Grassi is one of the 100 largest accounting firms in the U.S. Its interns get hands-on experience and work alongside senior managers. Its full-time staff have access to strong training, a great mentoring program, and a very generous benefit package. Grassi takes diversity and inclusion seriously, and has a women’s council that regularly holds events.
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Grassi is looking for hardworking, motivated, driven, intelligent candidates who want to learn and grow in the public accounting industry. The firm runs an excellent internship program for students, providing interns with hands-on experience in tax, audit, and advisory, along with the opportunity to build relationships with full-time staff. Grassi offers ample career development opportunities for its full-time staff such as technical training and business training.
Although hours can be long during the busy seasons, the firm’s flexible schedule and work arrangement offerings (remote work is possible) helps to improve work/life balance. Grassi also offers a generous amount of PTO. Meanwhile, salaries are very competitive, and benefits, including wellness perks, ar...
Founded in 1980 by Lou Grassi, Grassi is now one of the 100 largest tax, accounting, and business advisory firms in the U.S., as measured by annual revenues. The firm has also been ranked among the 20 largest accounting firms in the New York City area and the second largest on Long Island. It has been named among the Best Places to Work in New York City, Best Places to Work in New Jersey, and Long Island’s Top Workplaces.
Based in Jericho, N.Y., the firm has New York offices in Long Island, Manhattan, and Westchester County, as well as offices in New Jersey, Florida, and the Greater Boston area. The firm also has two offices in Italy, one in Milan, and one in Rome.
Grassi is an independent member firm of Moore North America, an arm of Moore Global, an international association with over 260 independent a...
“The firm is busy year-round, as we are actively growing and expanding. Flexibility and work/life integration is the goal and it is promoted, and the firm continues to look at its offerings and adjusts to be more modern where needed.”
“The firm is flexible with remote vs. in-office experience. The firm makes it easy to make sure you don’t miss personal life experiences with your family while still be demanding to make sure that you are a top performer.”
“Best aspect: flexible work conditions—you’re allowed to work from home. Most challenging: Some weeks you work many hours, but that is expected during busy season. And it’s difficult at times to manage your workload outside of busy season due to new and varied engagements that come up.”
“Best aspect is the fixed amount of PTO and encouragement to use it. There’s some flexibility to carry over to next year, so there’s not the odd pressure of feeling like you’re going to lose something you’ve been saving and need to postpone a couple of days into the new year in order to service year-end client needs. The most challenging aspect is the staff workload ‘system’ is a little clunky and opaque, and it’s a little difficult to make sure workloads are appropriately distributed.”
“Moves quickly, allows candidates to meet with a variety of stakeholders, clearly outlines roles and responsibilities. Looking for motivated individuals who can execute high level technical work and effectively communicate with clients.”
“We conduct an extensive recruiting process, including resume review, phone screen, and interviews (number of rounds depends on the role), and we respectfully respond back to all candidates. We are seeking hardworking, committed, and intelligent candidates who want to learn and grow in the public accounting industry.”
“We strive to get solid candidates in front of the people they will be working with and not draw out the process of making an offer. The practice staff are kept abreast of the offer extension and acceptance or declination, and encouraged to reach out to those candidates with offers. The ideal candidate wants to constantly increase their knowledge and responsibility and be comfortable with collaboration.”
“The interview process was extremely informative and friendly. I knew what to expect coming in, and HR was constantly in contact with me. They seek hardworking, driven individuals.”