I'm really not sure if this is hilarious or cruel, probably a nice mix of both. I mean, it's NASBA after all. As we reported last week, NASBA decided to shut down access to scores completely until the target score release date of 11/4, which is tomorrow. Can you all handle waiting just one more […]
Our tip box has been abuzz with the EY Anthem (yes, it's a thing) over the last few days. Shaking our heads in disbelief, we tried to ignore it but the tips just kept coming in. Well, now we know where the viral anthem-sharing first started. Patient Zero is a newbie in Advisory who shot […]
The always über-hyped Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For is out and a handful of accounting firms make an appearance, thus, extending the number of years that firms will continue to boast about their inclusion. We’ll present each in the order they are ranked for your enjoyment/debate/debunking, starting with E&Y.
Ernst & Young #44 – Previously ranked #51. According to Fortune E&Y is great because, “E&Y is the only one of the Big Four to offer a traditional pension in addition to a 401(k). The firm is courting alumni via a new magazine, Connect.”
Other interesting stats per the snapshot:
• New Jobs (1 year): -1,111;
• % Job Growth (1 year): -4%;
• % Voluntary Turnover: 10%
• No. of Job Openings at 1/13/2010: 622
• Most common salaried job: Manager with average salary of $105,544
This is the first we’ve heard of Connect but we’re guessing Zitor makes a regular appearance. If no Zitor, we wouldn’t bother.
On a more biological note, it’s not clear is where E&Y would rank if Fortune had gotten word of someone hoarding the keys to the mens john in Jericho. We figure if they knew a sicko like that worked at E&Y it would knock them out of the top 50 at least.