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Redundancies at EY

 
#1 Redundancies at EY
15/01/2009 10:13

annon

I have been told that EY have started advising people in certain areas that they are at risk of redundancy

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#2 RE: Redundancies at EY
15/01/2009 11:10

none to annon (#1)

Sounds like non VR? so old steps i think:

1- advise at risk

2- present eval criteria

3- undertake eval

4- present results

5- adios

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#3 RE: Redundancies at EY
15/01/2009 12:00

A to none (#2)

Yes a few people I have spoken to were given very little notice (ie told on Friday and finish up early February) but am sure its been done correctly as they wouldn't been seen to be doing the wrong thing. Although one or two of them haven't been given a proper consultation, just an envelop with paperwork to read, not very supportive

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#4 RE: Redundancies at EY
15/01/2009 12:39

Finance boy to A (#3)

Which sectors are affected?

F&PM has been very quiet for the last six months, so this is a good chance to give some of the IBM inner circle the shove. They are all overpaid, and hugely arrogant. That’s fine if they could sell good quality work, but they have now proved that they can’t. Good riddance to them…

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#5 Oh dear !
15/01/2009 17:57

BAS Tion to Finance boy (#4)

Looks like our dearest partners have heard about this thread, and are not best pleased. I see that none of them are coming on to deny the rumours.

Oooh, that warm and caring IBM management style again: “You are a number. You should thank me for letting you sweat your socks off to make more and more money for me.”

Noyce

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#6 RE: Oh dear !
16/01/2009 13:04

EYer to BAS Tion (#5)

What world do you live in? Why would you expect partners to log onto an anonymous internet forum to defend against accusations made by a bunch of new grads looking for their first job? They have nothing better to do?

If there are redundancies being made, they will be subject to formal consultation periods -- and any disclosures would come from a press relations office after having been vetted for compliance with relevant law.

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#7 RE: Oh dear !
16/01/2009 19:32

E&Y to EYer (#6)

Your quite correct, all of us at AP and above are speaking to our contacts in other houses right now, we have no time for this sort of thing. Partners, AP, women and children first.

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#8 RE: Oh dear !
16/01/2009 20:04

x to E&Y (#7)

they dont have AP at EY you DH

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#9 RE: Oh dear !
16/01/2009 23:04

anon to x (#8)

The Ap's left?

Wow!

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#10 RE: Oh dear !
17/01/2009 10:57

Dirk Diggler to anon (#9)

I wonder if EY will move to a 4 day week, like KPMG.

That way they don't risk losing quality staff to competitors

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#11 RE: Oh dear !
18/01/2009 11:07

anon to Dirk Diggler (#10)

I wish they would. I, for one, would go for it

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