Ernst & Young LLP (EY US)

48,232 2 New York, New York

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military culture

All recruiters receive annual training on military culture, rank structure, veteran
career motivators, interviewing leading practices, military skills translation and candidate sourcing strategies. All recruiters and talent professionals have also been encouraged to obtain an SHRM Foundation Veterans at Work Certificate (10 hours of course work); more than 50 employees have obtained the certification and more are in the process of completing the certification. Hiring managers and senior leaders across the US receive regular briefings on the “value of hiring military members and veterans” and are informed of our progress in the area of military/veteran and military spouse advocacy.

military spouse recruitment and hiring

We have held LinkedIn live town halls and calls to let everyone in the military spouse demographic know about our projects and our willingness to hire them. We have teamed with several organizations to post our jobs and accept candidate referrals for our open roles. Through our referral program, EY US employees who are military spouses have referred their friends to these open roles, many of whom have been hired via these referrals. Additionally, we were selected to join the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) this year and are taking active steps to complete the program requirements.

retention support

We offer a retention support program for all military connected employees regardless of the sub groups people may belong to,We offer retention support programming designed specifically for military spouse employees

orientation training and onboarding

  • New Employee Orientation
  • On-boarding program
  • Mentorship program

military connected assistance

We offer a variety of military/veteran retention support initiatives via the Veterans Network (VetNet). A few examples include the Veterans Mentorship Program, regularly held professional networking events, various volunteering opportunities with veterans service organizations (VSOs) and military/veteran employee spotlight stories.

In addition to various professional networking opportunities offered to military spouses via VetNet, the firm also has a formal transfer request process to aid employees who are forced to relocate with their military service member.

civilian credential support

We offer tuition assistance or other financial support toward the preparation, attainment, and/or maintaining of an academic or professional certificate, degree, or another civilian credential,We offer apprenticeships, internships, or other formalized, structured training program/s to assist with the attainment of a civilian credentialEY Badges help our people develop future-focused skills and give them open access to experiences that can shape their careers. EY Badges open up a world of possibilities for our people to attain new skills, such as data visualization, data science and artificial intelligence, that will help them stay relevant in today’s dynamic working world.
The Inclusion and Belonging Badge is specifically focused on developing skills for establishing an inclusive, open and safe environment where people are aligned around a shared purpose, feel free to be themselves and are valued for their differing identities, perspectives and talents.

In addition to EY Badges and various learning opportunities, we support our people in obtaining and maintaining credentials appropriate for their areas of experience and at the appropriate time in their careers.

Transitioning out of the military and looking for a job? The Military Times Job Board has listings from companies looking to hire vets.