DuCharme, McMillen & Associates, Inc. Employee Reviews about "busy season"
Updated Jul 17, 2020
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Tax Consultant II
Any current Andersen employees have an update on how the trial period of the hybrid model went and what they have officially established now? Worked there until July and would love to come back eventually if they were more flexible than required number of days in the office.
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- Current Employee★★★★★
Associate AnalystDec 21, 2017 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
They have recently implemented training for new hires. Flexible time in the morning. Nice group of people.
Tightening of the financial belt has been lopsided. Fort Wayne office receives bonus twice a year whereas Indianapolis office does not. Managers unavailable during busy season due to their workloads. Vacation structure is horrible. You cannot ask people to work non stop for five months and only give them 10 days. Creating burn out. Pay is a minimum of $5200 less than other companies.Continue reading