Intuit Again is an initiative that inspires and provides an opportunity for technologists to return to work after taking a break in their career for caregiving purposes. This platform not only gives candidates a chance to work at one of the “Best Companies to Work For” (#1 in India, #13 in the U.S.), but it also provides technical and other training to sharpen their professional skills.
Introduced in 2015 in India, as a program to tap into a vast pool of talent, Intuit Again received hundreds of resumes from professionals who wanted to ramp up their skills to a level that could help them succeed in the ever-evolving IT landscape. The results were humbling and inspiring, as we were privileged to witness 20 professionals transform as a result of their participation in this program.
Due to the tremendous success in India, at the beginning of 2018, we launched a similar program in the U.S.
Our Mission is powering prosperity around the world
We do it by attracting the world’s top talent, bringing vital partners into our global platform, and leaving the world a better place through exceptional corporate citizenship.
More Money, More Time, More Confidence
Whatever prosperity means to you, we’re committed to working on your behalf and making it happen. Every day we innovate with our flagship products - TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint. So, no matter your financial need, we have a solution that can help. Whether you’re a consumer, self-employed, or a small business owner, we’re in your corner to help make your dreams of prosperity come true.
The Power of Many
We tap our global ecosystem of partners and users—all 46 million of them—for high-value insights. Then we put that power at your fingertips by delivering awesome product experiences. We focus the power of many, to drive the prosperity of one.
To learn more about what makes Intuit an awesome place to work, visit www.intuit.com.
“It’s been almost 3 years I’m with Intuit Again. The best thing about the program is that it sets you up for success rather than testing you for failures. I somehow feel I always belonged to this place”