RSM named in top 10 employers in Scotland

RSM named in top 10 employers in Scotland

Alex Tait

RSM has been ranked among the top 10 best employers in Scotland by Best Companies.

At its first time of entering, RSM has achieved 10th place regionally in the prestigious chart, which represents the industry standard in identifying the UK’s leading employers.

Alex Tait, RSM UK’s regional managing partner for Scotland and Northern Ireland, said: “I’m thrilled to see RSM achieve top ten status as an employer in Scotland. The past two years have been an extremely challenging period for everyone, and our priority as a firm has been the wellbeing of our people, ensuring everyone feels supported, listened to, and valued.”

Nationally, RSM UK has been named as an ‘outstanding organisation to work for’ in 2022 by Best Companies. The audit, tax and consulting firm has propelled itself straight to a ‘Two Star’ accreditation, the second highest standard of workplace engagement. RSM was also named the UK’s sixth best Big Company to work for in the Best Companies to Work For national league table for the first quarter of 2022.

The ‘Two Star’ accreditation is awarded to a company that is outstanding to work for and strives for the very top. The accolade marks a major step for RSM as it aims to become a first-choice employer of highly skilled people, and as a leading adviser to middle market firms globally.

Rob Donaldson, CEO of RSM UK, said: “I’m proud to lead our fabulous team of talented and ambitious people. I am grateful for their support and encouragement. They have continued to adapt to complex and rapidly evolving market conditions, while positively contributing to our workplace culture.

“Looking to the future, it’s an exciting time at RSM. We have ambitions to grow globally and provide the highest quality advice to our clients across our many services. We can only achieve that by continuing to support and nurture our own people and by attracting new talent. We want to be seen as the place where people of all backgrounds can be themselves, thrive and build a career.”

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