EY Advisory Manager Jobs & Careers in Los Angeles, CA

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1 day ago

Tax Senior Manager - Tax Advisory - Private Client Services (PCS) – new

EY Los Angeles, CA

We currently have an excellent career opportunity for a Personal Financial Services Senior Manager. Using cutting-edge technology and working with… EY

1 day ago

Advisory Services Senior Manager - Risk – new

EY Los Angeles, CA

Ernst & Young Advisory Services is a fast-moving, high-growth area with huge potential. It offers variety, challenge, responsibility and the… EY

6 days ago

Tax Manager - Federal Tax

EY Los Angeles, CA

We currently have a career opportunity for a Manager in our Federal Tax Service practice. Federal provides client… EY

1 day ago

Tax Manager – National Tax – Exempt Organizations – new

EY Los Angeles, CA +2 locations

Tax is an inescapable dimension of almost every business activity, in every jurisdiction where a company does business. To optimize the financial… EY

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    Good company to work for, lots of opportunities for varied experiences

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    Current Employee - Manager in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Manager in Los Angeles, CA

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


    Genuinely looks to incorporate inclusiveness into all working practices, people look out for team members and actively provide opportunities for growth and development, a lot of internal progression and chances to change role / location


    Relatively rigid formal progression structure, depending on role can require frequent travel and significant virtual teaming, experience can depend on specific project / clients / teams - meaning it's left to you to strategically move projects to get the best experience

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    Formal policy and performance metrics don't align with communications / promoted initiatives, e.g use of full utilization which encourages staff not to take PTO and thus a stressed and tired workforce

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