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Ernst & Young

 
#1 Ernst & Young
25/03/2011 22:29

BIG4

Does anyone know what the salary bands are for a manager at E&Y?

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#2 RE: Ernst & Young
27/03/2011 16:57

Kevin Roddy to BIG4 (#1)

Roughly 60k to 85k but there are people on more and less.

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#3 RE: Ernst & Young
27/03/2011 19:51

Short Hair, Shiny Shoes to BIG4 (#1)

As Kevin has said, that's the rough banding

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#4 RE: Ernst & Young
28/03/2011 19:32

anon to Short Hair, Shiny Shoes (#3)

EY are the very bottom of the Big4 in terms of employers.

As evidence, have a look at the other Big4 accountancy firms' websites to see how they crow about their performance on the Best place to Work league tables

EY never makes it on to these rankings, and there is a reason. It really is cr@p. Just have a look at the calibre of people who work there.

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#5 RE: Ernst & Young
29/03/2011 09:55

Anon to BIG4 (#1)

Ops - just realised I made a bit of a fool of myself here by not checking my facts..

EY hasnt entered Times' Best Place to work since 2008, as it is an EMEA firm, not UK. Sorry if I misled anyone!

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#6 RE: Ernst & Young
06/04/2011 08:40

seymoregash to Anon (#5)

Just as well you called yourself anon, moron may have been more applicable

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#7 RE: Ernst & Young
12/04/2011 14:34

Ex-EYer to seymoregash (#6)

EY on the advisory side may not be up to par with Deloitte (or even close for that matter), but it is still heads and shoulders above KPMG and onpar quality-wise and better pay-wise than PwC, albeit with a less robust client list.

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#8 RE: Ernst & Young
13/04/2011 13:37

Keith Chegwin to Ex-EYer (#7)

Think I'd tend to agree with ex-EYer and put EY behind Deloitte on reputation, but then its a newer business. PwC have a better client list now, but there is a lot of frustration amongst the partners about the constraints of their Audit base and KPMG are nowhere to be seen.

EY have done pretty well recently and have grown a lot over the last year, but I gather remained competitively profitable despite the growth investment.

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#9 RE: Ernst & Young
13/04/2011 22:18

John Taylor to deleted (#0)

anon - deal with it, and grow up

E+Y are deffo better than kpmg, didnt they just win in a couple of categories at the MCA awards?

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#10 RE: Ernst & Young
13/04/2011 22:36

Jim Dingdong to John Taylor (#9)

Other "top tier" consultancies like Arup and Boxwood outshone EY to get the big prizes. Says it all about EY's calibre really, if they can't beat off such stiff competition

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