EY Employee Reviews in Cleveland, OH
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Numerous opportunitiesEncourages innovation and being a self starterChampions diversity and inclusive leadershipNice people who work hard and love what they do
Culture, caliber of people, compensation
A matrix organization requires broad consensus to get things done
EY used to be a great place to work, in terms of the job itself, purpose, and coworkers. That is, until they started laying off the support services in waves. Now many of those teams are staffed by offshore contractors. Gone are the dedicated employees with 15+ years at EY- all that knowledge, connections within other teams, experience- GONE. Replaced with people who just respond 'out of scope', limited knowledge of company and its teams, and no ownership.
pay, work/life balance
mass layoffs within services teams
I loved working at EY and having it on my resume. In the end, though, I’m not interested in finance or tax or accounting so I left for something more fulfilling. Great colleagues - smart, ethical, dedicated
Reputation, compensation, training, reaources
The subject matter did not inspire me
Now security director is a wonderful person he will work with you the people above him not so much. Sometimes you're called to do things that are not in your job description and you'll put up with a lot more things for so little pay (thus the people above security director)also a lot of drama having to do with the people you work with often they are slackers with nasty attitudes but some coworkers are the complete opposite and will work well with youand will work well with you
Great for experience; good working environment to a degree!
The higher-ups are usually known to be very cheap, they also frequently conduct different contracts with management, a lot of times because they don't want to come out of pocket more than they have to, Their motto the cheaper the better!
Sky's the limit on what you can do at EY if you have the right management looking out for you, work is demanding and the hours can be long, lunch is typically taken at your desk (but there's a beautiful break room for those who have the time to use it), it is what you chose to make of it, EXCELLENT place to work, some managers are much, much better than others, but the squeaky wheel can plead for the correct match, yes the work is demanding but the pay and benefits make it well worth your time.
Benefits are great; very understanding re sick time; too many perks to list.
Long hours, a tendency to have "favorites" who advanced when others didn't, Some management (not all) was not good, Others were fantastic, It was luck of the draw on who managed who, my manager did not know what I did and it effected my career and my attitude a great deal.
Great opportunities to grow your career. Work-life balance presented to all which allows you to mold your advancement within the firm. Exposed to diverse cultures, therefore have the chance to learn from difference people's management style, experiences and educational levels.
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EY is a great place to develop your career. You have all the opportunities to grow. It has a focused people development strategy. EY also helps promote a better working world by providing valuable insights to its clients and being a catalyst of change not only in the business world but to our community. Working in EY is fun as you get to learn while working. You will be working with great people and mentors and you will get a vast experience communicating and interacting with clients. People has a great work culture with promotes diversity, openness and equality.
Opportunities to travel, interaction with people
Extended long hours
It is good place to work but does not have diverse technical projects. It would be great if they had tech centers with experienced mentors so that technology driven projects are more innovative.
EY is a great company to work at, but if you are a boomer they think that you are technologically inferior to anyone younger. Not sure why they feel that way!
time off, sick time, personal and vacation, also WFH days
no job advancement for baby boomers
The day of a virtual executive assistant is never the same one to the next, which is what keeps it most interesting. The requests are as varied as the individuals to whom I am assigned. The most enjoyable part of the job is the teamwork and working among other dedicated, professional executive assistants.
The people, the benefits
There are those few in every company who are not dedicated or serious.