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5 days ago

Campus Recruiter Supervising Associate

EY New York, NY

We call our human resources group the Talent Team, and this reflects how important our people are to the success of the EY organization. Working with… EY


5 days ago

Campus Recruiter Supervising Associate - National Advisory - Atlanta / Chicago /

EY New York, NY

We call our human resources group the Talent Team, and this reflects how important our people are to the success of the EY organization. Working with… EY


9 days ago

Campus Recruiter Supervising Associate - Law School Program

EY New York, NY

We call our human resources group the Talent Team, and this reflects how important our people are to the success of the EY organization. Working with… EY


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    Everything is great about EY, except for busy season hours.

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    Current Employee - Tax Senior in New York, NY
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    Pros

    A lot! Great experience, great exit opportunities (everyone wants to have you in their team after EY), smartest people, abundant resources, pleasant culture, great perks, up to 12 weeks of paid maternity leave...

    Cons

    You'll have 40hrs on your timesheet in 3 days during the busy season. 80-100+hr workweeks are common. Both, March-April and September-October busy seasons are extreme. Expect to work Saturdays and Sundays. Have to really watch your health during that time: weight loss, dehydration, fainting, back pains, insomnia, heartaches and nervous breakdowns happen to a lot of people.


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