FORVIS, a leading national accounting and professional services firm, has been ranked by Comparably as one of the nation’s best organizations for work-life balance.

FORVIS was ranked No. 94 on the list of Top 100 organizations with 500 or more employees. It is the only national accounting firm to appear on the list. This latest recognition comes on the heels of the firm making Comparably’s list of top companies for career growth in July.

Comparably’s rankings for work-life balance are derived from sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rated their employers on during a 12-month period on topics that contribute to overall happiness at work. There is no submission process or fee associated with inclusion.

“It’s an exciting time to be at FORVIS,” said Tricia Wilson, chief talent officer for the firm. “We are very intentional about how we approach work-life integration, as we know our people bring their best selves to work only when they’re able to be their best selves outside of work.”

“I’m proud of our firm for focusing on what matters: ensuring both our people and our clients have excellent experiences working for and with FORVIS,” said CEO Tom Watson. “We know these two elements are inextricably linked, and we will continue to ensure work-life balance is highly valued as we move forward as a top 10 firm.”

FORVIS and its legacy firms BKD and DHG (which merged June 1) have received numerous honors for career and workplace excellence in recent years. They include designations from Chief Learning Officer as a top organization for learning and development in June 2022, a 2021 Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award and multiple honors as a best workplace at the local level.

FORVIS continues to grow in order to better serve new and existing clients across the country and internationally.

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About Comparably Awards 

Comparably Awards is an annual series launched in late 2017 highlighting the best CEOs and places to work by those who know best – employees. Based solely on sentiment feedback provided by current employees who anonymously rated their employers on, workers answer structured questions spanning 16 different workplace topics, from compensation, perks, and benefits to work-life balance, career growth, and leadership. Each answer is then given a numerical score and compared to companies of similar size. The final data set of winners are compiled from over 15 million ratings across 70,000 companies within a 12-month period.

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