PITTSBURGH (Nov. 26, 2019) – Ryan, a leading global tax services and software provider, has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania by the Central Penn Business Journal. This marks the eighth consecutive year that Ryan has been named to this exclusive list honoring the state’s most outstanding, employee-centric workplaces. The Firm has Pennsylvania offices in King of Prussia, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.
“We are honored by the trust our team members have placed in Ryan and appreciate their votes of confidence in our work culture,” said Ryan Global President and Chief Operating Officer Ginny B. Kissling. “Ryan’s work environment offers incredible freedom and flexibility, and our Pennsylvania team members continue to respond by delivering exceptional client service and results.”
The 2019 Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania award is sponsored by the Central Penn Business Journal, Team Pennsylvania, and the Department of Community and Economic Development.
Ryan, an award-winning global tax services and software provider, is the largest Firm in the world dedicated exclusively to business taxes. The Firm provides an integrated suite of international tax services on a multijurisdictional basis, including tax recovery, consulting, advocacy, compliance, and technology services. Ryan is a seven-time recipient of the International Service Excellence Award from the Customer Service Institute of America (CSIA) for its commitment to world-class client service. Empowered by the dynamic myRyan work environment, which is widely recognised as the most innovative in the tax services industry, Ryan’s multidisciplinary team of more than 2,700 professionals and associates serves over 14,000 clients in more than 50 countries, including many of the world’s most prominent Global 5000 companies. More information about Ryan can be found at ryan.com/europe. “Ryan” and “Firm” refer to the global organisational network and may refer to one or more of the member firms of Ryan International, each of which is a separate legal entity.