Overall a good reputable firm. The firm is expanding and has various career growth opportunities. Good compensation and PTO. Offices are very nice.
Disorganization in upper management collaboration and decision-making. High employee turnover rate.
Advice to Management
Increase collaborative efforts with each other and focus on the young generation of the firm.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Doeren Mayhew (Houston, TX) in October 2014.
They came to my college and did an informational session about the company. It was their first time on campus. It was a nice meet and greet and the next day I had an interview with a tax manager and it went well. I was then invited to an office interview about 1 week later. I met with an intern, staff,manager, and 2 partners (they refer to as shareholders). One partner said that I may be too nice for the job. I'm not sure what he meant by that. Each interview was conversational, so that was good. The people were nice and down to earth. No technical questions. They notified me about the internship offer about 1.5 weeks later.