Tax Intern (Former Employee), New Orleans, LA – February 23, 2015
Management and staff are very helpful and eager to assist new hires. The firm provides a lot of training, so coupled with a good background and fundamental understanding of accounting, you are prepared for success.
Advisory Services Staff – IT Risk & Assurance (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – February 19, 2015
EY has allowed me to grow as a professional and learn the rights and wrong of interacting with clients, handling multiple projects,and analyzing the business and IT environment. However, you are forced to take on more work than you can handle and are not rewarded for it through salary your first 2 years.
CSM / QA Scrum Team Lead (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – February 18, 2015
Lots of work to be done and some of the departments have a great family/work balance attitude. Agile projects are a little different and the expectations is in the office work with limited telecommute for most of the people.
Great Company for the young generation who are just graduating from college
Senior Associate (Current Employee), Nashville TN – February 4, 2015
Coming in checking on cases in Service Now, checking emails and reaching out to co workers via Lync. The hardest part is following a process that's 28 pages long and a part of the process fails and no one can figure out how to resolve the issue. The most enjoyable part of day is to know you resolved an issue and to contact a user and let them know their computer is fixed
Senior Associate (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – February 2, 2015
Competitive environment with your peers in many different states Very structured teams and organization Fast paced environment with long hours Multi industry experience, many projects Great team of ambitious and smart people & many resources
Intern (Current Employee), New York, NY – January 29, 2015
A typical day for myself would be handling and taking responsibility for resreaching various assignments. Each assignment has different due dates, weather it be a day or a week. I enjoy my job and the people I work with very much!
Senior Manager (Current Employee), New York, NY – January 28, 2015
Challenging and great place to start a career in public accounting. Can provide many different opportunities to grow oneself's career. Work with intelligent and focused individuals. Good sense of teaming.
Assurance Manager (Current Employee), Miami, FL – January 27, 2015
Great learning environment with opportunities to gain experience with multiple industries. I supervised multiple teams of 3-7 individuals across various companies in the performance of integrated and non-integrated audits. Great place to work in team settings.
Tax Accountant (Current Employee), Houston, TX – January 20, 2015
Pros: trainings, younger crowd
Cons: work hard, play hard
If you love accounting, this is the place for you. It is a great place to start your career and continue advancing in the accounting field specializing in large corporations. You will be preparing tax returns and income tax provisions for large corporations under the management of your colleagues. It is a pyramid based structure. In essence, you will advance every year unless you dont try.
Document Specialist (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – January 19, 2015
Pros: very professional and well educated auditors.
Cons: difficult to advance to another position. very competitive.
Busy season is very hectic but after that is a good time to take breaks like vacation which is not difficult to be approved. Management are concerned about your thoughts about your job, and provides feedback. Training is provided when requested which is very good. Although some of my peers are judgmental, most people that worked here behaved professionally. Good sick and vacation time package and also good pay. I will recommend this place as one of the best place to work for.