Rebecca Toner, a public services associate in London speaks about Grant Thornton London’s two year partnership with the charity, Crisis and the various fundraising projects she and the team have been involved in.
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Lindsay Robertson, a Senior Audit Manager in the Glasgow office talks about the Grant Thornton Scotland offices’ charity partner, Sepsis Research (FEAT), and the various fundraising events that have taken place this year which have resulted in £10,000 being raised so far!
05 December 2019 | Guest blogger
This year in the Grant Thornton Bristol Office, we have partnered up with the Julian Trust night Shelter. This Bristol based homelessness charity provides incredible support to vulnerable people and communities in our city.
04 December 2019 | Guest blogger
In this article you'll find a list of our insight evenings and career fairs we'll be attending this year. We hope to see you at an upcoming event.
30 September 2019
If you are reading this blog then you may be one of the 269 graduates, school leavers and placement students that have made it through a rigorous recruitment process and are about to join our Grant Thornton family – congratulations! You’ve made it though online tests, a digital interview, and finally an experience day where you had your face-to-face interview and you have been chosen out of over 9000 applicants!
19 August 2019 | Lara Golding
Hi, my name is Victoria and I’ll be starting as an Advisory Associate in the Glasgow office at the end of August. If you're interested in learning about the application process at Grant Thornton, read my blog top learn about my experience from application to offer.
19 August 2019 | Victoria Reid
Hi, my name is Sophia and I have just started my 12-month Audit Placement at the Reading office. t Grant Thornton they throw you in at the deep end! – I was working at a client’s office in my second week! At first, I was really nervous as I did not know what to expect, but everyone was so welcoming which made me feel really relaxed.
01 August 2019 | Sophia Belchier-Brown
Since I joined Grant Thornton, the one aspect of the firm that has really stood out to me is the people. From the moment we started, everyone has been welcoming and energetic; this helped settle the nerves we had and gave us a glimpse of the famous GT culture that is often talked about.
23 July 2019 | Haroon Zareen
Reshma Ravikumar, a public services associate in London speaks about her experience dealing with the mental duress that comes with busy season and the support she has received from Grant Thornton.
17 May 2019 | Guest blogger
George, a tax associate in Cardiff speaks about his experience dealing with mental health issues when relocating and the support received from Grant Thornton.
16 May 2019 | George Hirons
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.
15 May 2019 | Guest blogger
Exams - such a small word with such a large amount of fear attached to it. Exams are a big part of your training contract at Grant Thornton and the number of exams you will be required to sit will depend on which qualification you are studying towards and which service line your graduate scheme is in.
14 May 2019 | Guest blogger
Lucy Dale, an advisory associate in Glasgow speaks about her experience dealing with her mental health issues and the support that she has received from Grant Thornton.
13 May 2019 | Lucy Dale
Read on to find out about Charlie and Matt's their experience at Grant Thornton's Liverpool office.
08 March 2019 | Guest blogger
My name is Zane Salmon and I am an Audit Assistant on a 15-month placement in the Liverpool office. My journey began when I left school in 2016 with 3 A’s at A-Level with aspirations to study Biomedical Sciences at University of Liverpool. I found out quite early on that the mainstream education pathway wasn’t for me and left university to re-think my career path.
04 March 2019 | Guest blogger
"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."