Marie-Pierre Pelletier is a partner in our firm. She’s been with us since 2006 when she was fresh out of university.
Being a mother of three, Marie-Pierre says the culture and work-life balance she finds in our firm is one of the things she loves most about her job. The other? The chances to learn and advance her career.
This is Marie-Pierre’s story of what it’s like to work up through the ranks in our firm.
“People interested in joining Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton should know it’s not your typical organization. Instead of pressuring you to work, they’ll give you the confidence and tools to help you grow.”
I knew about this firm before joining in 2006 – it’s one of the most important accounting firms in Quebec. I’d just graduated with a masters in economics, so when I saw they were looking for an economist with no prior experience, I jumped at the chance to apply.
I started out as an analyst. Since my first day, the firm has believed in me and I’ve had plenty of opportunities to move up in the organisation. That’s a big part of why I’ve devoted my entire career to this firm.
An inspiring network
Now, I’m a partner. I get to work with colleagues from the entire Grant Thornton network. I love working with them, and I really enjoy the variety of working with small to medium sized companies and global organisations.
I get this ‘one big family’ feeling with both my colleagues in Quebec and my colleagues in other Grant Thornton firms. We always try to help and support one another, no matter where we’re based or what team we’re on.
It’s inspiring to see my co-workers around the world delivering top-quality service to our clients. I think this is a pillar of our organisational culture.
Being promoted to partner was one of my proudest moments. The firm believed in me when I had limited experience. It gave me the chance to work on important and complex files in the early stages of my career, which was a big boost to my self-confidence.
I’ve learned from my days in this firm that if you’re motivated and passionate about what you do, there’s no limit to what you can accomplish here – whatever your background or situation.”