Perkins & Co Ranks Among 100 Best Companies To Work For

March 5, 2009

PORTLAND, OR – Perkins & Company, P.C., Portland’s largest locally owned public accounting firm, has scored a spot on the coveted “100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon” by Oregon Business magazine. A newcomer to the 100 Best list, Perkins ranks 27th in the Medium Company category. The Medium Company category is new to the list this year, encompassing companies ranging from 50 to 250 employees. Perkins, with over 100 employees, is the only accounting firm ranked in the Medium Company category.

“To receive accolades for the way we do business is an honor, but to receive them from our own employees means even more,” states Gary Reynolds, President. “It is a real testament to our firm culture and our commitment to our employees. We have also found that maintaining an employee-friendly work environment translates into a higher focus and dedication to client needs.”

Sponsored by Oregon Business Magazine, the annual 100 Best survey rankings are compiled through employee satisfaction surveys and a benefits report. In its 16th year, 30,000 employees rated their satisfaction with 372 companies based on five categories: benefits and compensation, work environment, decision making and trust, performance management, career development and learning. Twenty companies, including Perkins, were new to the 100 Best list this year.

About Perkins & Company, P.C.
Perkins & Company, P.C. was founded in Portland in 1986. For more than 20 years, we have built an excellent reputation by providing value, keeping our company and our clients growing, and enjoying our work. Perkins is also an independent member of the BDO Seidman Alliance. Despite our growth, the firm has stayed its course as a single, local office working with traditional Northwest businesses, their owners and high net-worth individuals; offering the scope and depth of national firms, with the high touch and personal attention of a local firm.

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