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Grant Thornton

4.0
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Office & Workplace at Grant Thornton

8.7
8.7 rating for Workplace, based on 72 reviews
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
Modern office in CBD - dress code is business shirt and pants or suit if client visiting
Midlevel, Perth
The office is very spacious and welcoming with lots of different kinds of work station if you want to be around other people or work in a group or have a meeting or hide away in a corner. We have free coffee, tea, hot chocolate , fruit and biscuits. there are also plenty of one person meeting rooms where you can sit if you need somewhere quite to duck in and take a phone call or focus for an hour or so. The dress code in the office is business attire or business casual on fridays if you are in the office and not out on a client site. Fridays are pretty casual and most people wear jeans or dresses and boots.
Graduate, Adelaide
Located at a convenient location in the heart of the CBD and 5 mins walk from Town-hall station. GT occupies 3 highest levels in the Dexus building fostering some great views of Darling Harbour. We also have a GT private change room with shower facilities for before or after work Gym enthusiasts. With regard to the dress code, it is always to recommended to dress as per the occasion and wearing formals is not a must. Having said that, our staff suit their schedule and wear more comfortable clothes including occasional sneakers on days when they are not anticipating clients meetings.
Graduate, Sydney
Dress for your day, the office is new and agile, very cool place to work with a balcony andviews over the river
Midlevel, Melbourne
Beautiful office and location, convenient parking, albeit expensive depending on the choice of carpark.
Midlevel, Cairns
Office is an office. Centrally located. What more do you want? Dress code is dress for your day. Business when seeing client and smart casual when in the office.
Midlevel, Brisbane
Office space is nice, with good kitchen facilities and a nice view. The dress code is "dress for your day" - if you have a client meeting, you will dress formally, but you can dress more casually on a day where you have no meetings and just need to get your work done.
Graduate, Melbourne
Facilities are great - nice open work area where you can interact with collegues
Midlevel, Melbourne
Great - and nice relaxed(ish) dress code
Graduate, Melbourne
Office is clean and organised, dress code is business casual which can be flexible.
Graduate, Sydney
I like the company office but it is pretty much the same on all working floors. I wish it was designed a little different so it wasn't just a copy and paste for each corner but I understand the reasons why it would be.
Graduate, Brisbane
We are situated in the middle of Perth CBD, which makes it very accessible via public transport. Our offices are modern and always clean, very organised and we have all facilities you can think of available to us (gym, parking, showers, cafe, seating areas, lockers). Dress code is smart casual if at the office, business wear when visiting clients.
Graduate, Perth
The office is a nice large space with plenty of fantastic facilities. Located right in the centre of the city (King George Square) it is nice and central to public transport and shops. GT have a dress for your day policy, so in the office smart casual is the general dress code (polo and chinos/jeans) and when out on site we wear button up collared shirts and suit pants.
Midlevel, Brisbane
Very modern, centre of the city and easy to access from public transport.
Midlevel, Perth
Hot-desking office. Good work environment and facilities. Dress code is business casual.
Graduate, Sydney
I think the Adelaide office is great and also a nice location
Midlevel, Adelaide
Beautiful new office space in Collins Square. Dress for your day is implemented every day, allowing employees to be comfortable at work.
Graduate, Melbourne
Office is very nice, numerous facilities such as standing desks, nice views, kitchens etc. Dress code is very relaxed - I feel like I can wear what I like (within reason) without being judged or reprimanded. Only negative is location - office is in Docklands which is a quiet part of the city with not much going on.
Graduate, Melbourne
Nice office space in a good location, new building with good facilities. Dress code is behind the trend, requiring "corporate wear" on mondays to thursday and only "business casual" on fridays. Should be allowed to "dress for your day", ie wear appropriate attire based on what you are doing - a suit if you are seeing a client, a polo top if you are just working at your computer.
Graduate, Adelaide
The office is quite good. There are kitchens on every floor, plenty of space to relax and take breaks. The technology provided is also of a high standard.
Graduate, Sydney