DENVER, Jan. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- RGL Forensics announced today that it was named the fourth best medium-sized accounting firm to work for in Accounting Today Magazine's 2012 "Best Accounting Firms to Work For" List. This national award was given in recognition of the company's ability to recruit and retain the nation's best forensic accounting professionals.
RGL ranked fourth out of 45 companies in the medium employer category, which includes U.S. companies with between 50 and 249 employees. This is the second year in a row that RGL was listed as one of the best Accounting firms to work for. This award also follows a March 2012 award from Accounting Today as one of the Top 100 Accounting Firms in the United States.
"Our clients provide us with interesting and challenging investigative work, which contributes greatly to our ability to attract and retain loyal, experienced professionals dedicated to the field of forensic accounting," said Angie MacPhee, CEO of RGL Forensics.
The annual award, given in collaboration with Best Companies Group, recognizes firms that rated well in several key human resource areas, including a comprehensive review and comparison of employee benefits and company policies, employee diversity and demographics, and an employee survey to gauge the overall satisfaction of the workforce.
RGL Forensics has 17 offices across the United States, with a total of 24 offices worldwide. The company has more than 200 employees. This is the second year RGL earned this recognition.
The official rankings were announced in the January issue of Accounting Today and are listed online at www.bestaccountingfirmstoworkfor.com.
About RGL Forensics
RGL Forensics is an international firm of accounting and valuation professionals who are specially trained in discovering and defining financial value. The firm establishes relevant facts and reliable figures for insurance, legal, corporate and public sector clients and has done so for more than 30 years. For more information about RGL Forensics, please visit www.rgl.com.
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