Made a move from Accenture to EY and let me tell you the grass is not always greener on the other side 🧐
Great job, EY for taking the lead on deciding no workforce reduction. Deloitte and others, let’s do what’s right and humane. People can very well do WITHOUT BONUSES AND RAISES
EY just assured that there won’t be any workforce reduction. Also no performance bonus this year. How do you feel? (Me: I am proud that we always put people first)
How would you rank the major consulting firms by pay + bonus + benefits? Deloitte, Accenture, PwC, BCG, EY, Bain, KPMG, McKinsey, Booz Allen
I started my career at EY and all we talked about was Deloitte. Now, I’m at Deloitte and all we talk about is...Deloitte 🙄
Huge... EY inked a strategic alliance with Microsoft. How will this play out given the economic times?
It’s been exactly one year since I got on a plane for work. Staffed on long term local engagement. What do you prefer; travel grind and perks or local engagement? FYI - work for EY.
https://fortune.com/best-companies/2020/ 25 - EY 31 - Slalom 32 - KPMG 36 - PWC 41 - Accenture 45 - Deloitte 46 - West Monroe . . . 69 - Bain ESKPADW (the W is silent) is the new MBB?
Currently a manager in deloitte making 145 and I am offered 165 as a senior consultant at EY. does this sound like a good move?
Leaving EY, had a discussion with Talent and was told my accrued PTO from 2019 will not be paid out and will loose it. I stand to loose 170 hours of PTO as a result of this new policy. Advise please!
Just curious, what do my ultra-conservative colleagues think of the rainbow EY logo currently on linkedin?
Is there a chance EY and other firms shutdown at some point they have to take into consideration amount of mental stress and news from friends and family. Expectations to deliver with same timeline...
Is it just EY or all Big4 are extremely short on seniors these days? I keep seeing managers’ posts here that they are working with staff directly.