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Grant Thornton are moving to a shared ownership model

 
#1 Grant Thornton are moving to a shared ownership model
07/05/2015 12:33

Consulting Goat

Thoughts?

Do you chaps think this will be a differentiator for them to start challenging market share by making the firm more attractive to those below partner level?

http://www.accountancyage.com/aa/opinion/2407088/leader-grant-thornton-might-squeeze-into-john-lewis-clothes

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#2 RE: Grant Thornton are moving to a shared ownership model
07/05/2015 13:40

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to Consulting Goat (#1)

Surely it's just changing how the pie is sliced? Salary, bonus, profit share - all amounts to the same thing. All one is interested in surely is how much cash ends up in one's pockets? And if the workers get more, somebody else must get less?

But, GT is a great firm and they know what they're doing. I would bet money they've got this right (like everything else they do).

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#3 RE: Grant Thornton are moving to a shared ownership model
21/08/2015 10:29

ZoeRPM to Consulting Goat (#1)

It certainly seems a possibility. I am a member of 3 co-ops, one of which is in the tourist trade. If you can buy your way into a company upon graduating (or whilst still a student/articled clerk), then it's a good way of getting involved and feeling that you are really part of the company, especially if you have a secondary role at board level, such as Secretary.

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