Overall Employee Satisfaction
3.6

Manager Relationship
4.0
Manager Communication
3.8
Appreciation
3.5
Learning and Development
4.0
Company Outlook
4.3
Fair Pay
2.5
Pay Transparency
2.5
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How do employees review their experience at EY (Ernst & Young)?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with EY (Ernst & Young) as 3.6 out of 5. EY (Ernst & Young) earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 4.3 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Fair Pay, giving it 2.5 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that EY (Ernst & Young), with scores of 3.5 and 4.3 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

EY (Ernst & Young) Reviews

Q: What is it like working at EY (Ernst & Young)?

Senior Manager Auditor in Los Angeles:
"Sucks."
Pros: Your survey questions are stupid.
Cons: All my responses are WRONG.

Management Consultant in Charlotte:
Pros: You develop in your career far quicker than going through industry.
Cons: The hours and lack of a true work-life balance.

Management Consultant in Atlanta:
"Good culture, perks, and challenging work."
Pros: Good culture, vision and mission but still at high level. Did not trickle down to day to day routine.
Cons: Hiper growth strategy results in focus on numbers only. Put culture at risk.

Tax Manager in Scarborough:
"Working local with global opportunities."
Pros: Culture, training, colleagues.
Cons: At times micro mgt by few leaders.

Business Consultant in New York:
"Great company."
Pros: EY is a great company to work for because it gives you the opportunity to grow, learn, and develop your skills.
Cons: The traveling is brutal at times.

Staff Accountant in Boston:
Pros: I learn a lot about different companies and industries by working on their tax returns. I get to work with a diverse group of people. Good perks.
Cons: Uncertain hours. Draining busy seasons. Work is not very flexible at least at my level. Can be stressful at times.

Senior Auditor in Chicago:
Pros: Culture, flexibility.
Cons: Long hours, poor work life balance.

Information Technology (IT) Consultant in Washington:
"Lots Of Experience."
Pros: They give you a lot of opportunity to expand your experience very quickly. Managers for the most part are happy to let you shine over them if you are doing the work.
Cons: The compensation is poor. The partners are quick to tell you it's not all about the money and it will come but staying with the firm for a long time is not the way to do it. 5 years in you will find yourself significantly under the median for your experience level.

Senior Executive Assistant in New York:
Pros: The flexibility and benefits. The exposure to many different people.
Cons: The stress.

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