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11 days ago

Financial Services Advisory (EMEIA FSO) - Quantitative Advisory Services - Associate

EY London, England

• Participate in Quantitative Risk engagements • Work effectively as a team member sharing responsibility, providing support, maintaining… EY


11 days ago

Financial Services Advisory (EMEIA FSO) - Quantitative Advisory Services - Senior Manager

EY London, England

Drawing on your skills and experience, you'll create innovative commercial insights for clients, adapt methods and practices to fit operational team… EY


17 hrs ago

Tax Senior - Quantitative Services - Milwaukee – new

EY London, England

One of the benefits of being aligned with one of these functional groups is that you will have the technical proficiency and connectivity to address… EY


11 days ago

National Tax Department - Human Capital/Mobility - Tax Senior - Milwaukee

EY London, England

Our Human Capital practice focuses on assisting clients in managing the cost and risks involved in their Human Resource plans, programs and systems… EY


11 days ago

Tax Valuations – Assistant Director

EY London, England

We are seeking to recruit an Assistant Director (experienced manager) to strengthen our tax valuations team, particularly in the field of intangible… EY


11 days ago

Financial Services - Extended Assurance - Senior Manager

EY London, England

Current turbulent markets are driving significant changes to all firms’ internal processes, for example through regulatory reporting or demands for… EY


11 days ago

Indirect Tax Manager, Birmingham, UK&I Tax

EY Birmingham, England

The Birmingham Indirect Tax team has grown significantly recently with the arrival of an established VAT partner, Tony Bullock, from the EY London… EY


8 days ago

Business Support Assistant- Birmingham - 9 Month FTC - Part Time

EY Birmingham, England

• Liaising with the firm’s preferred suppliers for complex travel arrangements • Researching point to point… EY


1 day ago

Recruitment Administrator (Pre Offer) - Birmingham - Permanent – new

EY Birmingham, England

• Produce reports to provide detail of interview scheduling activity to Recruitment. • Coordinate face to face, telephone, video conference and… EY


11 days ago

Assistant Director - Operational Transaction Services (Cyber)

EY London, England

The team comprises advisors with specialist commercial, operations, IT and deal / transaction experience from industry, advisory and audit… EY


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  • EY is perfect if you enjoy putting work above all else in life

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in London, England
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in London, England

    I have been working at EY full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Good salary in regional offices at low grades
    Varied work
    If you like travel and relocation then plenty of opportunities to pursue
    Benefits such as bonuses, expenses, and flashy away days
    Pay for qualifications
    Opportunity to move on to other positions in industry easily with a big 4 firm on your CV

    Cons

    Expectation to work long hours for no additional reward
    You will spend 12 hours a day staring at a computer at the junior level
    Be under no illusion - you are working for a corporate firm so great if status is at the top of your priority list, but not when you get your enjoyment from life outside of work
    Travel is expected at all levels and whilst expenses are covered, lost time and work life balance isn't
    Lots of dull repetitive work

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    higher salaries or lower working hours to ensure employee retention
    Encouragement for junior employees to adopt flexible working - recognition that it isn't just for working mothers in senior positions
    Where working part-time is an option - ensure this means part time and not just cramming all your hours into a 3 or 4 day week instead of a 5 day week
    Flexible working should not mean spreading 60 hour weeks over 7 days instead of 5
    Output led approach should be followed more and encouraged - if you can get all your work done in a 40 hour week, there should be no expectation to work more

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