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Diversity and Inclusiveness at EY
Diversity is about differences. At EY, we think broadly about differences, which include nationality, background, education, gender, ethnicity, generation, age, working and thinking styles, religious background, sexual orientation, abilities, experiences, and technical skills. There are also differences according to geography, service line, sector and function.
We believe that only the highest-performing teams that maximize the power of different perspectives and backgrounds will succeed in the fast-changing environment brought by globalization. These teams are both diverse and inclusive, able to invite and learn from
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InterviewFirst the CV screening then Verbal, Numerical and SJT - second round then Simulation AC final round - answering emails etc Spring week conversion to Summer Analyst Position in London FS Office - WAM
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