EY Benefits

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  • Sick Pay(44 comments)

    Average - could claim up to 7 days consecutive without having to produce a doctor's note.

  • Work From Home(42 comments)

    Working from home is possible, though as an intern I always came in

  • Flexible Working(39 comments)

    Flexible only when convenient for the firm

25 Feb 2021
Current Employee

Great selection of health/personal perks - including a good rate on a salary sacrifice car scheme

1 Mar 2021
Former Employee

Holidays and flexible working/working from home

11 Feb 2021
Current Employee

Benefits package is fairly extensive and covers private healthcare for me and my family. Bonus packages aren't the best but are probably in line with the other Big4s.

21 Feb 2021
Current Employee

Pretty standard at Senior Consultant level. Life insurance is included as standard - anything extra, you pay for out of salary.

10 Feb 2021
Current Employee

Pension contributions by employer is low and so are the private health care offering

11 Feb 2021
Current Employee

25 days holiday for entry level, plus an option to buy/sell additional 6 days a year

11 Feb 2021
Current Employee

High performance bonus of £1.25k

10 Feb 2021
Current Employee

It is an extremely poor selection and isn't in keeping with the market. Private Healthcare is very difficult to access.

22 Oct 2020
Current Manager in London, England

27 days annual leave for 5+ years service

20 Oct 2020
Current Assistant Director in Manchester City Centre, England

Car allowance, Private health care, flexible working

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