NJBIZ Best Places to Work

Lucky 13! KRS CPAs Named Among 2024 NJBIZ Best Places to Work

For the 13th year, we have received the NJBIZ Best Places to Work in New Jersey Award for companies with 15-49 employees. We are thrilled to have won again.

“We pride ourselves on our ‘work hard, play harder’ culture that keeps everyone motivated through tax seasons that just keep getting busier,” said Maria Rollins, CPA, MST, and managing partner.

NJBIZ Best Places to WorkKRS offers remote and hybrid work arrangements, which save employees the delays and stresses of commuting, freeing them to spend more time on client matters – and achieve work-life balance.

To strengthen team camaraderie, the firm holds weekly in-office events featuring different themes and activities. These events are showcased on the KRS CPAs Instagram page.

Career Opportunities

KRS is growing. As a result, we’re adding senior and staff accountants, an audit senior and administrative assistant, as well as bookkeepers. We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits. Other reasons why KRS is a great place to work:

  • We’re a small firm that offers big career development including training, mentorship, and challenging, interesting work – as well as advancement opportunities.
  • Our “open-door” culture is the foundation for a positive, supportive work environment that gives our employees the freedom to succeed.
  • Our work is meaningful and we take pride in helping our clients achieve personal and business success.
  • Summer Office Hours and unlimited PTO supports our employees’ work-life balance.
  • The “Dress for Your Day” policy keeps everyone relaxed and focused on our work.

To learn more about our current openings, visit our Career Opportunities page.

Honoring NJ’s best employers

The NJBIZ Best Places program identifies, recognizes and honors New Jersey’s top places of employment that benefit the state’s economy, workforce, and businesses. The 2024 NJBIZ Best Places to Work 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.

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.