EY generally has Partners and Managers that cares for the staff and will encourage us to enjoy our work life and take interest in our career development. EY also nurtures and trains us to be independent, professional with highest regards for integrity in out performance and work.
Great starting ground for fresh grads as they spend the time and effort to teach you from scratch. You can learn many work skills and make great colleagues but career progression can plateau after some years.
Temporary Contract (Former Employee) – Singapore – February 2, 2019
The team is made up of intelligent, caring individuals so there is a collegiate atmosphere. As many of the new jobs given by clients have few precedents, you will need to have solid valuation fundamentals to be able to do well.
As an intern, you just do whatever jobs the seniors assign you. Sometimes they can be interesting, like sitting in on big important meetings with clients. But other times, your manager can ask you to do relatively mundane task.
Very good place to grow and expand your knowledge gain insights into many businesses.
- Typical day: Chasing deadline - Learning point: Managing peopl - Management: Depends on who is your direct superior - Culture: Work hard - Hardest part: Getting deliverables out - Enjoyable part: Peers
Tax Associate (Former Employee) – Raffles Place – October 9, 2018
Good training. Standard of work is excellent as multiple level of reviews are required before submission. Good colleagues. Expect the industry standard hours for taxation. Large portfolio with exposure to multiple industries