Wipfli is a leading accounting firm looking for exceptional candidates with srong technical abilities and teamwork skills. Interns get a lot of training and are given real work to do, and full-time staff get valuable training and can move among various areas of the firm. A healthy work/life balance can be achieved at the firm, and compensation is very competitive.
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Wipfli runs an informal interviewing process; ideally, it is looking for exceptional candidates with good technical abilities who work well in teams and will fit with its firm culture. Internships with the firm are said to be great learning experiences where interns get a lot of training and are given real work to do. Wipfli also provides valuable training for its full-time staff and allows employees to move among various areas of the firm.
Flexible hours are offered to insiders, who say they have a healthy work/life balance in general. However, hours can still be long, particularly during busy season. Compensation is said to be very competitive with other firms of Wipfli’s size, while benefits and perks could be improved. The firm is not all that racially d...
Wipfli LLP began in 1930 when Wisconsin native Clarence Wipfli opened an accounting practice in Wausau, Wis., where the firm's headquarters stand to this day. In 1942, John Ullrich became the firm's first managing partner, and the business was rechristened Wipfli Ullrich & Co. a few years later.
The firm's expansion across the Midwest was propelled by its founders' determination to recruit top talent and provide ongoing training for its employees. Wipfli now has 45 offices in the U.S., two offices in India, and more than 2,400 employees. It's also a member of PKF North America, the North American member of PKF International, one of the world’s 10 largest global accounting networks.
In 2021, Wipfli ranked No. 19 on Accounting Today's Top 100 ...