EY has worked hard for many years to create an inclusive work environment where women can advance through their careers. Recognised by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for its efforts, EY has built a culture where individual differences of people are celebrated and where women are supported to achieve their potential.
“EY provides an incredible network where people are willing to support one another. There’s also true flexibility offered, and a gender blind approach to resourcing,” says Anna Hynek, who works as a Manager in IT Advisory Services at EY Australia.
Supporting flexibility in the workplace
By encouraging its team members to work together to determine how to meet the priorities of the business, EY believes that employees can help each other to lead fulfilling personal lives. Supporting flexibility helps EY meet the needs of their people, their teams and their clients.
To ensure women have equal opportunities as men do for promotion, EY has a number of programmes and initiatives in place. Find out more about these here.
EY has also been an IWD partner for a number of years, calling on others to accelerate their efforts, too, and make a commitment to gender parity.
An attractive employer
EY has been named the world's No.1 professional services employer for the second year in a row, and the fourth most attractive employer overall in Universum’s World’s Most Attractive Employers annual survey. Additionally, EY was also ranked for the first time in Universum’s top 50 list of global employers for engineering and IT students.
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