Accountants Bishop Fleming have been ranked 42nd in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2017, as well as being awarded a coveted Two Star status accreditation from the ‘Best Companies’ organisation.
The firm which has offices in Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay, Truro, and Worcester, has 29 partners and 330 staff and this was the second time that the firm had entered the awards being ranked 49th in 2016.
The Sunday Times rated Bishop Fleming as an “outstanding” employer, with a clear commitment to workplace engagement and with the determination to strive for the top position.
The accreditation is based on employee feedback and acknowledges those employers that regard employee development as a key element of their success.
Matthew Lee, Managing Partner at Bishop Fleming, commented: “This is fantastic news for the firm and is a reflection of the hard work that we put in to make sure that our business is a great place to work.”
The listing comes on top of Bishop Fleming having received an “outstanding” accreditation for “Investors in Customers” in 2016 for the second assessment in a row.
Mr Lee added: “We have always had a culture that is focussed on our people. The firm fosters a positive team culture with a family spirit, and our working environment ensures that every person has the opportunity to achieve his or her fullest potential. We invest heavily in personal training and development, as we feel that this is the right way to give our clients the best team for their business.”
Having twice been listed as Britain’s fastest growing accountancy firm, Bishop Fleming is currently in 33rd position up from 36th in the UK’s national league table of accountancy firms.
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