OK, one request for help from me.
Can you shed some light on what EY's consulting business are like right now?
- busy or not?
- recruiting or not - & if so what skills are they short in?
- types of clients (no specifics, just a feel for whether they're mainly private / public, central / local goverment, FTSE-100 or SME, etc)
- morale & internal politics?
- & finally, are they a "happy ship" (good place to work) or not?
Just doing some research before possibly doing a spec application.
PS: please no drips about PA or anyone else!