Wessel & Company Named One of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania!

Dec 4, 2020 | Newsletter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Wessel & Company, with six offices in Pennsylvania, including Johnstown and Cranberry Township, has been named among the top 25 of the Best Places to Work in PA. This marks the thirteenth consecutive year that Wessel & Company has been recognized among the Top Places to Work in PA. The list is compiled by Best Companies Group (BCG), an independent research firm, and the winners are published by the Central Penn Business Journal. The process includes two surveys to gather detailed data about each participating company. BCG conducts the surveys, detailing company policies, practices, benefits, and demographics, then they analyze the data and determine the winners and rankings.

Wessel & Company was also recently named to the Inside Public Accounting (IPA) Top 400 Firms list. In its 30th year, the annual list recognizes the top public accounting firms across the US.

“We are excited to be named one of Best Places to Work in PA. Our employees remain our most valuable asset and are motivated to go above and beyond for clients.   We are extremely proud to rank number 22 in the small employer list, which was best amongst CPA firms.   Thank you to all of our clients and team members for making this a reality.” said Joel Valentine, President, and CEO of Wessel & Company.

As an independent member of the BDO Alliance USA, Wessel & Company has the depth to address national and international needs. The firm provides audit, accounting, tax, forensic, and consulting services to a wide variety of clients. They offer a diverse range of services to meet the needs of companies of all sizes and complexities. For more information, reach out to Joel Valentine at 814.536.7864.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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