A workplace that inspires

To some, an office is just a place to get work done
At Grant Thornton, our offices are a physical reflection of our Status Go culture, built to fuel the way we work — with plenty of opportunity for collaboration, coaching and creativity. The unique local vibe of the cities in which we work and live is embedded in each design.

Orange County

A surfboard on the wall and beachy tones reflect the SoCal vibes of Orange County

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Roaring fireplaces and comfortable spaces offer cheerful spots to collaborate in the Windy City

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San Francisco

An art wall naming neighborhoods and districts in San Francisco represents where our people live and work

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New York City

A giant chess board encourages NYC employees to add play to a day of strategic decisions

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A vintage-style neon sign lights up ideas and our office in Austin

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new offices opened in 2018
newly designed offices in 2018
of our office spaces have been transformed in the past 5 years
Our culture journey

We continually focus on fostering a unified culture, where all our people live the firm’s values of collaboration, leadership, excellence, agility, respect and responsibility. We work to ensure that each of our more than 8,000 teammates takes pride and ownership in moving our culture to the next level. That’s why we are committed to developing those opportunities and creating innovative policies like Flexible Time Off and increasing paid parental leave, so our people feel comfortable bringing their whole selves to work.

Brenda Wagner joins Grant Thornton as new Chief People & Culture Officer
Brenda Wagner
“Grant Thornton has an outstanding reputation — with a focus on culture and innovation. I am excited to be part of its work to help clients transform and think in new ways.”
Brenda Wagner
Chief People & Culture Officer
As chief people and culture officer, Brenda Wagner is responsible for all aspects of our People & Culture organization. This includes talent recruiting and retention strategy, capacity and resource management, people operations and analytics, learning and organizational effectiveness, people experience, and people and culture transformation efforts. Brenda joins Grant Thornton with 25 years of human resources experience at companies such as IQVIA (formerly QuintilesIMS) and IBM.
2018 Awards & Recognition
Vault Accounting 50
in Universum’s Attractive Employer ranking
consecutive year as one of Chicago’s Best Places to Work by Crain’s Chicago Business
consecutive year on Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies List
time as a Top Company for Executive Women by National Association for Female Executives