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About the company

  • CEO
    Carmine Di Sibio
    87%
    approve of Carmine Di Sibio 's performance
  • Founded
    1989
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Management & Consulting
  • Headquarters
    United Kingdom
  • Link
    EY website
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Audit Senior in Singapore
on June 17, 2022
Good place to learn, however ...
For assurance, EY is a good place to learn as with other big 4s, but you have to be proactive if not it is just working on different engagements and you will not feel motivated to improve and learn. With its diverse clientele, you can gain good commercial knowledge, but again there is if you are proactive enough to find out more either from your managers or clients. Bad part of the firm is you are almost always double booked for engagements which is not ideal.
Senior Consultant in Central Singapore
on February 18, 2022
Productive and fun culture
A nice place to start off your early career. Great training and development opportunities. A lot of chances to travel around but not much time to enjoy life.
Audit Associate in Singapore
on November 10, 2021
Mixed Feelings
The people you work with are mostly great. As a fresh grad, you will be working with people of the same age group and it feels like being back in university again. The relationships I've built here were a plus point. However, work life balance is poor to non-existent at times. Managers will contact you and expect you to work till the wee hours, even on weekends, especially during the peak period. Although EY has a good structure in place for your career progression, you will be under-compensated for the amount of time spent at work especially if you're in assurance. If work life balance and high salary is important to you, this is not for you. If you like a job that's fast-paced, constantly changing then go for it.
Audit Senior in Singapore
on November 23, 2020
Will not recommend working there
Management do not appreciate staff as they view staff as dispensable. Hours are long and it's pretty hard to take leave. Planning of leave is pretty difficult as well as leave only gets approved 1 month prior to the actual leave.
Senior Manager in Singapore
on March 25, 2020
Good for graduates only
Too much influence from 1 particular country's culture permeating the firm's management style Good for graduates Long hours, bad benefits, the intent is to squeeze every drop from the staff Salary is market-level

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