Best Accounting Firms to Work for 2009

Bond Beebe, a certified public accounting and advisory firm with offices in Bethesda, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia, announced today that they have been named as one of the 100 Best Accounting Firms to Work for in this second annual survey and award program created by Accounting Today and Best Companies Group.  The survey and award program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in the accounting industry, benefiting the nation’s economy, its workforce and businesses.

To be named as one of the Best Accounting Firms to Work for, Bond Beebe was entered in a two-part survey process: the first part consisted of evaluating each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics; and the second part was an employee survey to measure the employee experience.  The combined scores determined the top companies and the final ranking, and Bond Beebe made the final list of 65 companies in the medium-size category.  Said David P. Dorsey, Managing Principal of Bond Beebe, “We are very proud to receive this recognition for the second year in a row.  We continue to search for ways to improve our Firm, welcoming the ideas and input of our employees.  It is theircommitment and motivation that makes so many things possible!  I’ve said many times: we truly work as a team, and we operate as a family.”

Bond Beebe works with small to mid-sized businesses, membership organizations, employee benefit plans, other nonprofits and high net-worth individuals to help them achieve their goals, increase productivity and efficiency and maintain compliance.  The company’s broad range of services includes: auditing & accounting; tax planning & compliance; financial planning; management advisory; forensic accounting & litigation support; and information technology consulting.  From its two offices in Bethesda, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia, Bond Beebe brings trust, values, service, and imagination to every client engagement.

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