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Survey Facilitates Successful Merger Transition at

Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP

Nationally recognized as a top employer, Baker Tilly’s extraordinary firm culture centers on listening to its team, which is why Quantum Workplace was its choice to measure satisfaction of new employees after a recent merger.

Heather Peters

“Quantum Workplace’s extensive experience with post-merger surveys proved invaluable to Baker Tilly. Throughout the process, they served as trusted advisors, providing us with trademark analysis on how well our new employees were integrating into the Baker Tilly culture. The data Quantum Workplace provided met our rigorous standards of excellence and helped us develop new initiatives to facilitate an even stronger integration.”

Heather Peters
Executive Director, HR Optimization

The Company

Founded in 1931, Baker Tilly is one of the top 15—and fastest-growing—accounting and advisory firms in the United States. With approximately 2,500 employees, Baker Tilly’s exceptional culture focuses on employee growth through flexible work-life balance and a commitment to open, collaborative relationships. As a result, the firm has received countless accolades as a top employer from Best Places to Work, Inside Public Accounting, Vault, and others. Chief Executive Officer-Elect Alan Whitman has said, “Baker Tilly’s vision is to become America’s finest professional services firm. This means creating an exceptional culture, in which all of our team members can participate in an innovative and collaborative workplace.”

Size: 1,001-5,000

Industry: Professional Services

Solution: Employee Engagement Survey

The Challenges

Baker Tilly understands how vital employee feedback is to its culture. A recent firm acquisition exemplified the proactive approach Baker Tilly leaders take in listening to new employees, particularly in the merger transition period. Already using Quantum Workplace for its employee engagement survey, Baker Tilly sought a survey solution to understand and evaluate the views of its new employees, with the goal of bridging any perceived issues related to the merger and to access how management could assist in their integration into the firm.

The Solution

A unique survey for employees from a newly merged-in firm:

  • Customized survey content focused on the recent merger
  • Ability to compare new employees’ responses to the rest of the Baker Tilly employee population