Intuit Overview

  • www.intuit.com/careers/glassdoor
  • Mountain View, CA
  • 5001 to 10000 Employees
  • 1983
  • Company - Public (INTU)
  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • $5 to $10 billion (USD)

Intuit is a global technology platform that helps our customers and communities overcome their most important financial challenges. We help give over 50 million consumer, small business and self-employed customers around the world the opportunity to prosper through products like ...
Mission: Powering prosperity around the world

Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2021(#34), 2020(#70), 2019(#38), 2018(#30), 2017(#20), 2014(#19), 2012(#42), 2010(#44), 2009(#11)

Top CEOs: 2018(#22), 2017(#13), 2015(#36), 2014(#7), 2013(#23)

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Company Updates

May 5, 2021
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The tech world is at the apex of innovation — it’s constantly evolving, ushering in cutting-edge inventions, and optimizing our everyday lives. Much of that innovation is happening at Intuit, the global technology platform that has developed software like TurboTax, QuickBooks, Credit Karma, and Mint. Lately, Intuit has been embracing one of the quickest-growing areas in programming: open source.
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How An Ethos Of Empowerment Fueled This Tech Company's Open Source Initiative
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April 26, 2021
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Intuit ranks #11 on Fortune's 2021 Best Companies to Work For! Learn more about what makes Intuit a great place to work. The global financial platform company—celebrating its 20th year on our list—looked out for employees during the pandemic: It funded the retirement plan with restricted stock units and bonuses at 100%, and continued to pay the salaries of frontline workers who staff and maintain facilities even when they were closed. Intuit also gave every employee eight days off to simply “recharge.” The company saw its stock surge ahead this year, nearly doubling from pandemic lows.
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Intuit | 2021 100 Best Companies
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Intuit Reviews

4.4
88%
Recommend to a Friend
94%
Approve of CEO
Sasan Goodarzi
Sasan Goodarzi
1,080 Ratings
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5.0
Current Employee, less than 1 year

"Incredible company intensely focused on its customers"

Dec 8, 2020 - Lead Motion Designer in San Diego, CA
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Positive Outlook
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Pros

– High degree of autonomy on meaningful projects – Engaging collaboration, partnerships, and mentorships – Incredible industry events and opportunities – Management listens to your ideas and

Cons

– Overabundance of communication can feel a bit overwhelming at times

Advice to Management

Keep up the awesome work of listening to your employees and making space for them to do their best work.
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Diversity & Inclusion at Intuit

4.5
(555 Reviews)

Diversity Programs & Initiatives

"For us to make the best decisions as an organization and to have the best debates, it’s important that a diversity of voices are heard. As we say at Intuit, diversity is a fact, inclusion is a choice." - Sasan Goodarzi, Intuit CEO

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Diversity & Inclusion FAQs

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How is race or ethnicity talked about at Intuit?

...Open and accepting to everyone, sex, race, sexual orientation are important to Intuit to make sure we have diversity in thought....Read More

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Intuit Interviews

Experience
Positive61%
Negative23%
Neutral15%
Getting an Interview
Applied online43%
Recruiter18%
Employee Referral15%
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    Senior Development Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in San Diego, CA
    Accepted Offer
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Intuit (San Diego, CA)

    Interview

    Applied through the corp site to a couple of different roles. Recruiter reached out within a week to chat about my goals, experience, why I'm looking, why I'm interested in Intuit. At the end of the call the recruiter said they'd like me to chat with the hiring manager. That hiring manager chat was put on the calendar for the following week (but it took less than 48 hours to get it scheduled). Hiring Manager screen was a deeper dive into my experience as a manager, how I lead, how I deal with challenging situations and grow engineers. This phone call had more technical questions around projects/team s I've led in the past, and what level of contribution I had. There were a couple of very specific domain level questions that I think were intended just as a check to make sure I wasn't just throwing buzzwords around and that I actually had experience with certain tech. Overall the call covered a lot of different topics but was fairly easy. I got feedback within 24 hours that they wanted me to move to the onsite stage, and it was put on the calendar for a little less than two weeks later. There was a take home "assignment". I was a given a prompt (eng management scenario) a few days before the onsite, and asked to craft a presentation around how I'd approach the scenario, with the expectation that I'd have to spend ~45 minutes talking through it to a panel of interviewers at the onsite. Onsite was several rounds and quite long, but similar to most tech interviews. First round was with hiring manager, Staff engineers, and a couple of other managers. Spent about ~10 minutes on intros, then gave presentation during which they interrupted (not rudely) to ask questions or dive deeper along the way). After the presentation there were more questions on topics (e.g. how i make tradeoffs) they wanted to dive deeper into. It didn't seem like anyone had a script. It was more like they were adapting their questions to the content of my presentation. Next round was a 1:1 interview with another manager, who asked me more strategic questions related to how I lead engineering teams. Another round was with two Product Managers seeking to understand what it would be like to work and reason through things with me. Another was with an engineer and manager who asked me to whiteboard a particularly complicated system I led the development of, and they asked a lot of specific questions on why certain tech was chosen, or why something was designed or certain way. Last round was 1:1 with the hiring manager, which was more of a coffee chat, seemingly gauging compatibility in management styles, etc. I had a verbal decision (yes) within 24 hours from the recruiter, and an offer in hand 48 hours after that. In my experience since then, one thing I'm most grateful for in Intuit's interview process is the fact that they have a STRONG policy of getting feedback to candidates (management, IC's, anyone) as soon as humanly possible. I wish more companies were like this.
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Intuit Awards & Accolades

  • 100 Best Companies to Work ForFortune2021
  • Best Places to WorkGlassdoor2021
  • Best Place to Work for LGBTQ EqualityHuman Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Corporate Equality Index2021
  • Best Employers for WomenForbes2020
  • WayUp Top 100 Internship ProgramsWayUp2020

Pledges & Certifications

  • Veteran Hiring Commitment

    Committed to helping America's military veterans find work

  • Social Responsibility Pledge

    Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities

  • Diversity Commitment

    Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

  • Tech Hiring Commitment

    Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers

  • Returnships

    Offer formal "internships" for mid-career people or those returning to the workforce

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What is paid time off like at Intuit?

...subsidized health insurance, 401K company match, matching donations to charities, parental leave, generous PTO, 3 days of volunteer time off and other perks and benefits....

March 22, 2019

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