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Mission: The mission of Alloy Silverstein, as it has been for over 60 years, is to provide individuals and businesses with responsible solutions to their financial concerns. Our dedicated, responsive staff will provide personal attention that reflects the company's depth ...
I worked at Alloy Silverstein Shapiro Adams Mulford Cicalese Wilson & Co. full-time
I felt like if you did your job well you were rewarded. If you didn't do a good job, you were told about it. If that type of thing bothers you, you probably won't like working here. They have some cool perks as part of working there - massages during tax season, meals, rewards program for marketing, flex time during the summer, monthly BBQs. Overall, I enjoyed my time there. Great opportunity to advance your career since a good amount of the management team is older and starting to retire.
The typical thing with working in public accounting - long hours during tax season, working Saturdays, tough work at the deadline. If you've been in public accounting, it's nothing you don't already know. The younger staff seems immature and they create problems for the more seasoned employees.
Advice to Management
Do something to get more of a buy-in from the younger staff. Not sure what that is, though. I left because I just wanted to do something different.
The overall interview process was timely and surprisingly enjoyable. After submitting my resume, I was scheduled for an interview the next week. I interviewed with two associate partners at the office. For the next hour we had a conversation regarding my background, the expectations of the job and the culture of the firm. I really got the feeling they were excited to meet with me and valued what I could bring to the firm.
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