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Adversarial, judgmental, exclusive, overly-hierarchical, lacking understanding or encouragement, exceptionally negative and toxic work environment
I had a number of good and challenging engagements that I performed well at. and received good feedback for. However, my practice lead and performance manager took a disliking to me and continually belittled and marked down key work, was completely lacking in encouragement or support, yet who sought all decisions to be centralized through them.Exceptionally toxic work environment.
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Very good experience and I challenged myself as I decided to work for EY. It has been a pleasure to work for different industries, getting through some difficult issues and recommed ways to overcome them.
EY is the most entrepreneurial big business you'll ever work for. The partners are aggressive and determined to succeed. They don't always include others, though. But you get to see and do a lot, and finishing a project comes with a sense of accomplishment.
If you have an offer just from this firm, take it. If you have offer from the other Big 4 firms, take the others. Culture and the way they treat people (aka employee) are the worst. They are the cheapest in every sense of the way. People who praised EY are like people who fly budget airlines, not knowing what even economy class is like. They like to work overtime for no reason, approach and method are very inefficient, and surprisingly consistent across continents. One word: RUN.
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Employees are driven and there's lots of opportunities to advance. It's constantly fast paced and there's lots of ability to drive your own career. Promotion schedule is set in stone, but pay raises are based upon performance so you can separate yourself from the pack over time.
I had worked in EY for 6 months only. I had to leave the organisation due to some family problem. I must say, it is the best place to work for. I was in risk management department, there was a lot of flexible work environment.
Cab facility at feasible price, Work from home
EY is one of the big 4 audit firms and being a part of EY transforms you for the better. The work I was part of was very crucial and dynamic so its never a dull day here. The work pressure is surely there but EY does everything for the overall development and satisfaction of its employees.
Diverse group of people. A bit of latent discrimination, with Asians working the hardest and getting paid the least. If you speak Arabic, this is a big advantage. As the financial hub in the middle east, get to work with diverse clients.
EY (formerly Ernst & Young) is a multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, England. EY is one of the largest professional services firms in the world and is one of the "Big Four" accounting firms. EY operates as a network of member firms which are separate legal entities in individual countries. It has 231,000 employees in over 700 offices around 150 countries in the world. It provides assurance (including financial audit), tax, consulting and advisory services to companies.[