(UPDATE) Here’s Your Open Thread for Grant Thornton Compensation Discussions (2014)

This just in:

GT has received performance ratings in the West Region (If not entire U.S.). Compensation talks are beginning for FY14.

OH JOY, someone alert the media! Oh wait, we are the media. Well consider us alerted!

Last year, the news was bad, even by Grant Thornton standards. We aren't sure what to expect this year but revenue is up 4.6% so there's a little wealth to share. On the other hand, the number of professionals working for the firm with which to share said wealth is up almost the same amount.

Please feel free to share your joy (or misery) in the comments once you start hearing either way. And remember Mike McGuire is still CEO-elect until January 1, 2015 so direct any vitriol directly at outgoing CEO Stephen Chipman (we know you will anyway).

Update: Not so fast! Per TPTB, Grant Thornton compensation statements will be mailed to employees' homes early August.

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