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Ernst & Young - BAS

 
#1 Ernst & Young - BAS
25/09/2008 10:17

A

Hi,

I wanted to check, benefits package offered by E&Y - Business Advisory Sevices at Senior Manager levels? For example, what kind of car allowances, what kind of bonus, any other benefits?

Secondly, what is salary range at SM level. Do these salary range includes the benefits above (for example, car allowance, bonus etc). Or are these excluding these benefits.

Thanks so much for for help!

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#2 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
25/09/2008 22:33

b to A (#1)

I need the same info pls.

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#3 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
26/09/2008 10:50

z to b (#2)

This was done on a thread all of two weeks ago. Scroll down a bit.

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#4 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
26/09/2008 11:01

anon to z (#3)

look at thread 47589

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#5 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
26/09/2008 20:12

a to anon (#4)

Thanks guys,

but that thread doesnot provide any information on benefits (car allownce, bonus etc.) and whether these are included in the salary range indicated there.

any one with more information pls.?

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#6 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
27/09/2008 10:54

Tiddlwe to a (#5)

Unless you are ex-IBM, EY BAS is a dead end for your career

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#7 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
27/09/2008 19:25

a to Tiddlwe (#6)

Hi twidlee,

would really appreciate if you pls. clarify what you mean by (unless you are ex IBM it is dead end)...

is thiis for certain practices in BAS or all of them?

Pls. help

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#8 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
30/09/2008 04:24

insider to a (#7)

the comment about ex IBM is true for some parts of BAS (i.e. those run by ex IBMers!) but not all - there are large parts which are not run by ex IBMers - having said that, there is a very definite working style in BAS and if you don't fit with that working style, you don't fit..

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#9 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
30/09/2008 05:29

Possible applicant to insider (#8)

Hi there,

Would you be able to expand on what you mean by definitive working style, as I was thinking about applying. I've worked in other consultancies and I've always found there to be a distinctive working style in the more "pure" consulting side of the business than the techie side which tends to be more easy going.

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#10 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
30/09/2008 15:16

BAS boy to Possible applicant (#9)

Well certainly within F&PM, the place is run by ex-IBMers, and they seemed to be the only ones promoted in the last promotion round.

Our senior partner is so keen to hire ex-IBM staff, that he even brought in a director from IBM, who was still on gardening leave, to run the recruitment drive this Summer.

The problem is that all these IBM’ers have brought their horrid cold political ways with them.

If I wanted to work for a tech house, I would have joined EDS or Accenture.

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#11 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
01/10/2008 13:37

z to BAS boy (#10)

BAS Boy

Never let the facts get in the way of a good whinge eh?

Current F&PM London Partner team = 1 ex-IBM, 1 ex-Cap, 1 Legacy EY

Last promotion round (Jan) = 2 Industry hires to Manager, 1 Legacy EY to Senior Manager

Been here >2yrs and done no tech work

As for EDS and ACN - you know where the door is

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#12 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
01/10/2008 20:29

anon to z (#11)

What different bands are there in EY BAS and how do EY bands compare to ACN, Deloitte and CG?

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#13 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
01/10/2008 21:48

a to anon (#12)

since you (ANON) are a big fan of glassdoor.com becuase you blindly write look up glassdoor.com for any question. so i would advise you to look up that site for your questions. if u find answers pls. post here. most likely you donot find answers.

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#14 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
02/10/2008 14:12

anon to a (#13)

Chill out 'a'. There is not only one(Anon). I posted the last query about EY bands because I wanted to get that info. Although, I agree with you that having looked at Glassdoor it was not worth it

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#15 RE: Ernst & Young - BAS
20/11/2008 15:59

Annon to anon (#14)

To actually answer your question regarding benefits and salaries, see below

Snr Manager car allowance £5.5k

Pension is based on salary sacrifice and the firm will match contributions up to max 6%

Private Health (dependents not included)

Salaries can range from £80k - £150k

depending on who you are and where you have come from

EY does not have a bonus scheme

Regarding culture, it is very different from the rest of EY and well known internally that if you don't fit the mould, you won't fit in to BAS

Hope this helps

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