An inclusive and welcoming culture has always been at the heart of EY. EY co-founder, Arthur Young, was deaf and had low vision. His disabilities drove him to become an entrepreneur who helped shape the accounting profession and ultimately develop the EY organisation. And so, at EY today, Diversity and Inclusiveness are not ‘nice to haves’, they are business imperatives. Inclusive organisations maximise the power of all differences and realise the full potential of all their employees. This minimises blind spots and encourages truly innovative thinking.
A sense of belonging is key to helping people be their best and enabling them to enjoy what they do. That’s why we make sure everyone at EY feels recognised, valued and part of our family. To foster this sense of belonging, we have a number of supports in place:
Learn more about diversity, inclusion and belonging at EY Ireland Financial Services from Melissa Bosch, our Diversity & Inclusion Lead.