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Headquarters:London, (England)10,000+ Employees
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flex work benefit
Flexible working
We encourage our people to work with their leaders and teams to support and practice day-to-day flexibility so that people have the flexibility they need to succeed in their careers and in their personal lives.

We also support formal flexible work arrangements (FWAs) for individuals who have regular, ongoing needs for flexibility. A formal FWA could be one of, or a combination of, the following:

  • Reduced or variable hours
  • Compressed workweeks
  • Short-term seasonal schedules
  • Telework, including working at hour and other office locations
parental leave
Overview: Parental leave policies
Paid maternity
Yes, up to 16 weeks of paid parental leave for primary caregivers and two weeks for non-primary caregivers.
Unpaid maternity
No
Paid paternity
Yes, up to 16 weeks of paid parental leave for primary caregivers and two weeks for non-primary caregivers.
Unpaid paternity
No
Paid adoptive
Yes, up to 16 weeks of paid parental leave for primary caregivers and two weeks for non-primary caregivers.
Maternity-Related Benefits
Additional information
Family Medical Leave: This program allows individuals with at least one year of service to take unpaid family medical leave for up to 16 weeks (four more weeks than federally required). Time off under family medical leave also may include intermittent days off, which in some instances may be paid. Family medical leave applies to:

  • Care for your newborn, recently adopted child or foster-care child
  • Care for a serious health condition that makes you unable to perform your job
  • Care for a serious health condition of your child, spouse, eligible same-sex or opposite-sex domestic partner or parent (or other family members as required by certain state laws)
  • Care for a service member who is recovering from a serious illness or injury sustained in the line of duty who is a spouse or eligible same-sex or opposite-sex domestic partner, child, parent or nearest blood relative

EY Assist: EY Assist has been in place for more than 40 years to help our people and their family members with a range of personal topics:

  • Confidential consultation and referrals for family, legal, mental health, addictions, and stress management issues as well as life’s transitions (e.g., marriage, divorce, starting a family, etc.)
  • Child, adolescent and adult/elder long-term and backup care resources and referrals
  • Research and referrals for convenience services, including home and auto repair, pet care, products and services, dining, tickets, leisure travel, discounts and more
  • Services are available face-to-face, by phone and/or online, and include webinars, training sessions, management consultation and critical incident debrief sessions
Child care benefits
Yes, Pathways to Parenthood: This program offers family-friendly benefits for our working parents.

  • Partners and staff with one year of service are eligible for up to 16 weeks of paid parental leave for primary caregivers and two weeks for non-primary caregivers.
  • A combined $25,000 lifetime maximum benefit per family, to cover the cost of Advanced Reproductive Technology procedures (i.e., in vitro fertilization), adoption and surrogacy
  • Programs to support those transitioning to parenthood, such as: 
    • Lactation Program includes lactation consultation and hospital-grade pump, travel kits and accessories available at no cost to all eligible personnel and their dependents
    • Career and Family Transitions Coaching is a coaching program to help new parents adjust to returning to work
    • Parent support groups through Today’s Families Network, Parents Network for families of children with special health care needs and the Caregivers Circle
    • Expanded subsidized backup care, including up to 24 days in the first year of a child’s life and up to 12 days per year thereafter
Care-taking benefits
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Care-taking PTO
Yes, Personal/family care policy: US salaried employees get up to 10 days (up to 80 hours) of paid time off each calendar year for personal care or for when they are unable to work due to a need to care for family members.
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Vacation Allowance(Weeks)
3
Median/Consensus:  3
3
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    Paid Maternity Leave (weeks)
    12
    Median/Consensus:  16
    16
    • Ernst & Young LLP offers 16 fully paid weeks off for new moms. They also offer 16 weeks off for adoptive parents.
    • Minimum 16 weeks of fully paid maternity leave after one year of service.
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    Unpaid Maternity Leave (weeks)
    8
    Median/Consensus:  8
    8
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      Paid Paternity Leave (weeks)
      0
      Median/Consensus:  16
      16
      • Company offers 16 fully paid weeks off for new dads.
      • Minimum 16 weeks of fully paid paternity leave after one year of service.
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      Unpaid Paternity Leave (weeks)
      Median/Consensus:  ?
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        401k Matching
        Median/Consensus:  Available
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          Healthcare
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            On-Site Childcare
            Median/Consensus:  Not Available
            • Company backups childcare.
            • Offers backup childcare, used occasionally when regular childcare isn’t available.
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            Flex Time
            Median/Consensus:  Available
            • Company’s managers are trained to manage work/ life and flexibility concerns of employees.
            • At Ernst & Young LLP 95% of employees telecommute.
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            Other Benefits
            • Ernst & Young offers $25,000 lifetime IVF treatment maximum. They use standard pre-authorization and lifetime medication maximum is limited, but limitations vary. Their plan will cover any add-on treatment and will not exclude any clinic.
            • Company contributes to eldercare expenses.
            • Company employs 45 % of women and 45 % of new hires are also women. At Ernst & Young LLP 100 % of female employees participate in career counseling, 18% participate in management/ leadership trainings and 100 % participate in mentoring.
            • 41% of managers and executives are women.
            • 2 weeks leave for family caregiving.
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            What should you expect in this industry?
            Industrial: Consulting Services
            What benefits do employers in the Industrial: Consulting Services industry offer?
            BenefitsMedianAverage
            Vacation Allowance(Weeks)
            3
            6
            Paid Maternity Leave (weeks)
            12
            11
            Unpaid Maternity Leave (weeks)
            6
            10
            Paid Paternity Leave (weeks)
            6
            7
            Unpaid Paternity Leave (weeks)
            23
            27
            401k Matching
            Available
            Available
            Healthcare
            Available
            Available
            On-Site Childcare
            Not Available
            Not Available
            Flex Time
            Available
            Available
            Vacation Allowance(Weeks)
            Median:  3
            Average:  6
            Paid Maternity Leave (weeks)
            Median:  12
            Average:  11
            Unpaid Maternity Leave (weeks)
            Median:  6
            Average:  10
            Paid Paternity Leave (weeks)
            Median:  6
            Average:  7
            Unpaid Paternity Leave (weeks)
            Median:  23
            Average:  27
            401k Matching
            Median:  Available
            Average:  Available
            Healthcare
            Median:  Available
            Average:  Available
            On-Site Childcare
            Median:  Not Available
            Average:  Not Available
            Flex Time
            Median:  Available
            Average:  Available
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