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December 13 , 2021

FIRST-TIME

WINNER

MANAGERS WITH 100-499 EMPLOYEES

PCCP

Headquarters: Los Angeles
AUM: $13.9 billion as of June 30
Employees: 125
Years won: 2021 

3 cool things:
     • Medical insurance plans include fitness reimbursement, health-incentive program (participants complete health screenings and visits to receive money back), weight-loss program, acupuncture and chiropractic coverage, and infertility coverage. The company also pays 100% of employee medical and dental premiums. 
     • Participates in the Urban Land Institute’s Women's Leadership Initiative, providing its executives as speakers and participating in networking opportunities for female college students that could lead to a PCCP internship. Partners with SEO Career, a program that helps      • Black, Latino and Native American college students secure paid internships.  
Offers a financial wellness program called WellCents that enables employees to evaluate their financial status and savings, and plan and prepare to be financially well in the future.


Employees say:
     • ”Firm's ownership genuinely cares about the well-being of the firm's employees. Maintains a pleasant work environment and hires co-workers who are enjoyable to work with. Frequent communications regarding the state of the company, competitive compensation, and sufficient support in terms of staffing and technology to enjoy good work-life balance.”
     • ”The leaders care and are accessible. Even though the employee count has grown significantly, it still feels like ‘family.’ The culture is strong. Great place to learn and grow.”
     • “The organization has grown tremendously in the last year, which is unique during the global pandemic. The upper-level management has clearly made it their priority to spend time emphasizing the values and mission of the culture to the new hires, making us feel seen and important in the work we are doing each day.”

OUT-OF-OFFICE FUN: PCCP’s finance and accounting staffers enjoyed a day at Universal Studios as part of the firm’s annual departmental team-building activity. 

Profiles written by Rick Baert, Erin Chan Ding, Suzanne Cosgrove, Julie Tatge and Trilbe Wynne.

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