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Employees rate Washington 1.4% lower than the overall average
I have been working at Grant Thornton full-time (Less than a year)
This has to be one of the smartest group of people ... who are also nice and respectful. Those usually don't go together as an organization. At Grant Thornton there is a real sense of long-term, success and concern of careers and our client's success. There hasn't been any mention of short-term, only concern is delivering value so we have a strong reputation.
In my case, I love the office but it's a tough commute to downtown DC.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Grant Thornton (Washington, DC) in October 2014.
The process started with an on-campus interview and then was invited to an in-office interview. The in office interview is a daylong interview where you meet with several different levels of staff. The interview is almost as much an interview of you as it is an interview of GT. They want you to want to work at GT, not just give an offer to a qualified individual.
I did not attempt to negotiate, I was pleased with the offer.