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Financial Services - EMEIA - FSO Annuity Tax Services - Tax Manager – new

EY London, England

As a Manager within this team you will have the opportunity to work on a diverse range of projects within FS; including large scale global and small… EY

2 days ago

Audit Managers - Banking and Capital Markets – new

EY London, England

• Deliver value to the client by providing knowledge, ideas and solutions for improving the business, assess legal implications. • Secure and… EY

26 days ago

Experienced Hire Marketing Manager

EY London, England

• Work closely with stakeholders and senior management to understand and develop a comprehensive attraction strategy aligned… EY

10 days ago

Business and Operations Manager

EY London, England

There's never been a better time to join EY. More than 190,000 of us in over 150 countries are united behind delivering quality services that help… EY

12 days ago

Senior Executive (Manager) - Operational Transaction Services (IT)

EY London, England

• Working within the Operational Transaction Services team to sell, manage and deliver IT Transaction Services engagements including IT Due… EY

6 days ago

Financial Services (EMEIA FSO) - Senior Audit Manager - Banking, Capital Markets

EY Leeds, England

Our broad suit of assurance solutions includes advice on the governance and controls around processes that do not directly impact the financial… EY

3 days ago

PMDP Officer

Ernst & Young Birmingham, England

• Systems/Process: Lead the implementation/briefings on changes in the process/systems, working closely with the PMDP Change Manager, HRSSC Systems… Ernst & Young

22 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager - Global - Consumer Products - Permanent

EY London, England

This role focuses on driving the development and execution of key global consumer products (CP) marketing programs to support the Global CP sector’s… EY

26 days ago

UKI Assurance - Audit Executive

EY Glasgow, Scotland +4 locations

• Demonstrate the ability to effectively manage the Audit process with appropriate consideration of audit risk issues and… EY

21 days ago

Financial Services - US International Tax Senior Manager

EY London, England

We are a growing practice of 30 US tax professionals focused on providing excellent client service to the financial services industry including… EY

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    Great intent, but serious flaws

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Advisory Senior Manager in London, England
    Current Employee - Advisory Senior Manager in London, England

    I have been working at EY (more than 5 years)


    - All the people in EY Advisory are really committed to doing a great job
    - Committment to training and growing the people
    - Genuinly nice people to work with
    - Well thought of by clients
    - You don't have to work long hours or stay away (out of London/SE England) much


    - Sadly EY is institutionally racist and sexist. This has been addressed in the recruitment process, but once in, women and BME employees are graded lower and not promoted. This is well known by management, has been openly communicated for 5 years but has not improved.
    - Weak leadership who are happy to see chaos caused by gaps and overlaps rather that making transparent explicit decisions.
    - Underperformance at the business level - the target is 15% annual growth, yet 8% is seen as good (linked to above).
    - Once you're in you won't get a decent pay rise even if promoted.
    - Weak tier of Directors who generally have very little experience of major transformation programmes resulting in lack of coordination and consequently hard work on the ground.
    - Highly disengaged workforce and high staff turnover (20%).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Leadership need to seriously address the racism and sexism in performance management.
    - The profitability of the business is declining and leadership think that innovative whacky ideas is the answer. Massively improving the quality of project and programme management and inproved standardisation of work products is the simpler answer but requires stronger management/leadership of people.

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