DHG is the largest accounting firm headquartered in the South. Career development opportunities include internal mobility options, good training offerings, and an “anytime feedback” policy. DHG has a family-like culture and allows staff to create flexible schedules. D&I is a focus—a women’s program empowering women in the workplace is particularly effective.
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Dixon Hughes Goodman is looking for intelligent, hardworking candidates who are eager to learn and challenge themselves. The firm runs a valuable internship program in which students gain hands-on experience in both tax and audit, and are treated like first-year staff. Career development opportunities for full-time staff are plentiful. There are internal mobility options and good training offerings, and managers have an open-door policy. Insiders also very much appreciate the firm’s new ‘anytime feedback’ policy. As for the quality of life at Dixon Hughes Goodman, the firm has a family-like culture, and numerous insiders say their great colleagues and the ability to create flexible schedules are among the best parts of their jobs. The compensation and benefits package are competit...
Dixon Hughes Goodman is the largest accounting firm headquartered in the South and one of the 20 largest in the nation by revenues. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., the firm has 29 offices, primarily located in the South and Mid-Atlantic, and employs a staff of over 2,190, including 227 partners. Matt Snow is the firm's CEO.
The current incarnation of the firm began in 2004 when Dixon Odom PLLC merged with Crisp Hughes Evans LLP. Seven years later, in early 2011, the firm, then known as Dixon Hughes PLLC, merged with fellow southern accounting firm Goodman & Company. Goodman was a firm with roots dating to 1932; it had approximately 500 employees and was one of the top 35 accounting firms, by revenue, in the U.S. at the time of the merger. Today, the firm provides its clients with a full range of audit, tax, assu...