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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 (AUD)
  • Industry
    Management & Consulting
  • Headquarters
    United Kingdom
  • Link
    EY website
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Senior Manager in Sydney NSW
on 2 February 2022
Highly competitive environment
Global reputation; progressive work culture. Steep learning curve. However, the job is highly demanding and competitive. You can only move up or move out.
Manager in Perth WA
on 31 March 2022
DnA - Toxic at best
The culture is toxic for the lack of a better word. There is no teaming, only pulling someone down for your own gains. Merit and knowledge are secondary, being heads down and saying yes to everything your boss says is primary. The counselors aren't interested in anyone's career growth except their own and employees are left on their own to fend for their careers paths, no guidance whatsoever. Team mates who have been in the company since graduates or whoever has spent more time than you, are treated with greater affinity and considered for promotions regardless of their knowledge or skills. Only skill you need to survive is being able to talk no matter what the subject is. Thought leadership is undervalued and selling skills are overvalued. Those who are on a specialist path like techinal programmers or developers are treated secondary to those who are on generalist path. The quality work and experience you bring to the table will be stolen by someone and made theirs, thats the way it works here at EY unfortunately.
Actuary in Sydney NSW
on 3 January 2022
Fast-paced work. A wide variety, however you do not have control over what work you want.
Hardest part is getting put on completely different pieces of work which takes a while to adjust and onboard. This does help greatly with learning but you don't have control over what work you want to work on.
Mobility Consultant in Sydney Central Business District NSW
on 16 December 2021
EY Australia Global Mobility Team Sydney
Please beware of Global Mobility Consultant team in Sydney. Highly racial based team.Long work hours.Worst work culture no support. Expected to work 24/7 all the days of weekHigh Attrition rate for Mobility Consultant roles. No training provided in structured wayToo much of pressureNot recommended3 people work expected by one person.Harassments by Manager of Mobility team
Manager in Sydney, Australia
on 23 February 2021
Long hours and low pay but good learning opportunities
Longest and hardest I've ever worked with a steep learning curve as seniors/managers don't have a lot of time to teach (because everyone is doing what they can). Tests the upper threshold for work but when you look back you'll be amazed at how much you've learnt and of the friends you make.

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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

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