Universum Top 100 IDEAL™ Employer (2013)
College students ranked Ernst & Young LLP No. 1 in accounting for the sixth consecutive year and No. 4 in business on the U.S. Undergraduate Universum IDEAL™ Employer Survey, leading the Big Four professional services firms in the U.S. in both of these categories. More than 65,000 students at nearly 315 leading universities participated in the 2013 Universum IDEAL™ Employer Survey responding to questions about their career expectations and how they perceive companies as employers.
DiversityInc magazine’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity (2013)
For the tenth time, Ernst & Young was named one of DiversityInc magazine’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity for our demonstrated use of measurable diversity, best practices and results. Ranked in the top 10 for the fifth consecutive year, we demonstrated strength in the four areas measured - CEO commitment, human capital, corporate and organizational communications, and supplier diversity. In addition, we’re in the top 10 of several DiversityInc magazine specialty lists:
- No. 1 in The DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for People With Disabilities
- No. 3 in The DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for LGBT Employees
- No. 4 in The DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for Global Diversity
- No. 8 in The DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for Executive Women
- No. 9 in The DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for Recruitment & Retention.
2013 ERE Recruiting Excellence Awards
For the sixth year in a row, Ernst & Young received top honors as Best College Recruiting Program, in addition to Best Employee Referral Program and Best Employer Brand for 2013. The awards recognize companies that excel at developing and implementing recruiting, branding and retention programs. The sponsor, ERE Media, provides online information and networking opportunities for recruiters and HR professionals.
FORTUNE magazine’s "100 Best Companies to Work For®" (2013)
For the 15th consecutive year, Ernst & Young was among FORTUNE magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For®, ranking No. 57 overall on the prestigious list. The distinction reflects our ongoing commitment to creating a culture that helps our people reach their full potential and to fostering a flexible and inclusive work environment that supports people personally and professionally.
Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award (2012)
For the 14th year, Ernst & Young is a Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise Award winner, recognized for creating a knowledge-driven culture.
Great Place to Work® Top 25 World's Best Multinational Workplaces (2012)
Great Place to Work® Institute recognized Ernst & Young LLP as one of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces. The ranking is the world’s largest annual study of workplace excellence and culture.
Working Mother magazine’s 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers (2012)
Ernst & Young LLP ranked in the top 10 on Working Mother magazine’s annual 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers list, marking the firm's seventh year in a row in the top 10 and its 16th appearance on the list. This list recognizes employers whose workplace initiatives—including benefits programs, network groups and employee resources—are leading the US movement to build and maintain supportive work environments for working parents.
Hispanic Business magazine's Best Companies for Diversity (2012)
Hispanic Business named Ernst & Young one of its Best Companies for Diversity. This list ranks the effectiveness of US companies in their willingness and ability to attract Hispanics to the boardroom, on diversity recruitment, on diversity retention and promotion, on marketing and commercial outreach, and on supplier diversity.
Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation's Corporate Equality Index (2012)
For the eighth year in a row, Ernst & Young earned a 100% rating in the HRC Foundation's Corporate Equality Index. We were the first of the Big Four firms to do so. Ernst & Young places among HRC's Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality. Our 100% score reflects Ernst & Young's active support of an inclusive workplace for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Association of Management Consulting Firms Awards (2012)
Ernst & Young LLP receives three 2012 Association of Management Consulting Firms Awards. It’s our honor to be recognized for helping clients innovate to improve their business performance.
Consulting magazine’s “Best Firms to Work For” for 2011
Ernst & Young was named one of Consulting magazine’s “Best Firms to Work For." The results are based on a survey of more than 13,000 respondents representing approximately 350 organizations.
CAREERS & the disABLED magazine’s Top 50 Employers For People With Disabilities (2010)
Ernst & Young ranked No. 9 in preference among companies nominated by this publication’s readers — the only one of the Big Four to make the list.
Black Collegian magazine’s Top 100 Diversity Employers (2010)
Our commitment to an inclusive workplace helped Ernst & Young secure a spot on Black Collegian magazine’s Top 100 Diversity Employers. The publication has recognized Ernst & Young for more than eight years.
Equal Opportunity magazine’s Top 50 Employers (2010)
Equal Opportunity magazine named Ernst & Young one of their Top 50 Employers for providing a positive working environment for members of minority groups. We ranked No. 17 on the list.
Out & Equal Workplace Excellence Award finalist (2010)
Out & Equal Workplace Advocates honored Ernst & Young as a 2010 award finalist for Significant Achievement in recognition of our strides to advance a fair and equitable workplace for our lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their allies.
Training magazine Hall of Fame (inducted in 2008)
Ernst & Young was inducted into the inaugural class of Training magazine’s Hall of Fame in 2008. Along with five other global organizations, we qualified for this honor by ranking within the Top 10 of Training magazine’s Top 125 companies for five consecutive years. We are proud to be recognized for our long-term commitment to helping our people grow and succeed at every stage of their careers.
The Dave Thomas Foundation, Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces (2010)
For the fourth year in a row, the Dave Thomas Foundation named Ernst & Young one of 100 employers that offer the best adoption benefits in the nation. Rankings were based on the amount of financial reimbursement and paid leave for employees who adopt. We ranked No. 56 in the nation and No. 3 in our industry.
Working Mother magazine’s Best Companies for Multicultural Women (2009)
Ernst & Young is among the 20 companies noted as outstanding workplaces for multicultural women in Working Mother magazine’s seventh annual diversity study.
Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award (2009)
For the 12th consecutive year, Ernst & Young was a Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award winner, one of 20 organizations recognized. Ernst & Young is also a member of the MAKE Hall of Fame, one of 22 global organizations that have won the award since 1998.
America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business (2009)
Ernst & Young was included in the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council’s listing of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises for 2009.
InformationWeek 500 (2009)
For the eighth year in a row, InformationWeek magazine named Ernst & Young one of the nation’s most innovative and efficient users of information technology. InformationWeek magazine bases its list on a company’s business technology strategies, investments, innovation and administrative practices.
Computerworld magazine’s 2009 Best Places to Work in IT (2009)
Ernst & Young made the esteemed 100 Best, coming in at No. 34. Computerworld magazine bases its list on independent surveys of employees at US organizations that have more than $250 million in revenues and at least 100 US IT employees along with an extensive application.
U.S. Department of Labor New Freedom Initiative Award (2008)
Ernst & Young was one of a handful of organizations to receive this prestigious award for our “exemplary and innovative efforts in furthering the employment and workplace environment for people with disabilities.”
National Minority Business Council, Inc.’s Outstanding Corporate Supplier Diversity Award (2007)
The award recognizes Ernst & Young’s outstanding procurement record of goods and services with minority- and women-owned businesses. Our commitment to establishing and maintaining best procurement practices led us to develop a purchasing database system that incorporates key supplier diversity information.
Disabilities Matters Award (2007)
Ernst & Young was one of only six companies to receive the first Disabilities Matters Award presented by Springboard Consulting and Work Life Matters magazine. The honor recognizes our pioneering dedication to creating an enabling environment for people with disabilities by providing innovative practices and programs addressing the needs of employees with disabilities and employees with children with special needs.