The professionals at Yeo & Yeo are engaged and passionate about what the firm stands for and its goals and culture. The firm has enjoyed a strong reputation in its communities for more than 90 years, and today’s initiatives in employee retention and career advancement make the firm even stronger.
When you listen to our employees talk about their firm, it is the relationships that are cited as the main reason they truly enjoy their careers.
The comradery that is evident at firm events (ball games, tax parties, Christmas parties, office luncheons, etc.) makes Yeo & Yeo such a great place to work.
We often invite outside speakers to present at various functions and firm retreats, and it is a common occurrence to receive feedback pertaining to what a cohesive group we have. I recall one speaker mentioning ‘I have never seen a group of CPAs get along so well.’ I think this is because at our core we all share the same values of hard work, giving back to our communities, respecting each other, and caring for our families and friends.
This partnership, like any relationship, takes hard work and reciprocity. I offer this advice to other public accounting firms – there is no doubt in my mind that when you genuinely care about an employee and their well-being, and work to help them achieve what they want to achieve, the benefits that your firm enjoys are extensive. Listen to employees’ feedback and act. It is very exciting to see all levels of staff and management really embracing the changes that are happening in our profession and the work environment, while remaining committed to our core values.