The prevailing opinion from employees about joining Ernst & Young (EY) is that the company was very prepared on their first day. Ernst & Young (EY) employees concluded that their overall onboarding experience was positive. 100% said their direct manager was helpful with their acclimation during the first 90 days. First impressions are important, and how prepared a company is on your first day leaves a lasting impression.
Your direct manager highly affects your experience at a company; overall managers at Ernst & Young (EY) are rated a B+. At Ernst & Young (EY) most employees said they received feedback once a quarter or once a month. 56% of employees also said they felt comfortable giving their managers feedback. Learn More about your managers at Ernst & Young (EY).
If you think you and your skill set should be valued higher than your offer, negotiate your salary! 43% of men and 40% of women at Ernst & Young (EY) said they negotiated their salaries. On average, Ernst & Young (EY) employees earn $136,237. Learn More about Salaries at Ernst & Young (EY).
* Estimated salaries Estimated salaries are based on data provided anonymously by employees and/or estimated by other statistical methods.
Now that you’ve joined Ernst & Young (EY), get acclimated. Is lunch a social time or do people sit at their desks? At Ernst & Young (EY) the most common answer selected by employees is a 1 hour break. Understand your coworkers and why they’ve chosen to stay at Ernst & Young (EY), many employees say it’s because of the comp & benefits.
74% of employees feel as though Ernst & Young (EY) is beneficial to their continuous career growth, and 73% said they had a mentor at the office. Learn More about Professional Development at Ernst & Young (EY).