Creating an engaged workforce starts with trust — the foundation to any successful relationship. We trust our people to deliver high-quality service to our clients, so we give them flexibility in where and how they work.
If we take care of the people who take care of our clients, our business will take care of itself. We’re committed to offering a workplace that supports the professional and personal success of our people.
Our "Where to Work" policy gives employees the option to work where it's most convenient and where they can be most productive - whether that's in a Crowe office, from home, or from another remote location. Likewise, when our people are working in the office, our "What to Wear" policy allows for casual dress, including jeans.
As part of the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, Crowe leadership are among the 800+ who have signed a pledge to cultivate workplaces where diverse perspectives and experiences are welcomed.
We're dedicated to providing an environment in which our people bring their whole selves to work and feel supported and valued.
We believe learning and growing are fundamental to professional development, period.
From free health screenings and flu shots to our weekend childcare reimbursement, we provide a comprehensive well-being program that provides more than traditional compensation and health benefits. We recognize the benefits of a healthy workforce and offer a wide range of programs to promote physical, emotional, and financial well-being.
More than 90% of our people have joined our well-being portal, which rewards well-being activities with medical premium discounts and gift cards.
A Letter from Crowe CEO Jim Powers and Chief Diversity Officer Chris Mitchell
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We are recognized as a leader in our industry and a top employer nationwide – in part because of our social responsibility practices, but also thanks to the people who make Crowe a great place to work.
Julie Wood is our engaged workforce executive champion and chief people officer.