I have been working at Weaver full-time (More than a year)
Great people, very friendly. Work life balance is reasonable, if you spend you time at work actually working; preventing you from taking it home every night. Busy season is very manageable, again if you're using time wisely at work. I was able to take multiple exams during busy season and still perform well at work. Compensation is comparable. The areas of audit you get your hands on are dynamic, which is nice if you enjoy learning all areas of the financials. The firm is growing very fast, so there is plenty of room for advancement. Office is very nice and accommodating. Client variety is very diverse, allowing you to feel your way around the industries until you've found you niche. Partner track can be roughly 10-12 years. Weaver has plenty of resources for you to succeed.
Health benefits are sub-par.
Advice to Management
Great management .
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Weaver in October 2016.
I applied through on campus recruiting system. Was interviewed by a manager who didn't seem to be interested in me. Mostly ask me if I have any question for him. I was very nervous at the beginning and eventually got better, but had a bad feeling even from the beginning. We didn't have the chemistry.