I don't know of any other employer that offers benefits as good as Grant Thornton LLP. It is very underrated as far as going to the "Best Place to Work" list you can find anywhere - it doesn't even make the list, but it should.
A great way to learn and grow within the company. There are offices internationally, so you can easily transfer if you wish, while advancing your role. You can start off with having no experience in a particular field, as lateral promotions are common. You get your foot in the door, and you're golden. That's all you need, so really let yourself shine in the interview.
They offer flexible time off, which is essentially unlimited time off. Take a vacation when you want! It depends on your department. I was a receptionist, so it was easy.
It was the best 10 months of my life because I got to travel a lot, but they had to unfortunately let me go due to reasons not pertaining to the actual work. I can't say bad things about the company. It's just terrible how I left.
Free lunches, benefits, flexible time off
Typical office setting. You're sitting for hours at a time Monday - Friday.