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I have been working at Grant Thornton full-time (More than 5 years)
The partners are kind, helpful, empathetic and make me a better employee and person over all. Everyone works together to achieve our goals. The client base is diverse and challenging. I work with people who take the time to teach me and enable me to become an expert at what I do.
Grant Thornton is growing fast and with that comes challenges. The office space is outdated and we do not have the best coffee.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Grant Thornton (Tulsa, OK) in May 2013.
Initially there was an on-campus interview with one of the partners. He asked some typical interview questions that you would expect to get a feel for you as a candidate. After a week or so, I received an email from their recruiter telling me that I was invited for an office visit. There were 3 interviews during this time. One with a partner and two with managers. These were all very informal, mainly focusing on the firm and what they do rather than myself. They were trying to sell them as a good place to work. They then took us out to lunch and back to the office to hang out and eat ice cream.
Reasons for Declining
For the Tulsa office, it seemed extremely well positioned. They focus on small and mid cap companies, which is perfect for that area. There was a reason why Big 4 moved from the area, but that leaves the market open for GT to thrive.