Sikich named a top workplace in the Chicago area

Professional services firm ranks in the top 20 among midsize workplaces

NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Nov. 30, 2016 — Sikich LLP was recently named to the Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces list for the fifth time. The firm ranked 16th in the midsize category, which includes workplaces with 250-999 employees

“It is an honor to be recognized as one of the top workplaces in the Chicago area,” said Sikich CEO, Jim Sikich. “It is especially rewarding to receive such positive feedback from our employees, who consistently work hard to deliver great service and solve pressing business challenges for our clients. We look forward to continuing to bolster our strong Chicago-area presence.”

Sikich employs nearly 300 people in the Chicago area. Overall, Sikich has more than 1,000 employees across 14 offices nationwide. The firm offers its full range of services in its Chicago-area offices, including technology, audit, accounting and tax, investment banking, wealth management, as well as a wide mix of advisory and managed services.

“Building a workplace that equips our employees to perform at the highest level is one of our top priorities as we continue to grow,” said the chief human resources officer at Sikich. “Creating a strong workplace has also enabled us to attract top talent and offer our local clients valuable counsel and innovative solutions.”

WorkplaceDynamics conducted the survey on behalf of the Chicago Tribune and collected employee feedback on issues such as company direction, execution and connection. View the full 2016 Top Workplaces list here.

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