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Working At Ernst & Young (EY)

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Review from IT Dept · Posted 9 days ago

Awesome. Excellent culture. Purpose driven leaders.

Posted 14 days ago

it has been pretty good

Posted 16 days ago

Supportive team environment people focused.

Posted 16 days ago

the way in which teaming is encouraged

Posted 19 days ago
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What it's like to work at Ernst & Young (EY)

  • Ernst & Young (EY) employees generally work 9.9 hrs a day
  • Employees at Ernst & Young (EY) report the work pace is extremely fast
  • On a typical day, employees at Ernst & Young (EY) have 4+ meetings
  • 86% of Ernst & Young (EY) employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
  • Ernst & Young (EY) employees most often take 20-30 paid vacation and sick days each year
  • 58% of Ernst & Young (EY) employees report they are happy with their work life balance
  • Ernst & Young (EY) employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Once a quarter
  • 82% of Ernst & Young (EY) employees call their work environment positive

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  • dogshit as of today. No more payout for accrued vacation. All employees will simply lose it.

  • The vacation policy seems fairly standard. Not better, not worse.

  • Very competitive. Coming from industry, probably one of the best.

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  • Top Employee Response

    NO Pets allowed

  • From what I heard no pets, but it would be nice if they were allowed. I love love to bring my lab, it would boost morale.

  • There are no facilities present for keeping a pet at the office and I have not seen anyone take a pet to an EY office in the Netherlands or the United Kingdom. Perhaps smaller offices do allow people to take pets, but I highly doubt it.

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    Non-Client Serving employees would be treated better.

  • Give bonuses to all staff! Not just the favorites/pets! They claim they use a merit system but it is farthest from the truth. Their raises are 1.2% and never go over 3%. After doing math it didn't even cover a week of train fare.

  • It espouses diversity, but not really.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Yes, but you have to be able to occasionally say no which is often hard for over achievers. EY is big on flexibility and I've always had teams that have lived by that. If you are willing to give, they are willing to give back. So just make sure you set boundaries and communicate and then it is totally possible.

  • its hard but you can. Takes some effort to get used to the environment and balance your lifestyle out

  • Depends on you position. Audit in Tulsa, OK, I would say no.

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  • Top Employee Response

    That is going to depend on your team and what they are comfortable with. I've been on several teams that are okay with it, and others that are not. Definitely not the thing to do as an intern or staff 1 and never do it in front of a client.

  • No, but should be.

  • In my group, we feel comfortable doing it. If it's a problem for someone, it would be addressed.

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  • Staff are scrutinized for seeking flexibility. All others (managers, seniors, etc.) are not

  • I do not think it exists for client-serving employees.

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  • yearly

  • Very low raises, but yearly.

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Asked to all employees at Ernst & Young (EY)

  • For the advisory programs, the interview consists of 3 parts (2 behavioral, 1 case study). For on campus hires, the process may be different.

  • For non-client serving employees you apply online, come in for an interview with the manager, get told if you are hired or not after a few days.

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  • Middle of the road.

  • No. Paid well below market rate.

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  • Extra days off for summer holidays, pension plan, flexible work arrangements, good health insurance.

  • Not much. Small 401k contribution, subsidised health care plan.

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  • Yes, they are very active in communities where they have offices.

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  • Unlimited PTO

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  • On par with other companies from what I can tell.

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  • Driven, curious, self-starter

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  • People sometimes bring their dogs in for a few minutes on the weekend to say hi. I’m pretty sure the policy is no pets though.

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  • After 5 years never been on 1

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  • Really good coworkers

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  • Again this doesn't happen unless you know someone. Not what you know but who you know

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  • quiet most of the time

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  • He is extremely out of touch with the common folk

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Asked to the Admin Department at Ernst & Young (EY)

  • Overall, I think the pay is good.

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Asked to the Admin Department at Ernst & Young (EY)

  • I think morale is low. I work about 45/week.

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Asked to the Admin Department at Ernst & Young (EY)

  • It has improved this year.

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Asked to all employees at Ernst & Young (EY)

  • It's challenging to stay out of drama.

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  • That it is like high school.

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42% of Ernst & Young (EY) employees would encourage their friends to become coworkers, whereas 30% are neutral and 28% would not recommend working at Ernst & Young (EY) to their friends.

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