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About the company

  • CEO
    Carmine Di Sibio
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Management & Consulting
  • Link
    EY website
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Technology Risk Consultant in London, Greater London
on 16 May 2022
Low pay, benefits non-existent but will learn a lot
Pros:-Collaborative collegiate environment - doesn’t feel competitive at all. Relatively young workforce, it’s almost scary how similar everyone’s personality is-So many courses/trainings, L&D opportunities (sometimes we get paid to just sit around and do trainings) -You will learn a lot at EY. It’s often joked that 5 years at EY is like a year in industry- which is definitely true. -flexible working: at least in it audit no one is really bothering you to come into the office.-for the most part, no micro managing-inclusive & accepting environment Cons:-low pay -below manager level, no incentive to perform. no bonus, no over-time or time off in lieu. -deceptive use of “consultant” when we work on audits 99.9% of time-work-life balance non-existent in busy season (leading to burn out and very high turnover)-promotion/progression v scripted and based on years of service and other requirements -difficult transferring to a different service line (if you are successful is really determined by you Network at EY, how well liked you are, performance and networking)-surrounded by workaholics that can sometimes expect more of you than needed
Consultant in London, Greater London
on 27 April 2022
Great workplace but not my cup of tea
Worked as a consultant. Everyone in the office was bright, professional and helpful. Management was great too, vacations and days off, as well as work from home, was never a problem. It’s just the nature of work and clients and lack of flexibility in thinking of the stakeholders involved that limited sense of purpose in everyday work.
Associate in London, Greater London
on 11 April 2022
It was an interesting place to work because although stressful, the experience l got when l left was next to none and it really set me up for the future.
Executive Assistant in Birmingham
on 9 March 2022
Secure and Flexible
Flexible working, great benefits and rewards/recognition/bonus. Very secure job, great values and a strong company vision. Office’s modern and pretty much in every city
Senior Associate - Banking & Capital Markets in London, Greater London
on 1 March 2022
Senior Auditor
Long hours in busy season and don't feel you are rewarded in terms of pay. Very little benefits. Good culture at the firm. Get work from home 3 days a week.

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