Culture and ability to grow really stands out at EY. You’re always challenged and will have support to help you succeed. Best coworkers you’ll ever have. Pay at the senior manager level salary wise is comparable to market however loses out to industry with equity and bonus (assurance)
Work life balance can be a struggle
I would be very weary of joining this firm. Poor compensation compared to smaller US firms. Toxic work environment. Disorganized environment. Horrible IT, whose problems are blamed on the Attorneys. Shoddy expense reimbursements that you have to fight tooth and nail for. Poor management who doesn't have a clue. No real future with competing US Immigration firms upgrading their client management software and providing far better service. Avoid this, especially if you have to move.
Management, Toxic Work environment, Misrepresentation on work, no real growth
Difficult environment. If a person is in favor by a higher up, they advance, regardless of whether they deserve it. A month after I started, I was told that I was never going to get promoted bc they already had too many people at a certain band level - this is directly opposite of what the “culture” supports.
Good job atmosphere, well employee treating company Time to time work.western culture first class office setupInternational campusgood managersSupporting tems
I believe there is a lot to learn from the experts at EY being a wide-ranging management consultancy. It is really up to the individual.It sort of 60/40: 60% are people you would not meet outside the office, yet 40% are the ones you are happy to have.
The work place is accommodative and makes work easy to be done on a daily basis,culture,race, gender and values are taken very serious.The training they offers and more educational and helpful
Long hours sometimes
The project though now closed, was the best experience possible. The management allowed you to have your own ideas, implementation. They focussed on you, your development & giving you the facilities to live like a king.
You can't ask for more
Nothing, except the project closed early