Crowe truly lived up to the hype. This is an incredible place to work at with managers that really value growth amongst their employees. Due to unforeseen COVID crisis some of us lost employment but I honestly truly feel better in my career path because of the growth and career opportunity Crowe, LLP provided. If you get a chance to work here, you will know what I'm talking about.
If you’re a former frat brother, this is the place for you. Some could get away with anything and some could get fired for asking your manager too many questions when they don’t provide training. Low job security, no training for experienced hires, far behind on technology. Management doesn’t care about employees and try to help you grow your career.
Working from home was convenient. The benefits were great. I learned a great deal from good people. What's most valuable to me are the lasting relationships that I've developed through the years at Crowe.
I have no complaints about working for Crowe, LLP. They care about the well-being of their employees, and they pay very well. The culture is very collaborative and their core values speak to just about anyone.
Upper management and leadership leave much to be desired. The front facing culture shown to the public and recruits is not an accurate representation of the actual culture, by and large. Certainly some teams and groups within specific offices may be exceptions, but by and large the culture is lip service.
This company, despite what they tell the press, has no loyalty to the employees. They just layed off all the USA employees in an entire area to replace them with employees from India they are paying half the salary.
A typical day at work is arriving at the office at 8:30 AM, grabbing a cup of coffee and heading to your desk. Then you open your computer and write down a to-do list while the computer loads. Then you work on preparing taxes and such for about three to four clients a day. Everyone is friendly and has a great attitude and a friendly smile. Someone is always happy to help.
I learned so much about CCH Axcess, PDFlyer and GoSystems software. It was fun to learn about different databases and software to prepare client returns.
Management is wonderful and is always happy to come to say hello to the new interns, new staff or just stop by to say thanks for all our hard work. It's very team-driven
The hardest part of the job is making sure to be thorough on the returns and getting all communication to each and every team member so that there is no miscommunication. There tends to be more miscommunication and tension during busy season, which is January through April.
The most enjoyable part of the job is getting free food and free coffee all through busy season and always having an excuse to have fun on the weekends.