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30+ days ago

Tax Manager - International Tax

EY Denver, CO

We currently have a career opportunity for a Manager in our International Tax Services (ITS) practice. ITS… EY


30+ days ago

National Tax Department - Human Capital/Mobility (Expatriate) - Tax Manager - De

EY Denver, CO

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


30+ days ago

National Tax Department - Human Capital/Mobility (Expatriate) - Tax Senior - Den

EY Denver, CO

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


30+ days ago

Assurance Senior Manager

EY Denver, CO

· Develop/maintain strong working relationships with key business decision makers throughout the year to communicate value and inform them of the… EY


20 days ago

Tax Manager – National Tax – Tax Performance Advisory – Tax Data/ERP

Ernst & Young Denver, CO

Globalization. Advances in technology. Increased visibility and transparency. Greater tax complexity and sensitivity to risk. The overall environment… Ernst & Young


26 days ago

CRM Senior Manager – National Tax – Indirect Tax – Affordable Care Act (ACA) – C

Ernst & Young Denver, CO

EY's Tax Practice provides the knowledge, experience, resources, and processes to bridge the gap between what is expected of a company's tax… Ernst & Young


4 days ago

Transaction Advisory Services Experienced Staff - Restructuring

Ernst & Young Denver, CO

Execute procedures defined by the engagement objectives, client's engagement history, and planned approach. Perform research, prepare schedules, and… Ernst & Young


30+ days ago

Tax Senior Manager - International Tax

EY Denver, CO

We currently have a career opportunity for a Senior Manager in our International Tax Services (ITS) practice… EY


30+ days ago

Tax Manager - Indirect Tax - Sales & Use

EY Denver, CO

The key to appropriately managing a company's overall state and local tax cost is to align tax strategies with business initiatives and proceed with… EY


30+ days ago

Assurance Senior

Ernst & Young Denver, CO

• Develop and maintain productive working relationships with audit client personnel, assess audit clients' satisfaction and proactively maintain… Ernst & Young


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    High-strung, intense, work-obsessed culture that doesn't care about anything but the bottom line.

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    Former Employee - Senior Consultant in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Senior Consultant in Denver, CO

    I worked at EY full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    At least in the early years, you're surrounded by peers in your demo. You make a lot of friends who have similar interests, passions, and are in similar places in life. This decreases, though, the higher you ascend the ranks. The comradery ends quickly after becoming anything higher than a Senior.

    Cons

    Most people don't live to work, but the culture here, and at any Big Four, is that you're not likely to ascend the ranks unless work is the center of your life. Look at the number of Senior Managers and Partners with multiple divorces or aren't married at all. Their claim of work-life balance is that they bring their kids to firm events. The firm is the center. People with any sort of desire to have a life outside of work leave within a few years, so all that's left to run the company are, on the whole, the worst type-A automatons imaginable. They're fierce and unforgiving and have little tolerance for even the most inconsequential mistakes. It's an accounting firm, not a military regimen. If your sole purpose in life is to sit in a 5x5 cubicle to find every last cent, yeah it's a fantastic place to work and you'll fit right in. Otherwise, take the 2-3 years of connections and experience and run.

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    Understand the fact that most people would rather be not at work than work. Maybe not managers, but the rest of the population would rather spend time with their kids, be outside, taking trips, enjoying life etc. We work because we HAVE to not because we WANT to. It's accounting, after all.

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