HBK Named a Best Place to Work in 2023 in New Jersey


HBK has been recognized as a Best Place to Work in New Jersey by NJBIZ, a weekly business journal covering the state’s business activity and for its business leaders and executives. The 2023 NJBIZ Best Place to Work honorees were announced July 12.

“Based upon the results of a survey conducted by BridgeTower Media’s Best Companies Group, the 2023 honorees across small (15 – 49 employees), medium (50 – 249 employees) and large (more than 250 employees) employers are determined from none other than their own employees,” NJBiz announced. “The program confidentially collects data, allowing workers to share feedback about their employers, and for those companies to learn from and act on that knowledge.”

HBK’s selection came in the “large company” category. The firm has also been recognized in Florida and Ohio as a best place to work in 2023.

“We are honored to be recognized as a Best Place to Work alongside many of New Jersey’s finest companies,” noted HBK Mid-Atlantic regional Principal-in-Charge Thomas M. Angelo, CPA, CITP. “Our team members are our most important asset, and cultivating an environment where they can continue to learn and grow professionally while balancing their personal needs is a priority for us. I continue to be proud of our team for their commitment to our culture, our clients, and most of all, each other.”

HBK, an Accounting Today magazine Top 50 U.S. CPA firm, operates from 16 offices in four states, including two New Jersey offices in Holmdel and Cherry Hill. It recently moved its Mid-Atlantic regional headquarters into Holmdel’s historic Bell Works. To reach the HBK office in Holmdel, call (732) 381-8887.

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