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  • "I have never been more proud to be a leader at EY — and to have a platform to be openly gay and visible for our people. To consistently denounce hate-speech and groups that promote it. Our workplace can help settle an uneasiness among people felt all over the world right now. We want each and every person to feel safe and valued at EY. Surrounded by respect and valued for their differences. Clear about who we are as an organization. Dedicated to building a better working world." - Beth A. Brooke-Marciniak, Global Vice Chair, Public Policy; Diversity and Inclusiveness Sponsor, EY. Read more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcXn

  • How do you make sure you are the disrupter and not the disrupted?
     http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQlB9 #BetterWorkingWorld

    Eight megatrends driving disruption

    If you want to seize the upside of disruption, you need to understand the forces driving it

  • EY’s US Recruiting Leader, Larry Nash, shares why boomerang employees are a natural component of career mobility via Recruiter. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ4zH

    6 Employers Weigh in on the Benefits - and Drawbacks - of Boomerang Employees

    We've had a number of boomerang employees over the years, from support staff to attorneys to myself! In fact, one of my favorite boomerang success stories is an associate attorney who left us to work in "Big Law" for several years.

  • Our Global Chairman and CEO Mark Weinberger on why paid family leave is a work incentive: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ4Po

    Paid Family Leave is a Work Incentive

    President Trump delivered his proposed 2018 budget to Congress recently, while other policies have received more attention, the blueprint includes an ambitious proposal for paid family leave. A growing economy is the key to more and better jobs.

  • #EY's Scott Porter: “Something I learned early on in my career, and I try to share it with people now, is that you don’t look at networking just for the sake of networking. You really need to build sustainable relationships.” http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQeW1

    Scott Porter

    The Mistake: Early on, I thought networking should happen overnight, and I didn't really understand that those relationships take time. And time is my most valuable asset, as well as the most valuable asset of others. It's not just me who is having to invest my time in getting to know somebody and building that relationship.

  • @UniversumGlobal recognizes #EY as one of the World’s Most Attractive Employers: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiIj

    News - EY named world's #1 professional services employer in Universum's World's Most Attractive Employers annual ranking

    For second consecutive year, EY is the #1 professional services employer EY ranks fourth as world's most attractive employer overall Demonstrates EY's commitment to developing and engaging its people EY has been named the world's most attractive professional services employer for the second consecutive year - and the fourth most attractive employer overall - in Universum's annual World's Most Attractive Employers ranking.

  • EY is proud to be named in LinkedIn’s 2017 Global Top Companies List! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQtI2

    LinkedIn Top Companies 2017: Global Edition

    From Siemens to Salesforce, the 2017 Global LinkedIn Top Companies represent the firms around the world that are wooing today's top talent. They are

  • Carolyn Slaski, our Americas Vice Chair of Talent, shares how mentoring and volunteering in our communities has a direct impact on professional development and employee engagement. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQtlo

    Mentoring strengthens our communities and our careers

    Published on At EY, we hire tens of thousands of smart people around the world every year and support them through training, coaching and mentoring. We promise all our people exceptional experiences that will help them grow professionally.

  • What has worked in the past doesn’t work now. Hear from EY’s Global Chief Innovation Officer Jeff Wong on the five skills you will need to lead the company of the future. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQEQN

    Five Skills You'll Need To Lead The Company Of The Future

    In the traditional corporate model, strong leaders pursued a singular vision through the strong command of an organization. Today, we live in a time of rapid change, when products and services often become obsolete overnight, and competition includes startups and companies in adjacent industries-the traditional leadership archetypes need not apply.

  • In this period of rapid transition, clarity can emerge from confusion as we learn to lead through the ambiguity and manage in an environment that is unknown. For insights on how to power growth in a digital world, visit http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQEiM.

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