Advice from a former Intuit admin employee: Don't get too excited about working for Intuit. They bombard you with "we want you to be happy - we want you to have a good work/life balance - our employees are our number one asset" pitches in addition to training/testing presentations acted out by *highly polished* employees in elaborate videos. They romance you while stabbing you in the back. Once a year they ask employees to voluntarily rate them on a wide variety of work-related subjects ranging from company-wide issues drilled down to specific site/management issues, then use the survey results to get their name on the "Best Companies to Work For" lists in all the major business publications, job boards and media. Within a month of the resulting data being released they show ingenuous remorse for relocating/closing profitable sites and laying off employees--pretty crappy tactics to ensure they get their "best rated" status. They spend a fortune giving employees tokens of appreciation (sweat shirts, magnets, commuter beverage cups, etc.), providing cafes, gyms, game rooms, lounges, team-building events, etc. -- don't expect that appreciation to actually exist in your specific site/department. They present a showy facade but in actuality are pretty heartless.