Senior Associate (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – September 21, 2017
GT is an excellent choice if you're looking at getting into public accounting. You will gain so many important skills in a short amount of time and you will meet a lot of really good people along the way. As an auditor, you will experience relaxing summers with lots of time off. The culture is great and the people are top notch.
High level of flexibility from days off, working from home and flexible hours. Technology is far behind other firms and needs complete upgrading. Compensation is lower than Big 4 once you get above staff.
Decent starting job but lack of incentives to remain
Audit Senior Associate (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 24, 2017
A decent company to start a career out of college given variety of clients and amount of responsibilities given at an early stage. However, very wide range of people here ranging from great to really bad. Poor management at the top and lack of performance incentives and transparency.
Hard working, diligent team dedicated to working long hours
Senior Tax Associate | Financial Services (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – August 12, 2017
Grant Thornton's tax department supports an environment for learning and advancement. The work is demanding but matched with fair compensation and recognition at the individual level. The office is quiet yet welcoming. Office culture emphasizes open communication and activities outside of work to grow as a team. As long as you are wiling to put in the time to learn, communicate and deliver, it is a rewarding place to begin a career in accounting.
DESKTOP SUPPORT (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – August 2, 2017
Grant Thornton (NSC Global) I would never represent NSC again. i Enjoyed supporting Grant Thornton the Best that i could but ,NSC was Very Unprofessional with the Contract that they had with Support . However, I ran Grant Thornton for 9 months by myself as my daily Routine . all daily IT Functions listed in my Resume that i accomplished on a daily basis