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workplace work is very professional, life balance is very good, the hardest part in my job handle to client , or most enjoyable part in my job is this is 3 rd position in the world
New grads, little lost, dont know where to start. It was me 3 years ago. EY is a good place to start my career, but after awhile, I realized that it is not a place to stay forever. I do not want to do things that can be automated and also matters little to the society. I didn't see myself add values.
Throughout my time at Ernst & Young I was run through the gauntlet in a positive manner. While the workplace is fast-paced and challenging, you could always rest assured that your work made a difference in the world. The most enjoyable part of the job was always being able to reliably count on your co-workers.
Recreational activities outside of work to encourage team building.
At my location, management could have looked out for the employees and watched for burnout.
There are many teams/ many different workstream you can participate. Even if you're in one workstream, there are many chances and opportunities you can get to know others and get to know the work in other workstream. Since the position is project-based, you have chance to get involved in other things rather than your own job description during low season.
EY was my first global company. I loved how big is this company and how you can share things with everyone, not only in that country. You learn a lot of things in just one day and you use this everytime. The EY experience lasts a life time, absolutely!
In IT audit, we assess IT business processes to gain assurance that they can be relied on. This involves walking through the processes with the client, then testing them to ensure they work as they're supposed to.
Client interaction, team lunches
Lots of commuting, 55 hours during busy season
Compensation was way below market value. Management did not appreciate employees to bring them to market value, instead they let them leave for other companies. This caused a terrible work environment in the practice.
Provide IT and Business process consulting to Fortune 500 clients. Learned application development in Lotus Notes. Management was great. Co workers were very friendly and respectful. Hardest part of my job was dealing with harsh Chicago winters. The most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with clients.
not enough training provided before being placed with a client
-One hour lunch break. -Presentation, documentation, problem-based solving skills -Young people -Total availability, long work journeys, strict policies for travelling dietaries. -Dynamic, heterogeneous work letting the employees to participate in several projects form different clients.
Dietary suplements, international work, dynamic projects
Long journey, hard work, total availability for work
The EY experience is a lot stimulating. My typical working day is located by the clients headquarter where i carry out PMO activities. I supported my customers not only for processes analysis or functional analysis but also in to daily activities such as meeting planning or recap.
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