EY Employee Reviews in Atlanta, GA
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Reviews are slightly biased and un-based Workplace of the future is amazing The culture is familiar, friendly and upbeat Dress code is respectable Tons of interns flock to the company every year Very competitive company and that will reflect in your review
free lunch, holidays off
EY offers a lot of team building opportunities, Dinner/drinks and outings with the team was a regular occurrence. Team members were great. The work was challenging but caused you to grow in your field.
A lot of freebies
Can be very fast past challenging
administrative management ESS only served partners not the actual EAs. Created a culture where spying an tattling on your counter parts was accepted and ultimately how you keep your job. If your point of view was different then you were overlooked and/or targeted. Used hearsay to target you and put it in reviews. EY is a culture where if you are not attached to a partner - you'll go NO WHERE fast no matter how hard you work. Your peers and how they view you is more important than your quality of work.
management and partners totally disconnected
This is re: the management consulting practice within EY. When the consulting practice was smaller, it used to be a more collaborative workplace. As part of the firm's growth, it now looks and feels like any other large consulting firm (not very people-centric)
Retirement benefits, smart people, work-life balance
Performance bonus, 401k, restrictions on investments
EY is a great place to work. They encourage creative thinking and hard work. The culture is people centric, and in order to retain top talent they are flexible and accommodating for a variety of lifestyles.
This company is undergoing a big shift by outsourcing jobs to an India based managed service provider. Middle management is horrible (ineffective, club mentality) while Partners are disconnected and not held nor holding anyone truly accountable. HR adding no value; they are not looking out for the employee.
Office setting is done well
Hamstrug by legacy technology, poor innovation
It was a great experience working with one of the largest firms in the world. I learned a great deal from EY and their clients.
I had the opportunity to rotate on different teams every two weeks to gain experience working the main service lines. The work environment was great.
Free lunches, Networking opportunities, Meeting Partners, Working at client sites
The company has their own culture, which is constantly pushed out to employees. Most of their culture is based on employees who start with the company fresh out of college and work up from being a staffer, building relationships with different managers on projects. The expectation is that the consultant be driving the bus to land more work and find projects to work on, which can be difficult for experienced employees transferring in who haven't built those relationships with multiple managers.
The place has a lot of technical people with different skills on various technologies which are pretty on demand in the day to day market, which indeed gives you a optimal knowledge for us to work in along with several other technologies. The peaceful environment at the work place also adds a lot of zeal to the employees.
The most challenging aspect of working for EY for an introvert like me is that because of the remote work lifestyle people have to make an effort to establish and maintain relationships with coworkers. However, this flexibility is probably one of the most enjoyable things about the job.
Flexible work hours and location; benefits/perks; smart people
[Lack of] planning and strategy causes a lot of rework and throwaway deliverables