The Business Review has announced that Teal, Becker & Chiaramonte, CPAs, P.C. (TBC) has been named to the 2011 Best Places to Work. TBC, an accounting and advisory firm founded in 1971, has received the award for the third time in five years. The award recognizes the company’s achievements in creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of benefits, working conditions and company culture.
TBC is a recipient of the award in the Top Mid-Sized Companies category. There were 118 companies throughout the Capital Region and nominated and 30 selected.
“We are truly honored to receive this award and proud to be recognized as one of the Capital Region’s top employer. Receiving this award is a spectacular way to cap off 2011, a year in which we have had many achievements and have celebrated 40 years of business in the Capital Region,” said managing partner, Robert H. Kind.
“At a professional services firm, specifically an accounting and advisory business like ours, the people truly are the organization’s top asset,” Kind continued. “We recognize that instilling confidence in our associates, creating professional development opportunities for all levels of staff and creating a positive corporate culture are absolutely essential to our continued success.”
More than 100 businesses were nominated for the Best Places to Work award. With over 70 employees, 15 of which have more than 25 years of employment at TBC, the firm credits much of its success to the dedication, commitment and longevity of its employees. The firm regularly hosts employee outings, promotes wellness and has a year round commitment to work life balance. Employees are given support for the CPA Exam and other professional designations, as well as opportunities to further their industry knowledge through Continuing Professional Education (CPE) courses and conferences, both locally and nationally.
TBC offers accounting and auditing, personal and corporate tax, trusts and estates, business advisory, valuation and pension services for a diversified clientele. TBC serves four primary markets: commercial businesses, governmental, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals. Commercial clientele includes construction contractors, distributors, manufacturers, professional service firms, real estate developers, retailers, technology companies and wholesalers among other businesses.