Dating by profession
The article is structured with bold headings and key takeaway bullet points for those only interested in a quick scan.Feel free to bounce around if you already have a solid understanding of certain sections.My practice then rolls up into the “Risk Advisory Services” service line.Let’s forget what these groupings actually do for the time-being. Because they have to so in order to remain current with the rigorous demands of an ever-changing market landscape.Ernst & Young, like any of the Big Four or large professional services firm, is composed of a series of “practices” or unique groups of resources, ranging from a handful of people to several hundred, which tout similar subject matter experience.
Assurance is a very mature service offering with very well structured methodologies and reoccurring annual audit business; it holds the top spot in terms of the most annual revenue generated for the firm.
It is for that main reason that such a fluid organizational structure must be in place.
It may not look pretty on an organizational chart (that is if you could even find one) but I assure you there is critical logic behind this labyrinth of practices.
After some time contemplating the potential challenges that such a job would offer, I decided to pursue a chance opportunity to join the ranks of Ernst & Young LLP. Looking back, I feel as though the six years of professional experience I had accumulated prior to joining E&Y, although invaluable on many levels, simply did not hold a candle to the client exposure, professional networks and shear rapid-fire experiences afforded to me in my present capacity.
When I received answers to my inquiries from people in the profession, many of whom continue to this day to be my friends, I was intrigued.