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 🙄
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.
Just curious, what do my ultra-conservative colleagues think of the rainbow EY logo currently on linkedin?
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?
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.
So does Deloitte, EY and PWC all get next week off? Cause KPMG hates their people so much they won’t even give us Friday off.
In general, who has better reputation EY or PwC? Everything else equal, for exit opportunities does one weight more?
Deloitte is worried about layoffs, EY has to deal with pancakes and waffles, meanwhile the Slalom bowl is discussing if any of the offices have ever cut the snack budget.
EY - my friend says that EY won’t pay Amex. She says she has to pay off her bizz card and then EY reimburses her. She’s getting hit with fines because she doesnt have cash to cover the expenses. WTF?
A good friend just started at EY this week. I wanna send her a care package - what should I include? I thinking a fancy water bottle so far Also, any water bottles recommendations?
Got an offer from Guidehouse for a ton more money than I make now. I love the people and culture at EY, and I don’t want to sound like a loyalist, but I’m torn. Thoughts?
EY has capped Exec Dir retirement benefit at $125k for 20+ yrs with no increases. No COLA, no increases at all and apparently no plans to change. Curious as to what other firms do?
LinkedIn’s top 50 companies to work for: Deloitte at 5, PwC at 30, EY at 33, KPMG not listed. There shouldn’t be any big4 on the list w/ our miserable & fabricated work life balance 😂😭
At a leadership training for women at Ernst & Young, women were told their brains are smaller than men’s, not to be shrill and to avoid showing skin at work because “sexuality” scrambles the mind” https://www.huffpost.com/entry/women-ernst-young-how-to-dress-act-around-men_n_5da721eee4b002e33e78606a