Mission: Building a better working world
I have been working at EY full-time (More than 5 years)
A company that really cares about their people. Allows for flexible work environments as long as you communicate and complete your work in a timely manner. Many benefits including reimbursement for certain health and fitness expenses, long summer holiday weekends, and referral bonuses. Most of the people I work with are caring, dynamic, professional, and entertaining individuals.
Outside of busy season, it isn't uncommon to have certain periods of heavier work flows, i.e. 50ish hour work weeks. Utilization (% of work charged to billable hours), can be a bit high, though the % varies depending on your work level.
More work seems to be delegated to India or handled by BOTs which may be good for the company overall, but maybe not the best for those wanted to gather further experience in the US.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at EY (Bengaluru) in August 2017.
It was moderately difficult and relaxed process which went for 2 days long. There were 4 rounds -1st round was an online test on aptitude , technical , logical and verbal ability.
2nd round was GD. 3rd was Technical interview , 4th was HR interview. Every round was easy. Your approach matters and they expect you to be confident and relaxed. prepare thoroughly for technical round.
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EY Americas Campus Recruiting Leader, Natasha Stough, talks with Reuters TV about our recent #GenZ survey findings, including the importance of real-time feedback and equitable benefits such as 16 weeks parental leave.