Forty six years ago, Bob Barnes and Al Dennig formed an accounting firm on the belief that respect for employees and passion for client service are the twin pillars of a successful business. Each is possible because the other is present.
As Barnes Dennig has grown into the fifth-largest accounting firm in Greater Cincinnati, we have made it a priority to maintain our respect for employees and passion for client service. They are the foundation of many of the programs we have initiated, internally and externally.
With that in mind, we are proud to draw your attention to Sunday’s edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer. For the second year in a row, Barnes Dennig was recognized as a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati, a sign of how well we have fostered a culture of honor and growth within the firm.
We hope it is evident in our work. Ultimately, the value of a confident employee is the quality of work he or she produces for clients, and our clients’ appreciation is the award we treasure most. We realize that in order to be a trusted advisor, we must always be attentive to their needs.
In the meantime, please indulge our moment of satisfaction with this recognition.
We were selected a Top Workplace based on the results of a voluntary survey of our employees by Workplace Dynamics and Enquirer Media. The 22-question survey covered six basic elements: the direction of the company, the execution of its stated goals, the opportunity for career development, working conditions, management, and pay and benefits.
From top to bottom, we make a sincere effort to be respectful of the needs and talents of our co-workers, because we believe it will translate to respect for our clients, their needs and their possibilities.