Through our competitive total rewards strategy, we offer you so much more than just a paycheck. We offer a comprehensive portfolio of health, welfare and retirement plans, and an environment where you are supported to pursue your professional and personal aspirations.
Grant Thornton LLP promotes a nationally recognized culture of health and offers an extensive array of benefits to meet individual lifestyles. For a complete list of benefits please visit http://www.gt.com/.
Grant Thornton does a great job compensating and for PTO days.
Standard accounting firm benefits packages
401K - It will vest only after 3 years of employment - For me it is still something every human being should be grateful for. Tuition/review materials and CPA fees - all are reimbursable unlimited FTO - as long as you are meeting your expected utilisation rate, you can take time-off. You will feel that the office is really promoting the work life balance by taking vacation leave.
- Good employer match, easy online interface to change your elections. Benefits are comprehensive and very good.
The Flexible Time Off (FTO) approach is great and really helps make taking time off an easier and less-stressful experience
Flex time off, competitive insurance and 401k
I receive good health, vision, dental insurance, 401 K retirement plan , and have the option of many other benefits.
They could do a better 401k match, but overall the benefits are good. Would recommend Grant Thornton over some of my friends experiences with other firms and industry.
I was first told about unlimited FTO during my interview. It sounded like a great benefit but little did I know about the utilization rate of 95%. If I was aware of this policy I probably would have declined the offer. That’s extremely too high. They give you additional days around the holidays to take off but then you have to make up the time. That makes no sense. Why give us the days.
The salary compared to the amount of hours and clients to work on is much lower than the associate should be paid.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.