Chartered accountants and business advisors, Anderson Anderson and Brown (AAB), has been recognised in the Sunday Times’ ‘100 Best Companies To Work For List’ for a 5th consecutive year.
The firm said this achievement was made possible through AAB feedback via the Best Companies engagement survey. The questions are designed to examine all aspects of company life, from day-to-day working practices to wellbeing initiatives.
The firm has also continued to experience significant growth across services, sectors and locations. Following on from AAB’s launch in Edinburgh in 2018, all seven business units are now represented in the ‘Central Belt’ – the area of highest population density within Scotland.
AAB’s London office is also continuing to generate “significant business” with global mobility and payroll solutions for international businesses.
The firm has also seen a series of restructuring moves, with new managing partners announced for Aberdeen and Edinburgh, an increased focus on dedicated service teams and the newly structured Business Advisory Group, established to provide a technology driven service to a diverse range of clients.
Graeme Allan, chief executive, said: “We are thrilled to be recognised as a top company to work for within the UK once again.
“There have been some big changes across the firm this year as our offices continue to grow and we enter new markets; so it is great to know that our employees are feeling as happy, driven and empowered as ever to help their teams, and in turn the firm, reach our ambitious goals.”
Karen Stewart, chief human resources officer at AAB, added: “We are so thankful to our amazing employees for taking the time to participate in the Best Companies survey and it is their hard work and enthusiasm that makes AAB one of the best companies to work for.
“We strive to create an inspiring working environment for our people to feel happy within their role, whilst also making sure we are attracting the brightest talent across all teams and levels to ensure continued success for AAB’s firm of the future.”