Assurance Associate (Current Employee) – Tysons Corner, VA – November 29, 2016
The most enjoyable part of the job is that work/life balance seems to be integrated throughout much of the firm's strategic goals and its employees. Flexibility is accepted when needed; however, everyone is willing to do what needs to be done to achieve the goals at hand.
Tax/Audit Intern (Former Employee) – Tysons Corner, VA – September 6, 2016
DHG is an outstanding company. I spent my time there preparing tax returns and doing various tax research tasks. There is a great company culture in the offices across the Southeast region of the United States.
Staff Accountant (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – August 3, 2016
They placed me at a job and told me it would convert in 3 months. It never converted and after 6 months I had to go find a new job. Furthermore, they won't give me a reference nor did they help me find a new job. They also paid me poorly while they took a bigger cut from the total payout from the employer. I was homeless at the end of the 6 months, cause I couldn't afford college debt and bills. They wouldn't do anything to help me. Now I am trying to find a job and neither the employer or this company will talk to prospective employers. Horrible place don't work for them.
Senior AML Consultant (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – July 26, 2016
Awesome Company, I worked as a contractor and they treated me fairly. They really take care of their employees. The work was rewarding and they always looked for ways to improve the quality of life of their workers. They had lunches at work, took us to baseball games and rewarder employees who were killing it.
Senior AML Investigator (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – July 3, 2016
Biggest joke of a project I've ever seen and every contractor on this Proj would agree !! That's why we are all leaving and they need to hire more people. DHG has no idea what they are doing. "Management team" is laughable, they have NO AML experience and their paid expenses are a joke - this is their first time doing AML and hopefully there last - they are an accounting firm !! They only paid straight time for OT which they are now being sued for after dept of labor was called !! Stay as far away as possible !!!
Clueless management people, paid expenses not enough, OT is only straight time
Temporary Consultant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 31, 2016
These really are great people who work here. I was given a temporary position right out of college and treated very well by them and am thankful for that. Some of the recruiters have even reached out to me just to check in and see how I am doing, which in my book is a great feeling to be thought of even though I have not worked for them in over a year.
Desktop Support (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – December 18, 2014
A typical day at Dixon Hughes Goodman involves anything a normal office IT job would. You get to work, check your e-mail, follow up with yesterday's user's who had issues, and then start working the ticket queue. The atmosphere really isn't a bad one and its great for a first IT job. The job isn't bad at all. The only draw back is that its a very "Partner-Heavy" firm. That just means that you'll end up answering to 15 bosses every day. Its challenging, but still a fun atmosphere to work with. Just be prepared to deal with a few people who are very concerned with status.