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EY gives a good platform for hard workers and also pays well as compared to other peer companies. However, working at EY has its own pros and cons. You will get a better work and have better learning but at the same time it will be very hectic and work-life balance will not be there. Being at EY gives you a lot of other benefits like Personality development, secondment, global opportunities, etc.
Good overall development
Long Hours for sure
Unfair treatment between London and other offices, working hours differ by location. Technical staff required to do many more hours than contracted and no time back. Some team mates given TOIL or overtime, others told they can't take anything. Progression or internal job moves really hard, if you do manage to get promoted your pay won't be balanced against colleagues who are also promoted, you cannot challenge this! Terrible culture of "favourites"
EY do not compromise on quality of work so that it is necessary to hard work to meet the desired results which increase the pressure on you. To avoid this kind of pressure, EY arranges the other activities which helps you to enjoy the life like Cricket Tournaments, BBQ, Hiking, Trips etc.
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A very good place to learn and grow but the work culture is quite extreme. Everyone is working on a strict deadline so no one is bother to teach you or help and wants to get the work done asap.
good learning, varied exposure
long hours, work culture
Great place to study for a chartered accountancy qualification and to gain a wide experience of different types of business. There are also many training courses to supplement working at EY and your career Friendly staff
For a fresher CA who wants to pursue his career in an audit firm can work here, working here will make a better professional and sense of responsibility of the assignment as compare to mid-size firm with a strict timeline to adhere.
good salary, work from home
working on weekends, multiple clients pressure