Of the thousands of people who have joined EY, many have built their careers within the firm while others have moved on to other organisations.
Those who leave may not necessarily be “closing the door” to working with us ever again. That’s why we’ve asked some of our "boomerangs" or returnees to EY to tell you their stories – why they left, why they came back and what advice they have for those starting in the industry.
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Lauren Grubb is a Learning & Development Coordinator in Melbourne. She originally joined EY in 2005 as an Executive Assistant in Assurance and later moved to Learning & Development in Advisory. Lauren left in 2010 to gain work and life experience overseas and returned to Learning & Development in 2012. Read interview.
Mike Dart is a Director in EY’s Transaction Advisory practice, based in Brisbane. He joined EY in 2003 in the Corporate Finance team. Five years later, he left to set up a small private investment company. Following this, Mike was the CEO of a civil construction and contracting business. Mike returned to EY in July 2012. Read interview.
Andrew Lim is a Manager in EY’s Advisory practice, based in Perth. He joined EY as a Tax graduate in July 2000. Nine years later, he left to join BHP Billiton Iron Ore as a Principal Taxation Analyst. Andrew returned to EY in February 2012. Read interview.
Cassie Mowbray is a Manager in EY’s Advisory practice, based in Canberra. She joined EY as a vacationer in January 2006 and then as a graduate in February 2007, working in Risk. Five years later, she left to gain Federal Government experience, working as Assistant Director, Audit and Fraud at the Department of Health and Ageing. Cassie returned to the firm in November 2011. Read interview.