Gross Mendelsohn offers employees a congenial, stable environment where they can do what they do best every day.
Our most successful people have a strong work ethic, outstanding communication skills, a high degree of reliability, drive and determination, a desire to learn and grow, and a willingness to go the extra mile. Our people expect clear and open communication from firm management, teamwork and collaboration between departments, work life balance, the latest technology tools, and career development and training opportunities. Our culture caters to these needs and expectations.
Creativity in the workplace
Although the phrase “creativity in the workplace” does not usually make one think of a CPA or technology consulting firm, creative thought is encouraged, and expected, by Gross Mendelsohn’s leadership team. Gross Mendelsohn’s employees are challenged to think creatively as they identify and implement opportunities for clients.
Small firm feel / big opportunities
Although the firm has seen steady growth, Gross Mendelsohn maintains a “small firm” feel that employees like. The firm’s partners are easily accessible to all levels of staff. The firm is large enough to have a diverse range of industry and service specialties. Staff members can try out different practice areas before choosing several niches to focus on. The bottom line? The size and culture of our firm offers a wide range of experiences and opportunities to staff members.
Stability and low staff turnover
Employees enjoy the stable environment the firm offers; the firm is stable in terms of its leadership, staff tenure, market position and financial growth. The firm’s partners and employees proudly celebrated Gross Mendelsohn’s 50th anniversary in 2010.
Our employee-friendly culture helps Gross Mendelsohn maintain one of the lowest staff turnover rates in the profession. The firm’s staff retention strategy is simple: we keep our staff happy because we believe happy employees result in satisfied clients. Most partners and employees stay at the firm at least 10-15 years, allowing them to foster meaningful relationships with clients and coworkers.
A social committee plans fun activities throughout the year, such as bowling nights, happy hours, family picnics, an April 15 party, holiday parties and ice cream socials. Our people also enjoy a business casual dress code (and casual Fridays), free candy and beverages in the office, and a gym and concierge in the building.