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25 days ago

Financial Service Office: Advisory Senior Consultant, Performance Improvement Fi

EY New York, NY

Our Finance Transformation team members focus on the priorities and challenges our clients' CFOs are facing. The CFO must deal with the complexity of… EY


26 days ago

Financial Service Office: Advisory Senior Consultant, Performance Improvement Fi

EY New York, NY

Our Finance Transformation team members focus on the priorities and challenges our clients' CFOs are facing. The CFO must deal with the complexity of… EY


18 days ago

Advisory Services Senior Consultant - Risk - Construction & Real Estate - Invest

EY New York, NY

Investor Servicesprofessionals assist real estate, hospitality, and construction companies in increasing operational efficiencies, reducing… EY


25 days ago

Financial Service Office: Advisory Senior Consultant, Technology Solutions Deliv

EY New York, NY

Being part of a dynamic, growing organization offers an exciting career path full of opportunity. Ernst & Young's Financial Services Office (FSO) is… EY


5 days ago

Advisory Services Senior Consultant - Performance Improvement - Program Manageme

EY New York, NY

Our Program Management team members work closely with the other competencies and industry verticals comprising Advisory Services on engagements in… EY


10 hrs ago

Perimeter Protection Specialist – new

EY Secaucus, NJ

• People Management: Counselor for direct reports. Develop, coach, set goals, review performance, etc. • Technical Management: Oversees Level… EY


5 days ago

Tax Manager - Performance & Reward - Tax Technical

EY New York, NY

We currently have a career opportunity for a Manager to manage a wide variety of projects addressing Internal Revenue Code, ERISA, and HR issues… EY


19 days ago

Audio Visual & Video Conference Coordinator

EY New York, NY

• Publish audio, video, and animation electronically, using the internet for firmwide or external distribution, either as live broadcasts or… EY


25 days ago

Active Directory Security Analyst

EY Secaucus, NJ

highly privileged accounts and their associated credentials. The analyst… EY


24 days ago

Global End User Technology Hardware Leader

EY Secaucus, NJ

vendors related to the services and associate budgets. The End User… EY


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    terrible experience

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    Current Employee - Consultant  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Consultant in New York, NY

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

    Pros

    1. totally no life-work balance. get up around 6am, leave home around 7am, get back home around 11pm. no additional compensation for extra time work.
    2. in the past one and half year, almost learn nothing from the work. done a lot of projects, however, almost no chance to learn the details of the projects. client might spend couple year to finish a model, we need finish a report about this model within a very short time. even you are very experienced, you can not get the all the trick part of the model. actually, there is even more worse things, due to the short time, we are not able to do any testing about the client's model. essentially, just pick some nice sentence from client's own report, re-write into our report. if i am keeping doing this, i might be able to realize my writer's dream.

    Cons

    very political working environment. remind me the situation of China in middle 80s.
    senior managers almost do nothing directly for the project, they might just setting there, arrange facilities, but they are not facilities person.
    one more funny story, a accounting master in ey is doing derivative pricing project.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    do not cheat on your clients. if clients want phd, then only send phd for the projects, not mixing with experienced bachelors or masters.

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