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Bruce A. Madnick
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  • Great start for public accounting. HR needs improvement.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
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    I worked at Friedman LLP full-time


    FLLP has a fun and friendly culture. You can become great friends with all different levels - managers, principals, seniors, and partners. It truly is an "open door policy" there. Social events make up for a rather dry line of work. These include happy hours across the street, field days, golf outings, intramural sports after work, etc. There are great leaders there who are more than happy to mentor you right out of college and give you advice on your career inside and outside of the office. I learned a lot and made lifelong friends there.


    HR department should not be and are not trusted by most employees. They lay off long-time employees out of nowhere as a surprise with no warnings.

    Advice to Management

    HR should rework their lay-off process to be more respectable. It makes them look sneaky and untrustworthy. After moving on to a company with a more than amazing HR team, you realize how much that department shapes the happiness of current and future employees, and thus, the future of the company. There is no need for intimidation. Lead by respect/inspiration and not fear.

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    Audit Associate Interview

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    I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Friedman LLP.


    I went up to FLLP during a campus job fair looking for an internship. I had a brief conversation with a recruiter. They don't do internships, but they asked if I was interested in full-time and if I was available for an interview later that day on campus. I decided to hear them out even though I had my eyes set on an internship during graduate school. I had two interviews - each one hour long. I was impressed by the benefits, and the company culture seemed so great. I eventually decided to take the offer and rework graduate school plans.

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    • Typical strengths and weaknesses, name one time you had a work conflict and how you solved it, etc. questions. They asked why I prefer mid-sized over Big Four (you could tell this was important to them). They also asked me my SAT score.   Answer Question

Friedman LLP Awards & Accolades

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Best Places to Work in New Jersey (Large) (#10) , Best Companies Group, 2012

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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Founded 1948
Type Company - Private
Industry Accounting & Legal
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Friedman wants to free you of your financial worries. The midsized accounting and consulting firm offers services such as accounting, auditing, bankruptcy and business consulting, estate and financial planning, forensic accounting, and tax planning. It specializes in serving Asian-American businesses, auto dealerships, contractors, emerging businesses, family-owned companies, law firms, not-for-profits, fashion companies, and financial institutions. Friedman has three offices in New York and New Jersey. Through its affiliation with DFK International, a global association ... More

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