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They are really serious about their work culture and making sure you have the tools you need to grow.
EY ensures you have what you need to succeed and thrive in their environment. Your career is in your hands and there’s plenty of assistance available.
Benefits, flexibility, tons of perks for mental and physical health, great work culture
Vision plan isn’t that great
I worked remotely with a group of consultants, and only met my teammates in person twice. From day one, I had no idea what the goals of the group was, or what was my specific role, and it was like pulling teeth to get any information that would've helped me navigate my way. There was no strategic plan. The performance review was unlike anything I have ever seen in my entire career. Upon completion of a project you have to ask the people with whom you work for their feedback. You are rated by them, and their ratings determine your knowledge, skills and abilities, and I should add, your job security. Demeaning comes to mind, because you have to "grovel" for ratings from people you may have never met in person, you may have not gotten along with, or who had no clue of what you did. Having said that, I would caution readers that I only worked with a specific group in one service area, so my experience should not be seen as an indictment on the entire firm, but rather on the culture of that "group" with whom worked.
EY is a fantastic place to work and gow - there are so many opportunities and potential growth for employees to experience. This a friendly flexible work - life balance, however you need to work hard and ensure you're hitting your key performance indicators in order to advance. It is important to know and understand your team, this includes networking. I'd recommend to a lot of young graduates and experience hires the opportunity of working for EY.
Networking is key
Tax is a deadline driven business, so it is not surprising that work weeks were focused on the buildup and delivery of deliverables. EY does afford a variety of professional education opportunities, including periodic learning weeks, occasional lunch-and-learns and frequent internal webcasts.
benefits were good
achievements are quickly forgotten
EY is known for being a great organization, everyone wants to work for this great firm. On the inside it is total chaos, ineffective team management. It's always a rat race. Most people stay for the pay and benefits.
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Never believe a thing that management tells you. They are not to be trusted. This is a very cut throat organization (internally) that pits employees against each other.
As one of the Big Four professional services firms, EY has a culture of high expectations. If you like to work hard this is a great place to work. Along with the hard work, though, are many benefits and perks of working at a large, global organization. There is flexibility if your role and/or leadership allows.
Client-serving employees have a pretty clear career path
Non-client-serving (CBS) employees can have limited or unclear career path opportunities
EY is a great company to work for when you are building your portfolio of skill sets. People learn so much from the company, the team environment, the accounting firm culture, clients we work with, and current events of the business and industries who hire us. I am very grateful for what this company has given me in terms of growth, learning experiences, and network.
Great Salary & benefits Travel involved to client site. Opportunity to work on multiple technologies. Limited onsite roles. Zero Work from home, but work is interesting and Development and learning scope are ample.
Great Salary & benefits
No Work From Home