Milwaukee — Feb. 26
CollegeGrad.com, an entry-level-job site, has released its poll results that name Ernst & Young as the first-choice employer by students, among the nation’s big four accounting firms.
Ernst & Young recognizes its success depends on recruiting the best and brightest college grads, said Dan Black, Ernst & Young director of campus recruiting. “We are constantly working to develop new and relevant ways to reach out to the college audience about working at Ernst & Young.”
“We are committed to building the leaders of tomorrow ,and today’s students will be the future leaders of our firm and our profession.”
College students and recent grads recognize these efforts. They also see some of Ernst & Young’s great benefits and unique company culture.
Ernst & Young prides itself in what its “People First” culture.
“Creating a flexible and inclusive workplace is part of our ‘People First’ commitment,” Black said. “The firm encourages people to reach both their professional and personal goals.”
To facilitate this balance, Ernst & Young offers benefits such as various technology resources for employee’s daily work life and a number of comprehensive resources for working parents.
Black said Ernst & Young is looking for college students and recent grads who bring strong academic credentials and work experience but also a blend of extracurricular involvement.
“At Ernst & Young, we’re evaluating how well someone will be able to handle multiple tasks and job responsibilities but, just as important, how well someone will be able to build relationships with our clients and their co-workers,” Black said.
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