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16 days ago

Tax Senior Manager

CohnReznick Roseland, NJ

of senior managers are focused in the following 8 areas: 1. Tax Compliance 2. Tax Consulting 3. Project/Task Management 4. Engagement… CohnReznick

24 days ago

Entry Level Associate

CohnReznick Chicago, IL +2 locations

All Associates may report to and receive instruction from individuals at all levels - Experienced Associates to Partners. As experience and… CohnReznick

11 days ago

Tax Intern - Spring

CohnReznick Chicago, IL

The definition of an intern is: a student undergoing supervised practical training. Thats just what youll be doing at CohnReznick practical training… CohnReznick

23 days ago

Office Assistant

CohnReznick Stamford, CT

CohnReznick is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to… CohnReznick

12 days ago

Spring Intern - Wake Forest

CohnReznick Charlotte, NC

Get ready to start climbing the ladder and dont look down. CohnReznick is committed to the development of our future leaders and thats you! Come be a… CohnReznick

15 days ago

Director of IT Operations - National

CohnReznick New York, NY

• Resource, organize, and facilitate a team of support managers and technicians in a 25-office National Accounting Firm in delivering world class… CohnReznick

8 days ago

Experienced Tax Senior or Manager State & Local Tax (SALT) Practice

CohnReznick New York, NY

include, but are not limited to: • Assisting clients with complex corporate, flow-through and individual income tax matters, including… CohnReznick

16 days ago

Administrative Assistant to Audit Partner and Sr.Manager of Human Resources

CohnReznick Charlotte, NC

This position will provide administrative support to one of the Firm's Audit Partners and the Sr. Manager of Human Resources. Human Resources… CohnReznick

16 days ago

Accounting & Advisory Group (AAG) Manager

CohnReznick Hartford, CT

• Ability to manage client relationships; including strong communication skills and ability to interact with business owners and senior management… CohnReznick

4 hrs ago

Entry Level Tax Associate – new

CohnReznick Sacramento, CA

of Associates are focused in the following 5 areas: • Tax Compliance • Tax Consulting • Project/Task Management • Recruitment… CohnReznick

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CohnReznick CO CEO'S Kenneth Baggett & Thomas Marino
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I worked at CohnReznick full-time (more than 3 years)


    - Co-workers are nice for the most part.
    - Most partners are approachable and easy enough to work with.
    - Jeans days.


    - Many members of management have NO clue what they are doing. This is especially true of those in departments outside of audit & tax.
    - Unprofessionalism runs rampant.
    - Cannot tell anything to local HR as they are completely unprofessional and have no clue what confidentiality is; the entire office will know anything you tell them within 72 hours.
    - Some managers routinely take credit for other’s work.
    - Dress code is not enforced across the board. Certain people get away with murder in this regard.
    - Salary is low, low, low.
    - In general firm is stingy and cheap
    - Appreciation ... what appreciation?
    - The firm is trying too hard to be one of the Big Four yet they do not offer the benefits, pay, or resume prestige of the Big Four.
    - Since the merge employee morale is in the toilet. Lost many of the great Cohn people just have them replaced with sub-par, yet much cheaper, Reznick people.
    - If you are not seated in certain offices (NY, Bethesda, ATL, LA) you are treated like a nobody.
    - OFFICE POLITICS and cliques!
    - Billable hours are overly emphasized
    - Non-CPAs are treated as third-class citizens.
    - If you do your job well your thanks will be more and more additional work until you are doing two jobs for the pay of one.
    - Too many “warm & fuzzy” meetings. When you have two jobs to do you do not have time for “What color is your parachute” and other personality-based BS.
    - Too many required outings - again who has time?
    - Not respectful of everyone’s time, just certain people’s time.
    - Diversity is a joke, especially in upper management.
    - Much, much more but I don't want to spend all day on this.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Stick to what you know and do well - middle market.
    - Stop trying to be a bargain-basement Big Four firm
    - Stop being stingy/cheap & implement a bonus program. If you can fly people all over the country for department meetings (isn't this what video conference is for) you can spread some of the wealth to the people in the trenches.
    - Food is not a reward for work well done nor are tchotchkes. We all have enough useless crap! How about something we can use like cash or gift cards or even additional jeans days.
    - Jeans days are a great motivator that cost you NOTHING.
    - Give feedback before review time.
    - Listen to the people doing the work. You are losing your best people because you do not listen.
    - Don't take the suggestions/criticism that departing employees give you as just sour grapes. Some of us would have liked to stay it just became unbearable for us to do so.
    - You really need to earn back employees' trust. No one believes what you say.

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