flexible hours, good pay, lots of learning
some of the trainers were impatient, less willing to help
Advice to Potential Interns
Remember the firm is putting on its best show, just like you are, during the interview process. Do your best to see what the firm will be like to work with after the interview is over. Eide Bailly is a relaxed workplace with good people, but all people can be annoying and difficult at times, and the work is stressful, so be ready to experience real life, not the image you might pick up from the firm (from any firm) during interviews and recruiting.
Advice to Management
Training was mostly rushed during a short "formal" mode, then some of the trainers were annoyed to have to help during the real, hands-on time of prepping tax returns. Training requires repetition, so if someone can't handle repeating things to interns, or showing them a way to access the info without asking the trainer, they shouldn't be training them.
Sample Interview Questions
What made you want to interview with us?
How would your peers describe your work style?
What do you like about tax accounting?