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Grant Thornton

4.0
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Working Hours at Grant Thornton

7.6
7.6 rating for Working Hours, based on 74 reviews
How flexible is your company when it comes to hours?
Flexible hours, but still expected to be doing 40+ per week
Midlevel, Perth
We do often have to work long hours in busy season to get work done in time for deadlines. Outside of busy season however I have found them to be very flexible if I want to work from home, leave early for an appointment or for other people work different hours or days to keep up with hobbies, and work part time to spend more time with kids.
Graduate, Adelaide
All the team mostly cares is that the work and client should not suffer and hence it allows for the team members to be the best judge and plan their own flexible arrangement, which can include all 5 days working from home, all 5 days working from the office or a hybrid model with a blend. The work hours are mostly within the usual business hours but once in a while if the project demands then it can be longer hours.
Graduate, Sydney
Very flexible as long as the work gets done.
Midlevel, Melbourne
Standard 37.5hr weeks off busy season. A bit more during busy season - just depends on how efficient you are. Company is very flexible - just get your work done!
Midlevel, Brisbane
I work pretty normal hours - 8:30-5 most days. If I need to get a particular piece of work done I might work until 7pm or so, but this doesn't happen often. The managers support work life balance so won't expect you to work after 5.
Graduate, Melbourne
Very flexible - which is a good thing. But there's probably too many hours needed to be worked - by all levels.
Graduate, Melbourne
As long as I get the work done, hours don't matter that much. Work 9-5.
Graduate, Sydney
I usually around around 7:45 in the morning and leave around 5:15 consistently which is good for me as it allows me time to get home, eat dinner and go to gym and some free time after before going to sleep.
Graduate, Brisbane
Flexible that allow you to work from home, attend medical appointments / car services / emergencies through out the day and then make up time later on.
Midlevel, Perth
My work hours are generally between the same hours each day. However if there are scenarios where I need to make an adjustment, my team is always accommodating with allowing variations. Having a balance between working from home and in the office is encouraged, even as a new starter.
Graduate, Adelaide
Very flexible - if you have personal matters that need tending to, the senior staff are very understanding
Graduate, Melbourne
Hours are mostly reasonable. Some busy periods where extended hours are necessary. Would feel more comfortable doing these hours if remuneration was higher. There seems to be inconsistency in working hours amongst graduates depending on workload and projects.
Graduate, Melbourne
Very flexible, you can take leave quite easily and achieve work life balance
Graduate, Adelaide
Extremely flexible. We are told standard hours are 830am-5pm, with an hour lunch break, but essentially we can choose our hours, just as long as we are producing the work and clocking up 7.5 hours a day.
Graduate, Melbourne
At the moment I am working from home everyday due to lockdown, however before lockdown the Financial Advisory team was recommended to come in 3 days per week, and the other 2 were up to us. The firm is quite flexible, especially if the team is very quiet then you are more than welcome to work from home more often.
Graduate, Sydney
Company is flexible about working arrangements as long as you communicate and does not affect deadlines.
Graduate, Sydney
Yes flexible. Hours can easily be moved around to accommodate
Graduate, Melbourne
Personally haven't worked much beyond the end of the "work hours" besides one or two occasions but as I understand, they are quite flexible.
Graduate, Melbourne
Hours need to be put in but can be flexible
Graduate, Melbourne