Grant Thornton’s video announcing their unlimited paid time off policy was exceptional cinema. For starters, everyone in the video looks very uncomfortable -- like they weren’t sure if they were giving feedback on company policy or making a sex tape with
The Purple Rose of Chicago earned $1.45 billion in the U.S., beating last year's haul of $1.35 bil. Judging by Mike McGuire's canned quote, everything is on the up and up:
This week we have three (!) stories to share of auditors behaving badly.
Grant Thornton is getting into the surprisingly generous benefits act, announcing that it will offer its employees unlimited time off starting in November.
And it's not even close!
Good night, sweet prince.
Grant Thornton deified 50 new partners on August 1st, according to a firm press release.
It's always amusing when a judge reprimands an accounting firm for sucking at its job.
Ahhhh, independence. The albatross around the neck of the audit profession.
The last time we teased with talk of GT compensation, our tipster seemed impatient and harboring inflated expectations.