Accredited Investors Wealth Management® Receives
2018 Best Places to Work Award
June 19, 2018
Accredited Investors Wealth Management® is thrilled to announce that the firm has been named to the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal’s annual list of Best Places to Work in the Twin Cities Metro Area. This is the fourth consecutive year that Accredited Investors Wealth Management® has appeared on the list for small companies with 25-49 employees.
Employees from companies across the Twin Cities Metro Area participated in an independent, third-party survey, anonymously ranking their work places on criteria such as communication, professional development, and leadership practices. The Business Journal selected the highest-scoring companies to be its 2018 Best Places to Work honorees.
The full rankings of companies on the list will be announced at a ceremony in August, with the honoree companies to be recognized in the August 17th Best Places to Work publication of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
This regional award comes on the heels of Accredited being named a 2018 Best Places to Work for Financial Advisers by InvestmentNews, where Accredited ranked second nationally for companies with 30-49 employees. 1
About Accredited Investors Wealth Management
Founded in 1987, Accredited Investors Wealth Management® is a comprehensive, fee-only wealth management firm committed to aligning people’s resources with their values. Accredited Investors Wealth Management® manages approximately $1.9 billion for individuals. For more information, visit accredited.com.
1: To be eligible for consideration for the InvestmentNews 2018 Best Places to Work for Financial Advisers rankings, companies must be either a registered investment adviser (RIA), affiliated with an independent broker-dealer (IBD), or a hybrid doing business through an RIA. Additionally, eligible companies must have been in business for a minimum of one year, and have a minimum of 15 full-time/part-time employees.
Best Companies Group conducted company assessments. The assessment was a two-part process designed to gather detailed data about each participating company. In part one, the employer completed a questionnaire detailing company policies, practices, benefits, & demographics. In part two, employees of the company completed an employee engagement and satisfaction survey. The collected information from the two instruments was combined to produce a detailed set of data enabling the analysts to determine the strengths and opportunities of the participating companies. The workplaces were ranked based on this data.
Note: No fee was charged to participate in the survey process or the rankings for either the InvestmentNews or Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal rankings.