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EY Employee Review

Very political when it comes to advancement, they make the numbers magically work for the "in crowd" who get fast tracked for promotion

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8 September 2020
In general a good company with many people who work hard and want to do the right thing. There are some bad actors, and many people who get ahead not on merit, but based on their connections in the firm. Rumor is that some preference given to those from the same immigrant groups based on a very unscientific study.
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Pros
Salary is decent
Cons
Low bonus, promotions are not merit based
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  1. Very political when it comes to advancement, they make the numbers magically work for the "in crowd" who get fast tracked for promotion