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Working At Intuit

Be inspired by a culture in which everyone innovates. And by a company where passionate people make us a Fortune “Best Place to Work” year after year.

How employees describe working at Intuit

Pleasantly surprised with the bonuses and reward for great performance, I was just doing my job! Training was readily available and I was paid for this as well. Kind managers (some were kinder than others.

Review from Customer Support Dept · Posted 6 days ago

TurboTax product quality and customer service.

Posted 6 days ago

rsu's have been battered relative to my grant price

Posted 7 days ago

quick books payments is a criminal enterprise. Total lack of tranparency, no one to talk to .

Posted 11 days ago

Intuit is an exciting place to work! Between the innovation, brilliant coworkers, and wonderful employee treatment, I am so happy to be here.

Posted 19 days ago
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What it's like to work at Intuit

  • Intuit employees generally work 8.7 hrs a day
  • Employees at Intuit report the work pace is comfortably fast
  • On a typical day, employees at Intuit have 2 meetings
  • 87% of Intuit employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
  • Intuit employees most often take 10-15 paid vacation and sick days each year
  • 67% of Intuit employees report they are happy with their work life balance
  • Intuit employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Once a quarter
  • 84% of Intuit employees call their work environment positive

Q&A With Intuit Employees

Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    Generally very good, however, as the business has accelerated in growth and a premium is placed on velocity, there is more work than often can be done in a standard business day. Evening email work is often a reality. Weekends are mostly work free.

  • Varies drastically by team.

  • for Dir and above it is pretty much 24/7. For IC's and line managers it is a good work life balance.

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  • Tons. They reimburse for adoption, extended maternity leave, etc.

  • good benefits; outside of compensation, the medical, and special perks are good

  • RSU are great, Medical is pretty standard, Eye care is excellent

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    it is great, fosters innovation and curiosity. The technical management is pretty transparent.

  • friendly and helpful

  • It is great at the basic level, but horrible if you have to interact with execs or senior managers.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • the high growth of the small business division

  • Growth & Change

  • The growth prospects for the company. The sustained success over the past couple of years has been amazing, and there is much more to be realized.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    Engaged, work their butts off, really smart

  • More empathy

  • Work ethic

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  • Horribly, and based solely on politics / focal (visibility for what you can claim is yours).

  • It's based on whether or not you fit specific skill criteria laid out by management.

  • I have no clue- but it feels as though its about favoritism

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • not a suit and tie. Biz casual or nice jeans and shirt.

  • Biz casual or jeans and a nice shirt

  • Business casual

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • 7 out of 10

  • Pretty darn secure.

  • Somewhat secure depending on the quarterly result.

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  • One time a year if you are a top performer. Never if you are not.

  • Annually

  • Every year

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  • Not so great - turnover is higher, roles are unclear

  • Not good as political power struggles have reduced the role of acquisition marketing teams.

  • Very low right now.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    I try to eat with coworkers, to form team bonds. We sometimes go out for lunch off campus, if someone has joined the team type of thing, or we shipped something big.

  • yes & yes

  • you normally eat with your co-workers but there are frequent celebration (birthday, work anniversary etc) that lunch is brought in... Also most departments have a monthly lunch

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    I think leadership here are amazing people

  • Really focused on the strategy and on employees

  • Transparent, considerate and compassionate.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • QuickBooks is growing fast; TurboTax is dying/having difficulties. Turbo/Mint is neutral to down.

  • QuickBooks Online is definitely growing the fastest. Mint is having trouble finding a good business model.

  • Small business and taxes. Personal finance is lagging

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Generous (4 weeks / year) until you are Director and above, where it turns to “unlimited” which somehow means way less than 1 week / year.

  • Bestest. Which company gives time off to take care of family and elderly.

  • Decent

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • 1 year, 10+ rounds.

  • The onsite interviews are usually about 3 hours total.

  • All day

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Managers and directors. Took 1 year before I got in.

  • Portfolio review with design team, three design leaders 1:1s, met with two designers 2:1

  • It took 12 hours.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • 7 our of 10

  • very challenged

  • Not at all challenged.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Very political ones.

  • Networkers

  • Relationship people with a High EQ

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • How they do not care about your skills but only about your ability to project in meetings and play politics to raise your boss up.

  • Stay away from Product Infrastructure. That department is toxic and you will be pulled into senseless politics.

  • the slowness of promotion (it seems to be much longer than any other country

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Passion

  • You should always be curious.

  • passion

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    We care about each other and our teams. We listen. We're positive. We LOVE our customers.

  • freedom to do you're job

  • More humility

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    Love the challenges, and my team

  • The people I work with

  • Celebrating the amazing accomplishments of the teams.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Top Employee Response

    Love that we get our bonus and raise right as the new year begins

  • Annual bonus

  • bonus tied to company performance. And company is doing well.

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Asked to all employees at Intuit

  • Within about 30 minutes.

  • the A4A process says it should be 24 hours, but some managers have relaxed this policy

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Asked to the Marketing Department at Intuit

  • It is mostly done professionally and with respect for the individual - however they happen frequently and this reduces continuity

  • Professionally and with great respect to the individual, however they are happening way too frequently

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