How Flexibility and Employee Engagement Fueled WCS’s Success
“The last 15 months have taken companies on a roller coaster ride of experiences from a sudden transition to remote work to phased plans for a return to the office; from creating policies to address vaccine mandates to battling the Great Resignation amidst a raging war on talent.
“While many businesses were able to adapt and get creative with employee engagement, others never quite figured it out, and any wins companies had in 2020 have seemed to fade in 2021.
“According to Quantum Workplace’s annual Employee Engagement Trends Report, employers had reported strong year-over-year growth in employee engagement in 2020, but engagement has declined in 2021. The percentage of employees defined as engaged with their jobs dropped from 81% in January 2021 to 74% in July 2021.
“Seemingly every webinar and article about workplace trends focuses on culture and employee engagement. At WCS, however, culture is not a trend or buzzword. It is the centrifugal force that guides how the accounting firm operates every day.
“Founded as Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra in 1979, today WCS has three locations in the region, and has expanded its range of services beyond traditional tax, accounting and consulting services to include investigative accounting, non-profit organizations, construction and real-estate, governmental, employee benefit plans and health care practices.
“The firm is proud of its progressive approach to operations with partners leading teams of employees versus a top-down structure, and a shift away from the traditional model for accounting firms with everyone working quietly at their desks and competing for the next advancement opportunity.”