Martyn Royle, an Audit associate from Cardiff speaks about coping with mental health issues and how it affects him and those around him. Read on to find out about how he tackles this challenge while steadily regaining his confidence.
"There has never been a more exciting time to get involved with transfer pricing. With constant developments in international transfer pricing regulations, ever increasing tax authority scrutiny and growing complexity of tax regimes all over the world, our clients need us now more than ever. " - Izabela Pajak, Associate
05 February 2019 | Guest blogger
Whether you’re thinking of applying or you’re already in the process, one of the final steps before getting hired is going through an experience day. This day is an opportunity to show us who you really are and for us to get to know each other better. You’ll receive more information before the experience day, but in the meantime, the Spilling the Beans team has put together our top 5 tips to ace your experience day.
30 January 2019 | Sally Grinham, Lucy Dale, Aminur Hussain
Find out about the exciting world of Employer Solutions - Global Mobility Services (GMS) division at GT from Lewis McMahon at our Oxford office.
21 January 2019 | Guest blogger
Simran Dhaliwal gives us a glimpse into her day-to-day role as a VAT trainee at GT's Reading office. Read on to find out more ...
21 January 2019 | Guest blogger - Trainee
Richard Shao gives us an insight into his time in the Corporate Tax team. "Since I have been with GT, I have been to a meeting at a client site, and have had the opportunity to sit in on multiple calls between managers and clients. I have even had a client call me up personally, completely out of the blue, to run through some tax queries, which was unexpected and a little bit scary. Having said that, it’s the unexpected nature of the job that can make it very interesting, and pushes you to always be on the ball."
14 December 2018 | Guest blogger - Trainee
Charlie Walsh gives us an insight into his time in the Transfer Pricing team. "I’ve really enjoyed the amount that I am learning on the job. Transfer pricing involves learning a lot of information about the client’s business and using it to determine what needs to be done and how it needs to be done; learning why my colleagues ask the questions and make the decisions that they do is very interesting."
06 December 2018 | Guest blogger - Trainee
Guest blogger : Luke Skears – Audit Graduate Trainee, Bristol Office ‘’If you give people tools, and they use their natural abilities and their curiosity, they will develop things that will surprise you very much beyond what you might have expected’’. Although this is a quote from Bill Gates, it could equally be the overall message that I have taken from my initial few weeks at Grant Thornton.
29 October 2018 | Guest blogger - Trainee
We have been ranked second in the Social Mobility Employer Index 2018 and awarded the Queen’s award for social mobility. Here at Grant Thornton, social mobility and inclusion are one of our top priorities.
11 October 2018 | Octavia Tenga
For those that have read our previous post on Talent 18: What to know, many might be wondering what it is and why we at Grant Thornton are incredibly proud of it. Talent is our annual induction for all trainees that join the firm in the year. Here, joiners are introduced to the organisation and what it means to be a part of our culture and ethos.
08 October 2018 | Oishi Ghosh
As a placement student in Public Sector Audit (PSA), you soon learn that when Grant Thornton job advertisements state that your job role will entail early responsibility, they are not joking! You will be plunged straight into work after your first week of induction training, with a supportive team around to answer questions and to […]