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E&Y Consulting Payscales

 
#1 E&Y Consulting Payscales
04/11/2009 17:19

Anon

Does any one have any up to date data on the pay ranges for:

Graduate

Consultant (Manager)

Senior Consultant (Senior Manager) &

Director

at E&Y specifically?

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#2 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
04/11/2009 17:32

K to Anon (#1)

Hi,

Those grades aren't correct. I've included the correct ones and broad pay ranges below:

Consultant (Grad): £32 - 45

Senior Con: £45-65

Manager: £65 - 85

Senior Manager: £85 - 120

Director: £120 - 200,000+

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#3 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
04/11/2009 17:40

F&PM to K (#2)

They seem a bit high to me. I’d knock off 10% off most of those numbers. We certainly don’t get paid that much in F&PM

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#4 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
04/11/2009 19:08

J to F&PM (#3)

Not far off..For UKI PI Consulting they are as follows:

Manager starts at £55k up to about £71k

SM starts at about £75k up to £120k

Director typically starts on £130k

An Executive Director grade is being introduced, effectively a non equity Partner, for specialists. No real cap on salary but by negotation depending on experience.

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#5 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
04/11/2009 20:03

turbo to J (#4)

Do these figures include benefits - pension, car allowance, health care etc?

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#6 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
04/11/2009 22:30

E to turbo (#5)

Yes, all-in package values

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#7 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
05/11/2009 00:23

Fernando to E (#6)

Don't know about any others at my grade, but I am an SM in F&PM and get paid just under £80k, incl allowances. Propect of pay rise next year is nil. I doubt any SM is getting paid above £100k.

Take into account that EY don't pay a penny in bonus, and you can see why staff are so demoralised.

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#8 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
05/11/2009 11:40

K to Fernando (#7)

Reality at EY is that the bands are very loose. I know managers on c£85 who just negotiated very well.

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#9 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
05/11/2009 18:35

Anon to K (#8)

Thanks everyone, this has helped allot.

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#10 RE: E&Y Consulting Payscales
05/11/2009 19:32

Frederick the Great to Anon (#9)

Most parts of the Advisory business are not very happy, and F&PM in particular is one area that really suffered morale problems.

We had (and still have – to a lesser extent) too many failed IBM managers come in and try to run the business as an old boys club.

Sadly, they couldn’t sell a bean of business, other than a couple of public sector jobs that ended in complete farce.

Many of these guys have gone, but some still remain.

I wouldn’t join EY in the current market. It might be a better place in a year or twos time.

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