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EY BAS Recruitment

 
#1 EY BAS Recruitment
23/08/2006 14:49

D to deleted (#0)

Just to clear up, EY BAS has hit it's recruitment target for 2006 already. Interviews are still ongoing but, the start dates are being set for 2007.

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#2 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
23/08/2006 14:53

Double D to D (#1)

How much are they paying then to grads? Anyone know?

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#3 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
23/08/2006 16:02

londonkiddo to Double D (#2)

Nooooooo! I beg of you, have mercy, take pity, and do not start up this topic again. Here's the definitive summary for avoidance of doubt. Let's put this one to bed:

BAS have stopped recruiting but are still hiring, with entry salaries which are clearly disclosed but kept secret, based on fantastic results against a set of growth targets that have not been met, and a Partnership composed exclusively of IBM and Accenture partners except for the ones from the Big Four, niche consultancies, industry and full service consulting firms.

Hope that clears it up.

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#4 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
23/08/2006 17:09

Smiler to londonkiddo (#3)

Ah yes - the wonderful world of BAS. Doesn't it sound like a fabulous place to work ??

Tell the recruits nothing - by the time they join, it'll be too late to realise this is a clone of BCS

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#5 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
28/08/2006 21:27

Interviewee to Smiler (#4)

Went through an interview for BAS recently and wasn't very impressed. They seemed totally disorganised, and the two guys I met evidently weren't concentrating on the interview.

Needless to say, I didn't get any further.

Sour grapes, some might say, but from my reading of this board, I think it was a lucky escape

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#6 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
13/09/2006 11:14

chutzpa to Interviewee (#5)

Wow

Lots of strange messages here

I've just joined EY BAS and its great. The Partners are a breath of fresh air. For the record, they are from Accenture, IBM, McKinsey, CapGemini, AT Kearney and other.

They actually treat you like human beings and not cannon fodder ! The culture is young, fresh, challenging and vibrant.

Clients treat me with more respect also. They know that I am here to help and not to sell some IT change project.

I left my old company (Big SI) due to lack of growth opportunity. I was rated Exceptional but got sick of average pay rises and the partner promotion disappearing into the distance. First year partners at my old firm were paid c. £140k and they weren't really proper partners anyway.

EY Annual Report has first year partners on £350k ! Thats worth working for !

EYs latest annual report is out soon so you can read the story yourself.

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#7 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
13/09/2006 11:20

londonkiddo to chutzpa (#6)

Hi chutz, glad to hear things are going well for you.

Would you mind sharing info regarding comp lower down the pay scale? e.g. what were you paid before and after the move, at what kind of level?

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#8 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
13/09/2006 12:55

anon to londonkiddo (#7)

how much do they pay grads?

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#9 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
13/09/2006 18:31

chutzpa to D (#1)

I just asked my boss about recruitment targets and the business has such demand at clients that BAS needs a lot more great consultants...........we dont take many grads as this is not a systems integrator and therefore experience counts alot to our clients.........

The recruitment team have a list of CVs from unhappy SIs as long as your arm....apparently some people are a bit upset that their career at their SI means harder work, less pay (2% pay rise as standard at some places - ouch!) and that failures on big gov projects are impacting them !

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#10 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
13/09/2006 19:24

smdw to Double D (#2)

The graduate salarys last year were £30k plus bens and EY are not paying less than that for this years intake - hope that answers the question on salary

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#11 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
14/09/2006 10:05

Spoken with EY BAS HRA to smdw (#10)

I was told it was 32K inclusive of benefits, although HR didn't break the package down.

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#12 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
14/09/2006 10:19

iwantastraightanswer to Spoken with EY BAS HRA (#11)

What exactly is the base? What is the joining bonus? Pls don't give us any spin (all inclusive package)

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#13 RE: EY BAS Recruitment
14/09/2006 15:37

sorry to iwantastraightanswer (#12)

They didnt give me the breakdown just said the package was 32k

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