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Anonymous shared this review of Grant Thornton, United States on Sep 10th, 2020
"Find a good female mentor and get involved with the business resource groups. Make sure to advocate for yourself because you will need to way more then the men."
Anonymous shared this review of Grant Thornton, United States on Jun 22nd, 2020
"There are some women in regional leadership roles but need to have more women at higher levels."
Anonymous shared this review of Grant Thornton, United Kingdom on Jul 3rd, 2019
"Everything on paper seems good with this company. For example, they liked to brag that their CEO was female (she’s left now) and worked a 4-day week. They even won awards for women’s rights or something similar. However, the offices I worked in (2 different offices) were highly discriminatory, and though they gave me flexibility as a working parent on paper, I found out after leaving that the partner in my division hated flexible working and regularly complained (behind my back) about my being there. This was reflected in my professional development reviews, where I was regularly told I wasn’t “invested” in the firm and that I needed to show my presence in the office much more (ie staying until 7/8 pm, whereas my professional work contract was to leave at 5 to pick up my child from nursery). I was consistently told (despite contrary feedback from my direct line manager) that my work wasn’t good enough, and my manager confirmed that this was due to my not being in the office as much as my colleagues. All in all, a horrible work environment for working mothers."
Anonymous shared this review of Grant Thornton on Feb 18th, 2019
"I had a great experience and learned a lot from everyone on my team. Very friendly and open environment. "
Anonymous shared this review of Grant Thornton on Feb 15th, 2019
"Great place to work - flexibility and what's important to you outside of work is valued and respected!"
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