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Anonymous shared this review of CliftonLarsonAllen , United States on May 20th, 2019
"I worked in human resources for this firm - women were not treated equitably in compensation, hiring practices, or performance evaluations. Inequitable compensation between men and women and gender discriminatory hiring practices were brought to leadership and HR's attention and they were unwilling to address it. "
Anonymous shared this review of CliftonLarsonAllen on Feb 26th, 2018
"Some offices are heavy in male leadership. Long hours are expected year round, to stand out it feels like you have to work as much or more than the men "
Anonymous shared this review of CliftonLarsonAllen on Nov 13th, 2017
"Getting public accounting experience here is great - you’ll audit a variety of clients and learn a lot. Just be prepared to give a lot of your personal time (lots of travel weeks, and required Saturdays during busy season) to the firm. Since the firm generally pay below market value of what you could make at another accounting firm or industry, I view working here as a stepping stone to get me the experience I need to pivot into an industry accounting role. "
Anonymous shared this review of CliftonLarsonAllen on Dec 30th, 2016
"Management are open to women in leadership positions, but that doesn't necessarily manifest itself in a lot of areas. Maternity policy isn't as good as it is at other, similar firms. "