Big Four firms make 25 Best Big Companies list

Big Four firms make 25 Best Big Companies list

Two of the Big Four firms have made it into the Sunday Times’ 25 Best Big Companies to Work For 2018 list.

EY came in tenth place, up from 17th place in 2017, while Deloitte rose from 18th place to 13th place on this year’s list.


The companies were ranked using results that are based on employee engagement surveys, with respondents sharing their thoughts on areas such as leadership, management and personal growth.

While EY and Deloitte were the only accountancy firms to make the top 25 list, four accountancy bodies were named in the Best 100 Mid Companies 2018 list. These were PKF Cooper Parry (12th), Bishop Fleming (26th), Anderson Anderson & Brown (39th) and Price Bailey, which entered the list for the first time in 77th place.

Several other finance firms also made the Best 100 Mid Companies list, with Charter Court Financial Services and First Response Finance both making the top ten in sixth and tenth place respectively.

The top 100 small companies to work for were also revealed, with accountancy firm PKF-FPM coming in 64th place on the list.


Commenting on EY’s position on the 25 Best Big Companies to Work For list, EY UK Chairman Steve Varley said: “To be named one of the UK’s Best Big Companies to Work for again is a fantastic achievement. It is recognition for our people who work hard every day, to create a positive environment where everyone can thrive. It also strengthens our focus on what we can do more of, to be the UK’s most inclusive and favoured employer, both now and in the 

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