In order to ensure the quality of everything we do, we work as a team. We focus on the care and accessibility of our upper management. We focus on our clients, our peers and our community. We grow with the professionals who represent us on a daily basis. Our basic salary compensation is competitive with local and even national firms. We review and compare our salaries with industry statistics on an annual basis. Our performance bonuses provide a level of earnings compensation superior to our competitors.
Our staff is very important to us and we are aware of the importance of having wonderful benefits. Our benefits package is highly competitive and is constantly under review for upgrading.
Excellent career growth opportunities
Paid License and Certification Renewals
Health, Dental, Vision and Prescription Insurance Plan
Paid Sick Time
Paid Floating Holiday
Paid National Holidays
401K Plan (matching)
Employee Referral Bonus
Paid Continuing Education
Section 125 Plan
Short & Long Term Disability Insurance
Offer GAP Insurance
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