The culture of this company was very shady, however with this being said I was able to learn emergency repair technique on various systems mainly because service was refused from various trades. The experience was invaluable in my opinion and I do not regret working here.
I enjoyed my time at EY. In my opinion the firm is reputable and trustworthy with supportive Management. The entire team genuinely cares about the clients, staff and firm as a whole.The environment is very fast-paced-you wear many hats while assisting several s. managers/partners simultaneously which can become overwhelming at times.
Depending upon the service line, culture may vary. RMS is more relaxing but they pay way less compared to other service line. They should consider RMS people as humans too with needs and try to increase their base salaries.
Poor management of the administrative support team and facilities team. A lot of employee turnover in the administrative assistant department. Says a lot on the type of management. As for the rest of the positions at EY, I would recommend it.
A/V Specialist (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON - 1 December 2019
It was a horrible place to work. No work life balance even though they preach it. No people first culture even though they preach it. They don't care about their people. All they care about is the bottom line $$$
"Work/life balance is heavily promoted on my team"
"Good work environment for interns"
"Great people--not super cut-throat"
"Great place to develop technical skills"
"Flexible working options are available"