Here’s Your Open Thread for EY Compensation Discussions (2013)

The time has finally come for employees of all Black and Yellow stripes to discuss their financial satisfaction (or lack thereof) for this year. 

There's seems to have been quite a bit of EY-centered discussions this summer, everything from prolific Twitter accounts to news of a lot fewer audit clients to their PCAOB inspection report that was one of the worst we've ever seen from a Big 4 firmOh! And there was a re-branding that brought on a lot of awkward results in Google Images.  

I imagine some people would like the opportunity to talk about affects them in their pants in a slightly different way than some of the strapping lads from EY! so this post shall serve as that opportunity. 

It's our understanding that discussions will continue through next week, so there's plenty of time for everyone to work themselves into an adequate lather should your discussion be a few days off. But for those of you that have had your chat already, we don't want to leave you hanging, especially if you've already considered taking drastic action.

Best of luck, sexEY boys (and girls). 

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