RGL Forensics Again Named Among “Best Accounting Firms to Work for”

Press ReleaseAugust 2016

Insurance / Legal / Corporate

For the sixth consecutive year, RGL Forensics has been named one of Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work for.

Denver, CO – August 17, 2016 – For the sixth consecutive year, RGL Forensics has been named one of Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work for. Accounting Today has partnered with Best Companies Group to identify companies that have excelled in creating quality workplaces for employees.

This survey and awards program is designed to recognize and honor the best employers in the accounting industry, benefiting the industry’s economy, workforce and businesses. The list is comprised of 100 companies.

“It’s an exciting distinction to be named among the 2016 best firms to work for,” said Angela MacPhee, CEO of RGL Forensics. “We continually strive to be not only one of the best companies to work for, but also one of the best companies to work with.”

“The firms on this list represent the best workplaces in the accounting profession”, said Accounting Today Editor-in-Chief Daniel Hood. “They are outstanding places to build a career.”

For more information on Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work for program, visit www.BestAccountingFirmsToWorkFor.com.

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