CohnReznick - Leadership doesn't respect employees | Glassdoor
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"Leadership doesn't respect employees"

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Current Employee - Manager in Atlanta, GA
Current Employee - Manager in Atlanta, GA
Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Easy work, good people/co-workers, have several events for employees

Cons

Leadership lacks diversity of thought, I found leadership to lack basic leadership skills of appreciation, mentoring, active feedback on the job. The style of leadership is based on fear, and principals tend to act like dictators. They don't have perspective in the Atlanta office due to their fast growth, and most of the leadership hasn't worked in larger professional and diverse settings.

Advice to Management

Learn how to be a good leader by improving your emotional intelligence, because your best employees will have options, and WILL leave.

Other Employee Reviews for CohnReznick

  1. "Great place to start a career"

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    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Audit Manager in Bethesda, MD
    Former Employee - Audit Manager in Bethesda, MD
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Reznick Group offers an opportunity for entrepreneurial professionals to succeed in an organized atmosphere. The firm vision is designed to ultimately reward strong individual efforts. Principal ledgers are the basis for their compensation. The more business you drum up, the more money you get paid.

    Cons

    Senior management does not adequately recognize the successes of Senior associates and middle managers. Getting a "pat on the back" is rare. It is easy to get lost in the shuffle if you do not make a friend in a high place. It is difficult to find a mentor. As a result, there is high turnover (just like most public accounting firms) and career advancement can be a challenge.

    Advice to Management

    While it is understandable that being a strong mentor or coach is based on the mentor's personality, it would benefit the entire firm if all Senior Managers were required to go through an external training course to become strong mentors. This should be an annual required training to ensure that lessons learned are not forgotten.


  2. Helpful (2)

    "Not so great"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bethesda, MD
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bethesda, MD
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Helpful coworkers who tried their best to help you understand what you are doing. Friendly people and a fun atmosphere to work in. Decent pay. Good benefits. . . .

    Cons

    Don't work here. When upper management makes a mistake they throw you under the bus to shift the blame away from them...............No feedback on your performance before they bash you unexpectedly.

    Advice to Management

    Work on making management more honest... .. .. . Treat employees with more respect... . ..basically change the way that management works when it comes to rectifying mistakes and etc.

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