When you work at EY, you’ll be rewarded in all kinds of different ways:
You’ll work with diverse people who come from all over the world and have a huge range of different backgrounds. They’ll encourage you to see things from different perspectives and show you alternative ways to approach problems.
You’ll feel included. When you speak, you’ll be listened to. Of course, in return you’ll listen to and consider the opinions of others as well. It’s all part of examining the options as part of a team before deciding how to proceed.
You’ll receive plenty of support and tangible rewards. We’re here to make sure you get the right experiences, support and coaching to excel in your chosen career. And we’ll make sure you’re properly rewarded and recognised.
Learn more about Life at EY in the links below.
Life at EY
Arriving in Ireland: How do immigrants integrate over time?
Ramakrishnan Ramanathan was a senior manager with EY when he arrived in Dublin a decade ago. Today, he's an Associate Read More
The Path to Partnership: What is the impact of a more diverse leadership team?
Ciara McKenna started her career at EY as a graduate. Sixteen years later, she's one of the youngest Partners at Read More
How I’ve contributed to building a better working world
I am a Cyber Security Associate with EY Ireland based in Dublin and joined EY 9 months ago from a Read More
Harnessing the potential of disruptive forces in performance improvement
Joining Performance Improvement will mean for most, taking on clients who in some make, shape or form, are in need Read More
The best things about working for EY: Part 1
For many people, a major factor in why they stay in a company for a long period of time is Read More
Back to EY Dublin from EY New Zealand
I have recently returned to the EY Dublin Financial Services practice after three years working for EY in Auckland, New Read More
How my role has changed since I started working at EY
For me, this question is very easy, as I have had two distinct roles in EY. I joined EY in Read More
The benefits of a career change
Switching career paths can be daunting, but I've seen the advantages first hand. Before joining EY I spent four years Read More
Why I work in external audit
Over the past number of years I’ve worked in a variety of jobs. As a student I was a trainee Read More