EY Jobs in Oklahoma City, OK

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16 days ago

Tax Services Senior - National Tax - Indirect Tax - State & Local Tax

EY Oklahoma City, OK

Our tax practice revolves around helping our clients effectively manage their tax obligations proactively and responsibly. As part of a global team… EY


30+ days ago

Assurance Services Manager

Ernst & Young Oklahoma City, OK

You will join our nearly 70,000 assurance professionals and you will experience ongoing professional development through diverse experiences… Ernst & Young


30+ days ago

Tax Services Manager - Federal Tax

EY Oklahoma City, OK

Join a global network that understands what businesses need to have access, visibility and control. Our market-leading approach combines extensive… EY


30+ days ago

Tax Services Senior - Federal Tax

EY Oklahoma City, OK

Join a global network that understands what businesses need to have access, visibility and control. Our market-leading approach combines extensive… EY


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  • WARNING: When times get tough E&Y always lays off those with long tenure.

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    Pros

    E&Y is a firm of professionals and virtually every single co-worker in my more than 10 years was very professional. If you are interested in working from a home office the firm has no problem and it does not hurt you professionally.

    Cons

    The partners demand a certain bottom line income and the firm will no hesitate to lay off their most valuable resource (people) in order to protect the bottom line. In January the firm laid off 1,000+ employees, most of whom were very tenured in their time dedicated to E&Y. I know of four laid off then who had 8, 13, 14, and 21 years with the firm. If you are in client service there is very little work/life balance... it's all work. One week after the above lay offs Fortune reported E&Y as being a company that was still hiring: 2,400 full time staff plus 2,700 interns.

    Advice to Management

    You'd better hire as many college graduates now as possible because as soon as the economy picks up the rank and file from E&Y will bail and deservedly so. In a few years there will be very few experienced managers/senior managers because they will have all left the firm. Advice: people come first, especially those who have been loyal to the firm. Treat them accordingly.


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