Big Four firm Ernst & Young has been recognised as one of the top three
training organisations in the world by Training Magazine.
This is the fifth year in a row that the firm has made it on the
Training Top100, ranking 3rd out of 500 entrants.
‘We are delighted to be recognized by Training Magazine as one of
the top ten companies on the Training 100 list for a fifth straight year,’ said
Mike Hamilton, Ernst & Young’s Americas chief learning and development
Ernst & Young administers its global learning program to 107,000 people
in 140 countries through provider Intellinex, and has nearly 5,000 courses.
In addition to its number three ranking, Ernst & Young LLP was
acknowledged for its EY University/Tax, Next Generation “TAS”, Career Counseling
and Orientation programs.
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