Wilke, the 18th largest public accounting firm in Pittsburgh, has been recognized as a Best Places to Work. The Pittsburgh Business Times annually sponsors and publishes the listing. The firm has been included on Best Places to Work for several years, a testament to management’s ongoing commitment to an employee-first culture.
Inclusion on Best Places to Work is based entirely on anonymous employee feedback. “Employees evaluated their companies in areas such as goals and leadership, communication and support, advancement opportunity and skill development, recognition and compensation, tolerance and flexibility, and embracing innovation and ideas.” Employees completed the surveys between August 29 and September 30, 2022.
David Wilke, Managing Partner, said:
We create the opportunity for our professionals to have work-life balance. Each year, our professionals are asked to define their work schedule, including remote work, and select their work schedule and hours for the coming year, creating their own personal business plan. This planning tool allows our professionals to reflect on their personal priorities and set a plan that will allow for their own entrepreneurial spirit and personal fulfillment. We have found that when our professionals feel life balance, they are happy and naturally more productive. It’s a win-win-win. Happy professionals, happy clients, happy partners.
Employees highly recommend working for Wilke, too. Says one:
Great pay. Paid hourly so never not paid for all your time. Coworkers are very nice and management is supportive. Work from home opportunities are available. … if you don’t like people, this isn’t the place to work. We pride ourselves on good customer service. … Managing Partner and fellow partners are awesome!
Another said that:
I love the culture of family first work second. The partners are so supportive and empathetic. If you like people and you enjoy providing exceptional customer service you will enjoy it here.
Wilke and other honorees were recognized in the Pittsburgh Business Times in January 2022 and at an in-person event on March 2, 2022.