Northern Ireland headquartered accountancy practice, PKF-FPM has scored another milestone success…. after being placed in the prestigious Sunday Times Top 100 Best Small Companies to Work for, for the second consecutive year.
Ranked 27th in the UK small-sized business category, PKF-FPM jumped an astonishing 37 places from position 64 last year. Indeed, PKF-FPM achieved the Number One spot in Northern Ireland against stiff competition.
PKF-FPM Accountants, currently employing 120 plus staff across five offices – 4 in Northern Ireland and 1 in the Republic of Ireland has established a reputation as one of the leading independent accountancy and business advisory firms operating on the island of Ireland.
Annually The Sunday Times assess and recognise the quality and popularity of companies to work for in the UK, across all sectors and industries. Now in its 19th year, the ‘Best Companies To Work For’ ranking celebrates the elite of Britain’s employers across four different categories: The 100 Best Companies, the 25 Best Big Companies, the 100 Best Small Companies and 100 Best Not-for Profit Organisations.
On average around 1,000 companies enter the Awards each year, making it widely acknowledged as the most comprehensive research into employee engagement across the UK.
Places in the rankings are determined by results of a extensive staff survey measuring seven key areas including Leadership; Personal Growth; Team; and Giving Something Back alongside a review of pay, benefits and work-life balance.
The glittering Awards Gala Ceremony, hosted by I’m a Celebrity – Get me out of Here! Now! T.V. presenter, Mark Durden-Smith, took place on Wednesday evening 20 February 2019 at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park in London.
On accepting the award, People & Culture Director Teresa Campbell commented: “inclusion in The Sunday Times 2019 Top 100 Best Small Companies to work for in the UK, means that PKF-FPM Accountants has now been recognised and acknowledged as an exemplar employer in a variety of national Awards for the fifth successive year.”
Picture left to right – Team PKF-FPM members Ciara McFerran People & Culture Manager, Seamas Keating Insolvency & Corporate Recovery Director, Caroline Preston Business Development Manager, Feargal McCormack Managing Director, Teresa Campbell People & Culture Director, Malachy McLernon Tax Director.