EY Employee Reviews in Atlanta, GA
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A typical day at work changed everyday. This taught me to be ready for anything. My role evolved dramatically from the time I started to present, which was unexpected. Management's communication could have improved greatly which would have cut down on guessing what the next move should be.
Benefits, pension, vacation time
Stress of the job
Desktop support Enjoyed the perks and training. Unlimited training / travel until the tech bubble burst. IT management promoted admin for an advanced technical position although she did not have any actual experience. Completely overlooked technicians that have the knowledge and required skillset.
Enjoyed the perks and training.
The work is not difficult, but the workload is almost never achievable in 40 hours if you are looking to do an excellent job. In addition to the long engagement hours, there are unpaid, mandatory hours of yearly training, seminars, company-sponsored initiatives, etc.
Challenging job, but very high ceiling to build a strong career and very broad network. Building a strong brand and growing strong and fast and looking to be the top professional services firm in the World within the next few years
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In most cases, requires travel out of town days are 12+ hour work days. The company provides great training opportunities and requires a certain number of hours of training per year.
Benefits; work/life balance
The project structure was good for getting projects done. There was a concept of product teams and the teams has the product understanding to build products from concept to finish.
Location far from my hous
I was hired as an IT Contractor with the opportunity to go full time. My manager had me trained on EVERYTHING, but after 6 months of working there, EY decided not to renew my contract due to budget cuts. I kinda had a feeling it was going to happen when my IT Manager stopped having bi-weekly meetings with me and started to act like I didn't exist. It was disappointing, but that's business as usual I guess. I wouldn't work for this company again as a contractor.
Somewhat free breakfast & lunch
Challenging culture. Information Technology and Business do not always work cohesively. Change occurs on a daily basis for approved methodology and processes. High Profile Applications with significant Business Impact. Management of these appeared to be more on the fly not planned as you would expect Business Critical Applications.
Work from Home Opportunities
Difficult work/life balance
I was a contractor in IT, but I really admired the corporate culture. There were lots of really talented people who generally treated each other with respect. Also, I enjoyed the liberal telecommuting opportunities.
Telecommuting, Talented Colleagues
EY has re-organized the IT Services area a number of times over the past 5 years and are returning to a decentralized model. This constant change provides no direction and makes application development and delivery more difficult than it needs to be. While EY may be an excellent place to work for client facing individuals, it is not the best for technology based resources,
Work location flexibility and vacation benefits
Pay falls below the industry, bonuses are very limited, and the strategy for future growth is confusing