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Best Place to Work for Title is well earned
Financial Planner (Current Employee), Tampa, FlSeptember 15, 2014
Pros: too many to list
Cons: not for lazy folk
Work side by side with partners, great experience, best workplace culture I've been a part of.
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EY is a wonderful place to work. Flexibility allows a good work life balance. They offer ability to work independently with accountability for compl
Assistant Director (Current Employee), Houston, TXSeptember 11, 2014
Pros: flexible work hours and working from home
Cons: long hours expected, upper managements last minute requests, once you are percieved as being in a certain role it will become difficult to advance, favoritism from leadership
In the Core Business Services department, you know what the end result should be and are allowed to make your own path to achieve that. Your day’s are focused on what the priorities are for that day, which you will determine, but keep in mind external forces or partner requests will take priority over your daily goals. A lot of what you learn is self-taught – more... along without guidance to the resources that are available to you. Building relationships among those who are in your same group is the best and fastest way to learn the ropes at EY. Most of the marketing efforts trickle down from national making your job easier in some ways, but more often than not, arrive at the last minute before deadlines. The hardest part of the job is going through the approval process from leadership who wants to be involved and independence. Once you build relationships, EY is a great place to work as long as you realize it’s not a 9-5 job. – less
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Great consulting firm
Senior Consultant (Former Employee), Carcas, VenezuelaSeptember 10, 2014
Excellent school
Techniques flowless
Travel was exciting
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Challenging assignments that were interesting
IT Business Process Fusion Consultant (Former Employee), Chicago, ILSeptember 6, 2014
Pros: wonderful people
Cons: not enough training provided before being placed with a client
Provide IT and Business process consulting to Fortune 500 clients. Learned application development in Lotus Notes. Management was great. Co workers were very friendly and respectful. Hardest part of my job was dealing with harsh Chicago winters. The most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with clients.
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Good place to work
Lead .Net Developer (Former Employee), Lyndhurst, NJSeptember 3, 2014
Good place to work but most of IT operations have been moved or outsourced
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Good benefits
Senior IT Consultant (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZSeptember 2, 2014
Pros: benefits are good
Cons: if you are a contractor, your job may not be secure, but it worth working there.
The benefits are really good. There are excellent employees and I made a lot of friends.
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Great place to kick start career until you figure out what you really want to do.
Customer Support Administrator (Current Employee), Dallas, TXAugust 31, 2014
Pros: 15 days vacation per year, great benefits
Cons: pay does not commensurate with workload for most staff positions
Ernst & Young is one of the top 4 accounting firms in the United States. In this position, your ultimate goal is to help clients save money on their tax account. You are not inputting numbers or anything of sorts, you are just processing paper work and hoping the state would make a decision in favor of your client.

A typical day at work as a Customer – more... Support Administrator means you are processing unemployment claims for clients. The process is time consuming and a bit challenging because you have short deadlines. You have to keep up with state regulations as well because the requirements to process some of the claims vary by state. If you like variety in your daily tasks, this isn't the position for you. You process claims, appeal unfavorable state decisions, and sometimes partake in telephone hearings with your clients. This is what you do for each and every client you are assigned.

Co-workers get along easily and are willing to help when necessary. You are expected to help others meet their deadline when you have met yours and have some bandwidth.

You have an hour paid lunch daily with great benefits e.g. dental, vision, etcetera. The firm is very big on community work and will often partake in events such as March of Dimes, Heart Walk, and so on.

The firm does offer some form of tuition reimbursement to accountants or people in that line of work. – less
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Great people, interesting audits
Contract Audit Senior (Former Employee), Dallas, TXAugust 29, 2014
Contract work as a senior auditor.
Worked during busy season.
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AMAZING I WANT TO GO BACK
IT Services - On-Site Services Field Technician (Former Employee), New York, NYAugust 27, 2014
LOVE THIS JOB. LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT ! EVERYTHING JUST WORKS THERE.
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Place for Growth
Campus Recruiting Coordinator (Current Employee), New YorkAugust 26, 2014
There were many opportunities for growth at JP Morgan Chase. It was highly encourage by upper management.
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Great people and environment
Tax Processor (Former Employee), Los AngelesAugust 25, 2014
Pros: free lunch, flexible schedule, great benefits. great people.
Cons: n/a
Typical day at work would be logging into computer/database and oversee all incoming requests by client servers. Process all incoming tax returns and ship out to IRS Agency.

I learned to manage my own projects. communication, work together as a team, make executive decisions and work under pressure.

Co-workers were amazing, very dependable and generous – more... to work with, all had great positive attitude.

In essence the job itself was not hard, the only challenging thing was to make sure that all the work got done in a timely manner.

The most enjoyable part of my job would have been working with great co-workers. Good co-workers make it very comfortable to work with. – less
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• Reengineered the process for importing data files from various locations, which reduced the processing time taken by about 70%. • Captured and forma
Business Analyst (consultant) (Former Employee), Kansas City, KSAugust 22, 2014
• Reengineered the process for importing data files from various locations, which reduced the processing time taken by about 70%.
• Captured and formatted financial statements of 90+ Fortune companies belonging to13 different industries from the SEC EDGAR database.
• Gathered XBRL based Business Requirements for developing intelligent financial Accounting – more... agent.
• Authored System Requirements document, Use Case Specifications, Systems Requirement Specification (SRS), System Requirement Change Request, Data Dictionary along with the technical staff and developers.
• Developed Business Model (data/object/network/process) describing future state to-be environment.
• Supported and assisted Developers (JAVA, JSP) and QA in developing Quality Control (QC) test plans and test scripts, as well as supporting and assisting clients in all testing phases through UAT.
• Monitored all milestones, SOP’s and project statistics, such as defect rate and severity of the project.
• Reported defects in a defect tracking system with the use of an extensive XBRL taxonomy, communicated the defects to the developers and/or included it in the systems limitation report.
• Conducted systems evaluation, submitted the system maintenance/ enhancement/ scalability reports and systems limitation reports as the final deliverable.
• Project results were submitted for consideration at the 35th annual Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Sciences.
• Achieved an increased understanding and standardization of XML based reporting tools.
• Responsible for developing the XBRL Repository for the XML based applications.
• Experienced in strategic and efficient management of personnel and financial resources, leveraging managed-services, ensuring timely execution and integrity of division-wide reporting, leading risk and controls function for projects and production environments.
• Conducted JAD/DRP sessions to create solution alternatives & Assessments and served as the key analytical member in formulating systems scope and objectives relative to the groups' / organization's business plan, strategy and industry requirements.
• Recognized and defined all systems impacts and API code changes.
• Lead the effort in migrating from Legacy environment to BEA Web Logic 7 application server.
• Designed and developed XML based code changes to the XML parser.
• Developed and executed test cases for systems testing and User Interface Acceptance testing.
• Reviewed Design documents, Requirements analysis specifications and EJB calls with the Project Lead, Business owners and the Technical Lead.
• Managed Change Control Requests (CCR) and updated the scope with the new changes.
• Helped Data Architect to understand the business requirements to create the database models and resolve the data migration issues. – less
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Productive workplace
Senior Audit Accountant (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PAAugust 21, 2014
Pros: experience
Cons: hours
Exposed to significant accounting functions where I gained hands on experience dealing with complex situations.
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Wonderful place to work and positive atmosphere
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Cleveland, OHAugust 14, 2014
Pros: highly professional
Cons: would have loved to be placed there permanantly.
I enjoyed learning how to do tax preparations. The atmosphere was very uplifting and so professional.
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Great Place with Flexibility
Executive Assistant (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WIAugust 12, 2014
A typical day at work is fast pace, busy, must meet deadlines, lots of urgent request, and multi-tasking, I am a project manager for each project that I pick up, excellent team members and they are always willing to assist, there is really no hard part to the job and the most enjoyable part is working with wonderful people
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Upward mobility; mentoring; career advancement
Audit Support Associate/Project Manager (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 30, 2014
Pros: upward mobility; mentoring' affinity networks
A typical day at work is filled with learning new terminology; mentoring; grooming for upward mobility; building relationships, both internally and externally. In addition to the above, the firm offers many opportunities for learning via the web.
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Great People and Competitive Atmosphere
Consultant, Financial Services Risk Management (Current Employee), New York, NYJuly 28, 2014
Company has a lot of potential, great people, poor work/life balance, no control over which projects you get assigned on.
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Engaged, Intelligent Company
Senior Consultant, Financial Services Office (Former Employee), New York, NYJuly 23, 2014
Pros: travel budgets
Cons: long hours
An outstanding company. You can be confident that you will meet the most intelligent, driven people around if you work here. Hours are long and travel is a must, but you will grow personally and professionally if you earn a spot at EY.
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Very happy place where employees work hard and have fun
Tax Intern (Current Employee), Tulsa, OKJuly 23, 2014
I enjoyed my time at EY because of the quality of work they present. The employees are very driven and friendly.
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Down to Earth workplace
Internship (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCJuly 18, 2014
I really enjoyed working at EY. Learn a lot, everyone were nice and down to earth.

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