Aprio is a premier CPA-led business advisory firm where thriving associates serve thriving clients. Our purpose is clear: we advise clients so that they can achieve what’s next, whatever that may be.
Since our founding in 1952, Aprio has grown to be the largest independent, full-service CPA-led business advisory firm based in Georgia. Our over 400 partners and associates provide their best thinking and personal commitment to every client, demonstrating a passion for their work that fuels our clients’ success.
For 65 years, our teams have guided our clients to success by providing Advisory, Assurance, Tax and Private Client services across the Insurance; Manufacturing and Distribution; Non-Profit and Tax-Exempt Organizations; Professional Services; Real Estate and Construction; Retail, Franchise and Hospitality and Technology and Biosciences industries.
To meet the needs of our clients in today’s global economy, the team at Aprio speaks over 25 languages and serves clients in more than 40 countries. We are also a proud member of Morison KSi, a global association of 164 leading professional services firms spanning 88 countries, giving us unmatched international capabilities for our clients.
Awards & Recognition
Our firm's founders recognized this and encouraged all employees to get involved in charities and non-profits that support the communities in which we all live and work. Their enduring vision is a vital part of Aprio's culture. Today, our team serves as directors of non-profit boards or volunteers around the Southeast, investing their time and sharing their experience with hundreds of organizations.
In addition to individual efforts, Aprio goes above and beyond as a firm to serve the community. Every year, Aprio closes the office for an entire day for our team to volunteer together as a company. Recent volunteer days have included creating snack packs and new mom kits at the City of Refuge, brightening up rooms at the homeless shelter Gateway Center and working with the Ronald McDonald House. Aprio was also instrumental to the launch of the Georgia Accounting Food Fight and tied for first place in the Large Firm by Points category in 2014, the inaugural year. We were named Volunteer Partner of the Year by United Way in 2013, and in 2014 we received their "Excellence in Campaign" award for the accounting industry. Our team believes strongly in the importance of community involvement and proves their commitment anew each year.
As a firm, HA&W supports the important work of these community organizations:
You'll thrive in HA&W's work environment, which is grounded on four cultural cornerstones: trust, collaboration, communication and transparency. If you are looking for a company where people are first, your ideas count, and you are doing sophisticated work for high-performing, market-leaders, then HA&W is the place for you.
HA&W is the best of both worlds: Great clients and colleagues combined with a work-life balance.
You'll experience reduced travel, the opportunity to apply your skill set in different industries, take on leadership roles and be hands-on with clients all within an entrepreneurial environment.
Your success is never hindered by red-tape when choosing HA&W. Our current open positions may interest you.
I have been working at HA&W | Aprio full-time (More than 3 years)
The people are great for the most part. Overall the people I've had the opportunity to work with have generally been nice and genuine. It all depends on who you work for and who you work with. If you work in the right group, your managers and partners tend to show interest in your growth and career progression. There can be a good amount of flexibility outside of busy season.
Salaries/bonus structure is underwhelming. Sometimes upper management over emphasizes initiatives that aren't necessarily important to their employees.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at HA&W | Aprio (Atlanta, GA) in October 2016.
It was quite straight forward. The interviewer, who is a senior manager of the audit group. First I was asked to do a self-introduction, then he asked me some facts on my resume. The last few minutes we talked about my questions related to the firm. The manager was so nice to give me suggestion for future career.
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