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Employees rate Seattle 10.8% lower than the overall average
I have been working at Grant Thornton full-time (More than 3 years)
Incredible culture with a clear path for my future.
Would like to see leadership stick to decisions once they are made.
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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Grant Thornton (Seattle, WA).
First call was with an outside Recruiter. He was great and thought I was a strong candidate based on cultural fit as well as professional experience. The second round was another phone call, this time directly with a member of the consulting team, more culture fit and "tell us about yourself and your background" questions. The last round was an intensive 3-hour in-person process. First hour was with two Consultants who walked through my CV and probed every project and previous job. Very detailed. 2nd hour was a case study with two consultants. No prep time and the case was given orally. Needed to identify weaknesses in the P&L (they had one when I asked) and make recomendations on whether or not to drop a product line. I was then given a 2nd case study focusing on change management and workforce augmentation. The last hour was with the VP. He came off like he didn't want to be there and was annoyed I was wasting his time.