Mission: Building a better working world
I have been working at EY full-time (More than 3 years)
As a consultant at EY, you get great, diverse experience working with a wide range of clients. Your engagements will always be different, so the job doesn't feel as monotonous as others.
Compensation lower than industry, which can be frustrating when we're working with clients who work less, produce less, and get paid significantly more.
Les responsables du recrutement de chez EY ont été agréable et compréhensif de ma situation. L'entrevue pris un air décontracté. Pas de question piège ou autres. Soyez polit, allumé, souriant et tout devrait se passer pour le mieux. Si vous êtes convoqué en entrevue c'est que vous avez des bonnes chances d'être pris.
"I have never been more proud to be a leader at EY — and to have a platform to be openly gay and visible for our people. To consistently denounce hate-speech and groups that promote it. Our workplace can help settle an uneasiness among people felt all over the world right now. We want each and every person to feel safe and valued at EY. Surrounded by respect and valued for their differences. Clear about who we are as an organization. Dedicated to building a better working world." - Beth A. Brooke-Marciniak, Global Vice Chair, Public Policy; Diversity and Inclusiveness Sponsor, EY. Read more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcXn—30+ days ago
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