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.
Grassi is looking for hardworking, positive, self-motivated candidates with strong communication and teamwork skills. For students, the firm offers internships in which interns get hands-on experience working alongside senior staff, who are willing to help interns and answer any questions they might have. For full-time staff, Grassi offers many career development opportunities, including strong training and a mentoring program.
Busy season hours can be long, but the firm promotes work/life balance and offers generous vacation time. Salaries, perks, and benefits are also generous. Medical and dental insurance get very good reviews, while some insiders count it as a negative that the firm offers a cash balance plan instead of 401(k) matching.
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.
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 accounting and consulting firms with approximately 30,000 people total in over 110 countries.
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