EY – Tulsa, OK
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- Comp & Benefits
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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at EY as an intern (less than a year)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Recognition and incentive programs for full-time employees (cash awards/bonuses); ample access to firm-wide resources (industry guides; online research databases, etc); exposure to high-profile clients (Fortune 100); many benefits for full-time employees with families/children, structured social and teaming events for interns; opportunities for advancement within EY; Big 4 experience is always a plus.
Intern service line training sessions were inconsistent with the duties assumed in your respective office; EY emphasizes inclusiveness and teaming at the national level, but this is not always enforced in your respective office; outdated software (Lotus Notes); stingy with hardware (monitors, keyboards, etc); stuffy office culture that emphasized being the MVP, rather than a team player/mentor figure; compensation and 401K matching lags far behind Industry.
Advice to Management
Engage your interns, and push local office management to ensure that peer advisers/counselors are living up to their responsibilities; be more generous with hardware (dual monitors, a keyboard, and a docking station will go a long way in non-audit roles).