EY Luxembourg has announced a record hiring of 340 new professionals who will join the firm by 4 October 2021.
With more than 40 different nationalities and coming from a multitude of cultural and educational backgrounds, the new joiners are a strong addition to the already diverse and multi-cultural EY environment which now counts 1,700 employees in total.
250 young graduates and experienced professionals were welcomed in person during an integration day which took place recently at Luxexpo The Box, in respect of the social distancing measures and in compliance with the CovidCheck protocol in place at the venue.
“We are honored to welcome the highly skilled and talented people who decided to join EY Luxembourg and reinforce our assurance, consulting, tax and transaction practices. This exceptional onboarding of talent following a pandemic is testament to our continued growth of activities and highlights our resilience when faced with unforeseen challenges", explained Olivier Coekelbergs, Country Managing Partner. "It also shows that the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is an alluring country for young professionals seeking a resourceful and innovative work environment with many growth opportunities. I wish good luck to each one of our new hires, and once again: welcome to EY!”
Annette Boehm, HR Director at EY Luxembourg, added: “As soon as new hires join EY, whatever their background or profession, it is our duty to make them feel welcomed and integrated. Although the COVID pandemic has strongly transformed the workplace experience, EY consistently wants to provide its people with a true sense of belonging. Therefore, we are grateful to be able to offer physical welcoming events again, where our leaders are present to transmit EY’s values of diversity, inclusiveness and client centricity to the next generation of professionals. The first impression that we give to our employees is what matters. Exceptional experiences make unforgettable stories, which is what we wish for our new joiners: to write their success story at EY”.