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As the pandemic upended the way we work, the professional services firm quickly updated policies and ushered in new programs to support its workforce. That includes more freedom for EY’s employees to take vacation—days off are no longer accrued—in addition to 20 paid holidays and two weeklong, firm-wide breaks in the winter and summer. Other changes: EY doubled the backup-care benefit for caregivers (24 days, up from 12), and now offers its employees and their household family members up to 25 no-cost counseling and mental health coaching sessions per year. Those kinds of benefits, along with the firm’s robust career development opportunities, lead almost 90% of EY’s employees to say they feel supported at work, both in their well-being and professional advancement. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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