Tax Senior (Financial Analyst) (Current Employee) – Bangalore, KA – April 9, 2014
At EY, we are committed to building a better working world — with increased trust and confidence in business, sustainable growth, development of talent in all its forms, and greater collaboration.
I get to learn people management, time management and working in pressure and managing both personal and professional life.
The most enjoyable part of job is working with challenging managers and senior managers and delivering work to client on time. sometimes we need to work long hours than expected. but it was a great experience learning working with Sr Managers.
EY is a solid firm to start your accounting career, as you get a lot of experience in different accounting areas with large and small clients. During busy season, expect to work most weekends and up to 90 hours a week.
Auditor in Risk Advisory Services (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 23, 2017
a typically big 4 firm. very little top down communication of who is and is not moving through the ranks. a high performance culture that breeds clawing and scratching to try and get ahead of everyone else in the organization.
Auditor Assistant (Former Employee) – Kandy – May 21, 2017
Working at EY is a trans formative experience,specially as a fresh graduates. I loved to work at EY and specialize in a field of Tax.This place made me as the best place to kick-start my career and put me in a direction.work under pressure with the deadlines was the best part of the job.
Ernst and Young is a great place to work if you are fresh out of school or looking to establish your resume, but otherwise I would recommend avoiding it. The culture is extremely poor and they will try to pay you the least amount as possible while concurrently trying to squeeze every inch of life out of you.
Good benefits package and non-contributory pension plan.
Awesome culture, fun people, and fast career advancement - very focused on career growth
IT Risk Advisor (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – May 14, 2017
I've learned a tremendous amount of skills and have experienced a lot of of business processes, risks and controls within various industries. There is a ton of flexibility, but little work life balance. Essentially, work goes home with you once you leave the office and it's at least 45 hour weeks and upwards to 60-70, depending on deadlines. People are mostly down to earth and cool, but they are all super career focused.
Advisory Staff II (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 12, 2017
My experience in advisory overall has been a great experience, but has required a lot of hours. Minimum 50 hrs/wk typical. A lot of opportunities to try different kinds of projects as a staff, but can be hard to try new projects once you have aligned.
Executive Assistant (Feb 13th to April 21st] (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 12, 2017
Worked at this firm for 16 years. Good location in the midtown area and easy to get to via mass transit. Teamwork with my fellow EAs of the BSC was good and productive. Overall the people at the firm are good, hard working, productive, respectful and considerate.
Cafeteria, Coffee Lounge, volunteering, events, good people
Tax Manager (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 12, 2017
You work a lot, but you learn a lot. The New Orleans office in particular has very good people with good leadership. I would not leave if I didn't have a personal reason for which to leave the company.
Fun workplace with a lot of learning opportunities
Risk Advisory Staff, Financial Services Office (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – May 9, 2017
Minimal coaching provided with the expectation that everyone should be a star performer. No standards regarding documentation. Every senior has different preferences regarding how something should be done. Work life balance is another fancy term but then no Big 4 job role can guarantee you this.
Good for undergraduate students straight out of college, Great benefits for employees, Constant travel lets you gather frequent flyer miles and hotel points