Ernst & Young - Staff

Staff

Ernst & Young was ranked No. 1 in the Forbes Magazine's The Best Accounting Firms to Work For in 2012, claiming that EY treats its employees better than other big firms.

The firm was ranked No. 1 in BusinessWeek's annual list of Best Places To Launch a Career for 2008.

The firm was ranked No. 44 in the Fortune list of 100 Best Companies to Work For, and the highest among the Big Four, for 2009.

Ernst & Young was ranked 4th in Universum's America's Ideal Employers list 2011 and 3rd in its Global Top Employers list.

The firm was No. 34 in ComputerWorld's 100 Best Places To Work For In IT for 2009.

The firm was also placed among the top 50 places in the Where Women Want to Work awards for 2007.

The firm was named as one of the 10 Best Companies for Working Mothers by Working Mothers magazine in 2006.

In April 2009, Reuters reported that Ernst & Young launched an initiative encouraging its staff in China to take 40 days of low-pay leave between July 2009 and June 2010. Those who participate get 20 percent of regular salary plus benefits of full-time employee. It applies to employees in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China where the firm employs 8,500 in total.

In early 2012, it was reported that Ernst & Young has 10,000 staff in mainland China and Hong Kong, which has quadrupled in a decade. It has about 11,200 staff in the UK.

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