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Good resource network

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Dixon Hughes Goodman

Pros

Good resource network as all locations are linked

Cons

Lateral highers are more valued than firm-raised employees

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Consider your valuable employees

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    Dixon Hughes

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Dixon Hughes Goodman

    Pros

    Better work life balance than a Big 4 Firm. Good benefits. Good clients in offices in larger cities. Overall the partners care about their employees.

    Cons

    Company is growing fast through mergers and aquisitions and not all offices are up to par with the rest of the firm. Training could be better.

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    Some offices need a better leverage model to push work down from partners to managers to staff as this would help employees advance quicker and add more value to clients.

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    Great learning experience, but culture needs work

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    Former Employee - Tax Associate  in  Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Tax Associate in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at Dixon Hughes Goodman full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The company really allows you to get experience in a variety of areas including individual tax, federal tax and state and local tax, as well as the opportunity to work with various types of entities. They give you a lot of freedom (no "big brother" watching over you) and allow you to self-manage and really take ownership of your work. The health benefits were good, a lot of options. Plus, the amount of time off was very generous (sick and PTO combined). It was a good job for my first job out of college.

    Cons

    Company culture is lacking. There was little communication and camaraderie among the general areas (tax, audit and consulting). The "tone from the top" seemed a little too focused on making money and not on taking care of their employees. The overtime was really draining, which is pretty typical of public accounting firms, but that doesn't make it right. There were almost no incentives for employees either, I rarely heard of anyone receiving a bonus.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Give employees an incentive to go above and beyond, and work on creating a more inclusive culture.

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