On average, employees at Ernst & Young give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Ernst & Young employees are Executive Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.6 and Senior Accountants with a rating of 4.4. Browse Ernst & Young Reviews by Job Title →
"I do value what my company does in the financial market!"
"Great company to work for. Growth opportunities and great work environment!"
"Ernst and Young has been a great experience. I have learned a lot."
"Good place to start your consultancy career."
"It's a good place to start as a technical consultant."
"Really good place to start consulting career."
"It's a very good company to start in the consulting career."
"I've worked for EY since 2009. I've found it to be a strong company with good ethical values and work environment. The company is among the big four accounting firms in US."
"It was great working experience for me."
"I have worked for EY for the last three years. A professional services environment offers many learning and challenging opportunities to grow and become an experienced professional. EY has an excellent reputation and brand, and opens doors anywhere I go. On the flip side, it is a very large and disorganized firm. The technology is almost archaic and often impedes productivity, as opposed to supporting it. Measurements and reporting takes up a significant amount of time on a regular basis."
"Its a worst workplace for any US staff. They are working with only Indian vendors. Top management does not show any respect for their new hires and full time employees. Work condition is even worst - imagine one restroom for 400 people 8 ft x 3 ft table for 10 people sitting for a whole day. Never recommend this place to anyone!"
"Great place to build connections, learn about a variety of industries and participate on different projects that will help build your individual knowledge in your respective field as well as introduce you to new areas that you may find exciting. The negatives include lower than average pay, poor tech support, and being a jack of all trades rather than obtaining expert knowledge in one or two areas."
"Had a great time in learning and exploring possible opportunities."
"I have worked with the firm since 2011, and found it to be a good company to work for. It provided me with top world class tools and methodology to do my job well. It's a great company to learn from. It has a great culture and a competitive nature that helps you succeed. I really recommend EY to anyone who is looking for a challenge and wants to succeed."
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