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If you like the brand sacrifice your social life

Senior Auditor (Current Employee)
Cairo (Egypt)

ProsExperience, learning new things every day

Consloads of work, deadly dead line, high standard of quality required with limited time, you will not be able to sleep or see your friends, its very true

Advice to Senior Managementplease consider work trial balance

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    A company with efficient consulting business but with a management that needs to enhance work-life balance

    Associate Consultant (Former Employee)
    Mumbai (India)

    I worked at EY full-time for more than a year


    Pros: 1. Salary 2. Work significance 3. Skill development Cons: 1. Work-life balance 2. Senior management's attitude towards employee growth Advice to Senior Management: More transparent employee management Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More

     

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    I worked at EY


    Pros: it is a overall good structured orgn Cons: nothing in particular, but salary are only satisfactory More
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