Grant Thornton ranked No. 2 in Glassdoor’s 2016 list of Best Places to Interview

Best place to work: GlassdoorGrant Thornton LLP’s continuing efforts to recruit world-class talent by showcasing our modern, people-first company culture have been recognized by Glassdoor and by job candidates themselves. We were ranked No. 2 in Glassdoor’s 2016 list of The Best Places to Interview, an award that highlights companies with a “welcoming, transparent and efficient interview experience.” The list is determined by the ratings that actual job candidates post about companies on the Glassdoor site, and is calculated through scores that are based on positive interview ratings, interview duration and interview difficulty.

The ranking is noteworthy because it provides a window into a company’s total candidate experience, which is a critical determinant of whether a job-seeker will continue on the application process, and gives an early glimpse into the company’s overall culture.

“We are delighted to see the firm’s efforts to demonstrate our positive, supportive, progressive company culture be recognized,” said Pamela Harless, chief people and culture officer. “This ranking is a reflection of the importance every member of the firm places on attracting the best talent, which begins with a positive interview experience.”

Tracy McShane-Wilson, executive director of talent acquisition, added, “At Grant Thornton, we believe the best way to promote our culture is to put it to work, rather than simply talk about it. When people come into contact with our culture, across any of our touch points, they invariably come away with a very positive perception of the firm. This award is one more proof point of the benefits we are reaping from our culture journey.”

More details about Grant Thornton’s interview ranking can be found at: Glassdoor – Best Places to Interview 2016.

Additional information on Grant Thornton’s awards and accolades can be found at: About Us – Awards.

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