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I worked at Grant Thornton Ireland full-time (More than a year)
GT is looking to increase its market penetration and brand awareness on the consulting/advisory side. This provides opportunities to contribute toward business development initiatives and identify new opportunities for services. The firm’s culture is pleasant and collaborative, it has a high focus on organic growth. Colleagues for the most part are intelligent and driven.
Within HCAP (healthcare advisory), a team of about 40 consultants, leadership seems a bit lost. The group does not have a strategic plan or direction to compete against larger firms. Salary is market competitive but bonuses are on the low end due to the overall financial performance of the firm. Human resource support for consulting basics like travel booking, time logging, corporate cards, and cell phone is very poor. The structure for submitting career goals, fostering individual development ,and granting promotions is loose to non-existent. Turnover for the practice has been high which negates their aggressive hiring strategy. If you are looking at GT coming from the Big Four or a boutique consultancy, reevaluate your decision.
Advice to Management
Develop a business strategy Firm up your internal capabilities to support consultants Refine structure for setting goals and personnel development