Your Part-Time Controller, which has been recognized four times by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a Best Place to Work in Philadelphia — and as THE Best Place to Work in 2015 — is proud to announce that for a second time we have also been named one of the Best Places to Work in Washington, D.C.

The Washington Business Journal will confer the honor on YPTC’s Washington, DC office at its 12th annual gala celebration of the Washington workforce on June 9, 2016 at Arena Stage. In 2013, our D.C. office was ranked #11 out of 25 companies in the Small Business category and was cited for its workplace culture in which employees are allowed to set their own schedules because many of them work on-site at client locations.

YPTC was also recognized for its family-like environment and support of community endeavors and charity fundraising efforts.

“This is a very gratifying recognition for us,” said Eric Fraint, CPA, President and Founder of YPTC. “We have had a presence in the Washington metropolitan area for only a relatively short period of time. We are extremely proud of this distinction and of the work that our staff are doing to assist nonprofits in the nation’s capital.”

YPTC earned the prestigious Best Place to Work distinction from the Philadelphia Business Journal in 2010, 2011, 2013 and was named THE Best Place to Work in Philadelphia in 2015. The competitions rank the top employers according to scores given to them by the people who know them most intimately – their own workers. Companies are ranked on factors of job satisfaction and trust in leadership known to drive employee engagement including team effectiveness, trust, alignment with goals, and corporate practices related to respect, recognition and benefits.

“We are consistently inspired by the dedication and commitment of our staff. It’s no wonder that so many of them welcome the opportunity to tell prospective new employees why they enjoy working here, and this team spirit carries over into a can-do attitude and enthusiasm for our clients,” said Fraint.