EY Employee Review
The culture revolves heavily around client-facing employees rather than the support employees. If you are in the support services area, there is little room for advancement. For some, the pay and benefits will compensate for lack of advancement but note that work/life balance isn't offered as freely to support employees as it is to client-facing employees. If you are career driven in the support role (admin, facilities, tax processing, etc.), this may not be the place for you. The firm really takes care of their client-facing employees and offers several career paths, training and counseling. Overall, EY as a whole, is a good place to work for client-facing employees and offers great benefits and pay to everyone, including support staff. Over the last decade though, the way they treat their support staff has decreased significantly to the point where I wouldn't necessarily recommend friends or family to work here in a support role.
Ratings by category
Excellent benefits and career paths for client facing employees
Lack of career advancement for non-client facing employees