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We Had to Scroll Really Far Down to Find a Big 4 Firm on This Glassdoor Best Places to Work List

Deloitte's San Francisco office

Life at Deloitte was trumpeting an appearance on Glassdoor’s latest Best Places to Work list yesterday so naturally we swung over to the list to see what’s what.

If you scroll alllll the way down to #58 (of 100 large companies), there it is.

screenshot of Deloitte's Glassdoor Best Places to Work 2023 rank
Deloitte Glassdoor reviews

Deloitte is outranked by consulting firms, LEGO, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and even a grocery store (H-E-B) but is the only Big 4 firm on the list. Outranking Deloitte, we get employee favorite RSM at #38.

screenshot of RSM's rank of Glassdoor's Best Places to Work list 2023
RSM Glassdoor reviews

Related: according to a Big4Transparency survey, RSM has the highest job satisfaction of the nine firms below. And a whole Reddit thread full of people praising them.

a screenshot of Big4Transparency job satisfaction ranking for accounting firms

And just before we reach #100 we find Armanino at #91.

Screenshot of Armanino's ranking on the Glassdoor Best Places to Work list 2023
Armanino Glassdoor reviews

Glassdoor uses employee reviews left on its site to come up with these lists every year. For the 2023 list, only company reviews and ratings from current and former employees submitted between October 19, 2021, and October 17, 2022 count, and for former employees Glassdoor only counts reviews from those who left the company in 2022 or 2021 in the 2023 list ranking.

Fun fact: ZERO accounting firms made the 2022 list. So good job.

Best Places to Work 2023 [Glassdoor]


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1 Comment

  1. HEB truly is the greatest grocery store. I would love to work for them as an accountant, but I don’t live in San Antonio. “No store does more.”

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