In EY Poland there is a lot of initiatives supporting women. But from my perspective they are run only because they are politically proper. I don't think they change the women situation here in EY Poland (lots of women at the junior level, the higher rank the lower diversity rate - just a fev female partners).
In the practice area that I work in, there are very few women in advanced roles, which makes it difficult for more junior women to network. Without good role models, I have noticed a lot of women leaving recently.
Also, in any consulting role, the hours and expectations are high. Although flexibility is promoted, it is often at the expense of having to log in late at night to finish work or on the weekends.
Job Satisfaction Level
Depends on what you want in life. Consulting hours are very difficult and if having a family and being present often is important than I would probably not recommend. However, if those are not priorities, than yes I would recommend as I think the opportunity for women are numerous.
There are huge expectations for production (both for male & female employees), however, it could be more difficult for working parents. The firm does offer flexibility (not just working parents but for all employees) but it can be difficult to feel comfortable taking this time. A lot depends on your supervisor and the team/project that you are working on.