EY – Hong Kong
• Assist in identifying and addressing complex domestic and international tax issues for clients. • Research specific technical issues in both… EY
EY – Hungary
EY INSIDE Audit Championship 2014 Lehetőségek határok nélkül Kétfős csoportok jelentkezését várjuk, akik a komplex elemzési esettanulmány… EY
EY – Philadelphia, PA
There are many paths you can take in pursuing a career in tax. We believe Ernst & Young offers several unique career advantages. Here, the focus is… EY
EY – Los Angeles, CA
• Support sub-Areas' fiscal planning activities with planning and analysis • Working with the Shared Service Center, integrate graduates and… EY
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EY – Chicago, IL
• Participate in the strategic planning process for the market segment/industry sector/service line in the identification of the… EY
EY – London, England
GCS core function is to capture and analyse expatriate compensation data from multiple sources to deliver effective compensation management to their… EY
EY – London, England
We are seeking to recruit an Assistant Director (experienced manager) to strengthen our tax valuations team, particularly in the field of intangible… EY
EY – Charlotte, NC
TAS offers companies professional transaction experience, from the strategic analysis phase of the transaction lifecycle, through execution, to… EY
EY – United States
Within ITAS, our BPM team focuses on IT Transformation and Integration. This group works collaboratively with our clients to establish a… EY
EY – Dubai
► Work on client engagement teams executing Transaction Integration services which support key decision… EY
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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