Culture

At LBMC we realize that people are most effective and happier overall when they can nurture a healthy balance between their personal and professional lives. We strive for continual satisfaction in this area of our practice, which in return provides continuity of our engagement teams and a higher level of staff and client contentment.

As illustrated by our “Best Places to Work” recognition, LBMC is committed to attracting and retaining the nation’s best talent, positioning ourselves to best serve clients with the industry’s brightest minds.

LBMC Culture


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What’s the company culture like at LBMC?

More than a career.

LBMC has been named a top 50 firm in the country. Today, we’ve become industry leaders in financial, human resources, technology, information security, and wealth advisory services backed by more than 600 employees – not because a business plan told us to be, but because we’re entrepreneurs and our clients asked us to be.

As one of the top firms in the U.S., we are able to offer you more than just a job; we offer you a future that is as bright as you want to make it. LBMC works diligently to develop a unique, collaborative culture with a focus on coaching and training programs. With an unwavering commitment to developing future leaders in the company, LBMC is an employer of choice.

Career Opportunities

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LBMC’s Women Initiative Program


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WIN@LBMC is a community dedicated to attracting, retraining, developing, encouraging and supporting women within LBMC.

Women’s Initiative Network

Mission

WIN@LBMC is a community dedicated to attracting, retraining, developing, encouraging and supporting women within LBMC.

Why?

WIN@LBMC is an affinity group led by an employee steering committee dedicated to developing the skills of all female employees at LBMC. The WIN@LBMC steering committee solicits feedback from over 300 LBMC employees to help guide the direction of the group’s development and social activities. We frequently hold networking events, host female leadership panel discussions and participate in industry webinars.

Employees are offered the opportunity to volunteer for steering or communications committee roles within WIN@LBMC.

Introduction to LBMC’s Young Professionals


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Youth Villages Field Day with the YPs


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A look into our team-building activities and volunteer opportunities

LBMC Young Professionals

Created to foster leadership, promote teamwork and grow community networks, the Young Professionals (YP) Program supports new LBMC employees with ample opportunity for career development and support.

Available to those in the first seven years of their professional careers, we deliver training, coaching and ongoing access to experts and resources. The YPs direct all program aspects, from budgeting to volunteering, allowing them to build their experience. In direct response to YP input, LBMC provides team-building activities, volunteer opportunities and ways to become board members of non-profit organizations.

Because of its success, the program has received global recognition, with top honors from LEA Global. Our YP members develop values and skills for a lifetime.

An illustration of how much LBMC values our people, the Young Professionals Program nurtures top talent that is retained for years to come.

LBMC Lending Hands


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Lending Hands is LBMC’s community service initiative that gives employees the opportunity to “lend a hand.”

LBMC Second Harvest Volunteer Day


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LBMC volunteers with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.

Committed to making our community better.

LBMC employees can be found volunteering at the local NPR station, sorting food at food banks, speaking to a Beta Alpha Psi group on a local university campus, running in community fundraiser races or playing in a community kick ball game, to name a few. We place a priority on community, both inside LBMC and outside. It is no wonder LBMC is recognized as a leader in community involvement.

Each year, LBMC holds our Lending Hands initiative, which allows employees to choose local non-profit organizations within each of our markets and volunteer throughout one week during business hours. In 2018, more than 270 employees volunteered to assist over 25 organizations with various projects, from installing smoke alarms, wrapping holiday gifts and stocking food pantries. We look forward to giving back to our community through this annual event!