Very collegial. We did original work of high caliber, bringing process improvement methodologies to a function that had never been given adequate attention. The firm's policy of paying to upgrade me to Platinum status on the airline frequent flyer program before it had been "earned" and allowing upgrades to first class on a available-seat basis went a long way toward making the travails of business travel more palatable.
Answered - Senior Manager (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Quick-paced, hard working and competitive.
Answered - Accountant (Former Employee) - Secaucus, NJ
Workplace culture is highly competitive. Expect to work extremely long hours. They value employees who are willing to figure things out on their own with little to no training.
Performance reviews are not always based upon quality or quantity of work done, but on how much Partners and clients like you.
Answered - Senior Manager, People Advisory Services (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Answered - Administrative Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Great work culture
Answered - Service desk analyst (Former Employee) - India
Great work environment and culture
Answered - General Ledger, Staff Accountant (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Work as a team in a friendly environment.
Answered - Procurement (Former Employee) - Caracas, Venezuela
Answered - IT Consultant (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
A place where you see young people excelling and taking on higher positions in other organisation due to the training and mentoring offered by Ernst & Young.
Answered - Payroll Manager (Finance Department) (Former Employee) - Harare, Zimbabwe
Good Culture, Flexibility to work from home whenever you want.
Answered - Tax Manager (Current Employee) - Irvine, CA