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Plante Moran wins 2019 Top Workplaces honors in Detroit and Chicago

November 11, 2019 In The News 1 min read
The Chicago Tribune and Detroit Free press have both recognized Plante Moran for our unique culture and industry-leading workplace practices.
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We’re proud to announce that Plante Moran has earned 2019 Top Workplaces awards from both the Detroit Free Press and The Chicago Tribune. The firm ranked fourth in the large company category in Detroit and 20th in the midsize category in Chicago.

The rankings are based on staff surveys that consider workplace merits ranging from work-life balance to confidence in company leadership.

In interviews with the Free Press and Tribune, our leaders and staff cite our WorkFlex committee, which encourages staff to find work-life balance, our “Speak Up!” idea-sharing program, and our internal fellowships through which staff can experience other practice areas of the firm, as key components of our award-winning culture.

“At Plante Moran, we believe the whole person comes to work,” Terri Pollock explained to the Detroit Free Press. “We recognize our staff have personal and professional commitments beyond the office. They have children, parents, dogs, volunteer activities, and hundreds of hobbies, from photography and travel to quilting and trivia. That’s why we’re invested in creating a workplace where people want to come every day.”

Learn more via the Detroit Free Press.

Learn more via the Chicago Tribune.

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