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I have been working at EY for a little under a year and I have mixed feelings about it. Your experience varies greatly depending on what team you are assigned to and how you get along with the people on that team. During normal hours even a bad team can be bearable, but when busy season hits, you do NOT want to be stuck with people who you don't get along with for 13 hours a day 6-7 days a week. The salary is alright, but during busy season you are essentially getting paid minimum wage at the entry level positions. Perk-wise not bad, but nothing to write home about. Overall, I would only recommend this job if you really want the experience and EY brand on your resume, otherwise this is just a pit of despair and sadness.
This is a very busy company to work for with low compensation and not great work life balance. But the opportunity for growth and advancement is amazing. And you will learn a ton while there.
Growth, opportunity, learning
work life balance and compensation
Great people, heavy workload, poor work/life balance - at least this is my experience in the audit practice. However, as everyone says, it is truly a great launch if moving up the ranks in a company (EY or not) is what you want to do. Over the year I worked here, I just discovered it's not what I want out of life.
People, perks, development
Work load, work/life balance
Decent place with nice people, in my office, but busy season is brutal and not worth it in my opinion. Some enjoy the "security" (in many offices they desperately need people and are unlikely to fire you), rapid promotions and slight raises, but you may find that the unpredictability of where you will be working next week, or how many hours you will have to work can take a toll on you. If you value work, enjoy this work, and don't mind bending your life around the job, you may enjoy it. If you value your time and you don't want work to be your life, you may not enjoy this job.
Was a decent place to work right out of college. Work life balance isn't great.Limited learning scope
Was a decent place to work right out of college. Good exposure to corporate culture. Not a typical 9-5 as work hours are not fixed. Work life balance isn't great. Limited learning scope.
Offices are filled with adults in their mid 20s to late 30s. It is a face-paced environment with constantly changing priorities and deadlines. This environment taught me to be more flexible with my hours and tasks. The company has great benefits that accompany the grueling work hours, specially during busy season.
Professional milestone in your career
Learned a great deal at EY. However, the culture within the company leaves a lot to be desired and issues I raised to HR weren't satisfactorily addressed in my opinion. Grateful for the experience but much happier in the private sector. Compensation for 1st year staff is a little low based on the amount of work & time spent.
Opportunity to lear
Culture, work/life balance, sub-par management
Examine financial statements and its authenticity Participating in audit and reviews of financial statements in compliance with international accounting standards Verification of Journal entry and Trail balance relationship Notifying managers on fund movement. Verifying all deposits and withdrawals posted. Analyze the issues between Journal Entry balances with Trail balance Reviewing the final statements
EY has provided me enough learning, training, and experience in my chosen field of expertise. I was able to work with the best teams, people, and with different persons with different nationalities and cultures.
Experience and learning
Low salary and workload
The Ernst & Young service delivery center provides an excellent opportunity for recent graduates to obtain work experience, especially in the financial services sector. The job provides for overtime but the base salary is extremely low for those who have preliminary certifications.
Vacation, Overtime, Travel
Salary, Management, Projects