EY – IN-Kerala-Trivandrum
• Experience in installation, commissioning and maintenance of on-line ups systems, Power and Cooling using advanced tools like power analyzer… EY
EY – New York, NY
Our Global Equity team, as part of our Human Capital practice, focuses on assisting clients in the design and implementation of global equity and… EY
EY – London, England
as an EY recruiter will involve: • Focusing on direct recruitment across a number of areas, researching and generating a candidate pipeline from… EY
EY – Eschborn
The Information Security Framework Management (ISFM) team is responsible for obtaining and maintaining ISO 27001 certifications. This team manages… EY
EY – Dallas, TX
The key to appropriately managing a company's overall state and local tax cost is to align its tax strategies with its business initiatives and then… EY
EY – United States
Being part of a dynamic, growing organization offers an exciting career path full of opportunity. EY Advisory Services is a $4 billion global… EY
EY – Hong Kong
• Assist in identifying and addressing complex domestic and international tax issues for clients. • Research specific technical issues in both… EY
EY – Houston, TX
Develop and maintain productive working relationships with client personnel and assess clients… EY
EY – Los Angeles, CA
Tax is an inescapable dimension of almost every business activity, in every jurisdiction where a company does business. To optimize the financial… EY
EY – Fort Kochi
He/She will be responsible for understanding and providing Level 3 technical support for various enterprise applications. He/She should be capable of… EY
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at EY full-time (more than an year)Pros
Fantastic investment in staff development and training opportunities, both internal and external.
Great salary packaging and pay. No complaints there.
Easy environment if you start there as a grad and work your way up.
Good branding on the CV when you leave.Cons
Do not expect to advance and maintain work-life balance. Especially if you have a family with children.
Extremely difficult to get ahead as a lateral hire.As a lateral hire your experience you bring to the role is extremely undervalued.
Organisation is extremely feudal and rife with nepotism. You will not advance if you do not brown nose the right people above your rank. Your targets/metrics are not based on facts but rather what people think of them and what they think of you.Advice to ManagementAdvice
None of these suggestions will be undertaken but I would suggest:
- eliminate round table process to make advancements purely fact based;
- do not advance/promote people who display abhorrent behaviours that would never fly in industry.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO