A Conversation With… The CEO Sacha Romanovitch continues. In part 4 Sacha talks about capping her salary, maintaining a work-life balance, and much more!
As I’m writing this blog, myself and the rest of the audit team in Shrewsbury are currently making the most of #PorkBapFridays, after a hard week’s work on my third client of this year’s Local Government season. Just under two months ago, I had finished my degree and had joined the Public Sector Assurance Department in Birmingham, as an early-starter to the 2015 Graduate Scheme. 10 months before this, I was in the London Euston Office with 15 other final-year students beginning my role as a Campus Community Manager (CCM). And eight weeks before that, I was fumbling with my pass trying to get into the office on my first day as a summer intern.
A conversation with… The CEO continues! In part 3, Sacha gives some advice for people considering applying to the firm, as well as giving some advice for those wanting to progress through the ranks at Grant Thornton.
A conversation with… The CEO continues. In part 2 Sacha tells us more about her entry route into Grant Thornton and much more!
Hi all! I’m Rachel and I’ve recently joined Grant Thornton as a placement student. I’ll be here for the next year in between my second and third year at Sussex university where I study Accounting and Finance.
Every Wednesday, within the Public Sector Audit (PSA) department at the London Euston office, we do something called Wacky Wednesdays. This takes place…you guessed it…every Wednesday afternoon for the duration of the internship programme. As placement students, we get involved with the summer interns in the in Public Sector Audit team based at Euston, London. We take part in a range of social activities with some of the managers and associates. Here’s a little insight into what has happened during the first few Wacky Wednesdays…
The Spilling the Beans intern takeover team recently had a chance to have a
conversation with the new CEO, Sacha Romanovitch. In part 1, we asked people around
the Finsbury Square and the London Euston offices what they thought of the new
boss. More video’s to follow!
Back in June, before I joined the firm, I wrote a blog about the period between receiving an offer at Grant Thornton and joining the firm. As the season of summer internships approaches the end, and an array of new graduates and school leavers prepare to join the firm on a permanent basis, I thought it might be fitting to release my blog. So keep reading below, to see what I was thinking before I joined Grant Thornton just a few months ago.
In this guest blog, Liz, Laura, Will and Emma from the Yorkshire Offices (Sheffield and Leeds) shed some light on their fundraising efforts during their time at Grant Thornton.
Liz and Laura:
We’re Laura and Liz, two of the summer interns from the Sheffield office. During our time at Grant Thornton, we decided to take part in the fundraising project and we thought it would be a good idea to share what we have been up to with everyone!
Hi, my name is Eloise and I am doing my internship in the audit department at the Leicester office. Leicester is one of the smaller offices, so I thought that, in addition to doing the shared enterprise survey between the offices, it would be fun to organise a more hands-on activity which would relate to shared enterprise- Marshmallows and Spaghetti was born! Read this post
The entries for week 3 of the competition have been reviewed and a decision has been made. We’re thrilled to have Will Green, an audit associate from the Liverpool office, as our guest judge for the week. So, over to you Will…