Great place to learn a high level of service as well as experience in multiple businesses
Bookkeeper (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 8, 2017
Long hours and hard work but it is well worth the experience! Learned how to service clients efficiently and effectively. Management (partners) can be more knowledgeable and helpful with the nature of clients business. Love the cohesiveness and team player attitude of the tax department.
Partner run Firm with very poor management and Human Resources Department
Department Manager/Coordinator (Former Employee) – Roseland, NJ – July 17, 2013
Overwhelming work load, no compensation for promotions, lack of responsibility taken by Partner in charge of department, lack of appreciation towards employees. No team building or team spirit, all that mattered was the dollar and the end result - no matter what the effect on the personnel.
A day at CohnReznick as a Tax Processing Clerk, consists of working as a team to process all of the tax forms to the Tax Preparers. The management was great everybody was very friendly. The hardest part of the job is learning the programs. It was a fun work place and they had great supportive management.
Senior Consultant, M&A Transaction Advisory Group (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 6, 2015
Great people, great management, friendly and respectful culture. Good place for long-term advancement/career growth. In 2015 the evaluations for promotions have changed from time-based to performance-based, so for those who are smart and ambitios this means a good chance for an accelerated path to the top.
Experienced Audit Associate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 28, 2015
Great people. Room for growth. Close Big 4 hours during busy season, can work from home on Saturdays. Can interact with partners any time, same for sr. managers. Most of the seniors are friendly and like to teach. Good work-life balance in my first year. Bad work-life balance in my second year.
in the tax department, new employees get work from every manager/senior that passes out work. Like most public accounting firms, there seems to be a high turnover of employees and some of the projects the "new hires" receive have been done by a different employee every year. This makes workpapers hard to follow, which causes running up (Work in Process which goes to BILLING). Slowing down to learn messy prior year workpapers hurts the QUANTITY of work produced. It is clear to all in the firm- from staff to partners- that QUANTITY of work is more important than QUALITY.
Parties, trips to Ractrack
no Senior Accountant bonuses, only MAnagement and up
Busy yet friendly work environment. The office is nice.
Audit Intern (Current Employee) – New York, New York – June 30, 2014
The people were very friendly, and the job environment was not too high pressured; but you knew you had to work hard to maintain your position. I only started as an intern so I can not speak for an entry level accountant position yet. However, it seems like an enjoyable atmosphere to work in. I hope to receive a position in the future, and work hard to maintain it.
Company sponsored lunch's, and birthday cake's once a month.
It's been ok working here so far. work life balance is non existent during busy season (january through april), just like at any other public accounting company. Great co workers. Management is not too bad.