehensive employee surveys.
"We're excited INCPAS has been recognized for the third straight year," says INCPAS President and CEO Gary Bolinger, CAE. "The staff works hard, so we like to have unique benefits they can all appreciate. And those benefits have changed over the years to match emerging trends in employee satisfaction.”
On May 1, 2014, companies from across the state were honored at the Indiana Convention Center. The Chamber unveiled rankings for the companies that made the list released in February.
The awards program was created in 2006 and is a project of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, BizVoice® magazine, Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) - Indiana State Council, Wellness Council of Indiana, and Indiana Economic Development Corporation.
About the Indiana CPA Society:
Currently, more than 7,000 CPAs in public practice, industry, government and education are members of the Indiana CPA Society. INCPAS serves the public interest as well as its members. Its members are required to abide by the CPA profession’s code of conduct. INCPAS members also receive access to quality educational programs provided by the Society, resources that enable them to better perform their job functions, and peer networking for information sharing that broadens their skills and knowledge base. Indiana CPA Society members are the most highly qualified and competent CPAs in Indiana. Make sure your CPA is a member of the Indiana CPA Society. For more information, visit incpas.org