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The EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards previously Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards is an award sponsored by Ernst & Young in recognition of entrepreneurship. Founded in 1986, in Milwaukee, as a single award, as of 2016, twenty-five programs were run in all 50 states of the United States, and more than 60 countries.

Yet another scandal involving Ernst & Young as reported on bloombergtax.com by Michael Kapoor, "Ernst and Young LLP’s reputation as an auditor is straining beneath the weight of four high-profile scandals that threaten to generate big legal bills and dent the firm’s international standing. The latest involves EY’s auditing of Wirecard AG, the German payment processing company that revealed a hole of 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) in its finances. Markus Braun, Wirecard’s former chief executive officer, was arrested Monday in Munich, where prosecutors said he was suspected of inflating the company’s balance sheet and sales with fake transactions. The accounting firm is also under investigation by the U.K. accounting watchdog over its auditing of two collapsed companies, Thomas Cook Plc and NMC Health Plc."

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Manager- Student Painters (Former Employee) says

"Do not work for this company. Trust me, you can make way more money doing this business on your own, like 2-5x more. All the company does for you is give you liability insurance, fliers, a small discount on paint, and they help you with start up costs which you have to pay back via any profits you make. They made all of my bids way too high, I don't care what they tell you. They make you tack on an additional 30-40% just for "company reimbursement" which is a total scam. In some very few select areas, this kind of program and work. People have made some good money doing this, but typically, its not very viable. You can make way more money on your own."

Branch Manager Internship (Former Employee) says

"The management was not sufficient. There were some senior managers that were fun to be around and had great character but my executive and I did not see eye-to-eye. Cons: inconsistent hours"

Branch Manager (Former Employee) says

"As someone else mentioned, this job basically feels like a door to door sales job where you are told to sell yourself as a broke college student more so than the painting service it self. Requires a lot of time commitment and wants you to recruit your friends and family to help you go door to door and paint houses all day. It feels very exploitative overall."

Branch Manager (Former Employee) says

"Nagging management, basically a door to door sales job for a painting service. Great training, but not thorough enough. Management has no leeway with branch managers."

Branch Manager (Former Employee) says

"They have a great idea to give college students entrepreneurial opportunities and do teach a lot within a short span of time. It's extraordinarily unethical company that prays on the ignorant and plots to take advantage of everyone, including the people working under them which is why I quit earlier than expected. They aim to manipulate and control people who don't know any better and only give the benefits/compensations they're supposed to give when challenged to do so. Though it's a great idea, it's very shady in it's delivery and encourages a crazy amount of work for little compensation to college students who have little money. It even encourages(almost forces) us to work a crazy amount of hours each weekend while we're in school as well even though many of our grades suffered. Cons: No benefits, little compensations, Unethical and corrupt"

Branch Manager (Former Employee) says

"If you are looking to be an entrepreneur of any kind, this program is perfect for you. It is a long, hard process of interviews to land the job, and it is a large workload, but it helps your work ethic extremely, gives you experience in the managerial field, marketing field, as well as the administration field. If you aren't organized, I guarantee this will make you the most organized individual, or you will not succeed at this job. Cons: High stress, little free time"

Branch Manager (Former Employee) says

"Learned customer service, responsibility, management, and cost accounting."

Branch Manager (Former Employee) says

"This company is great to boost your resume if you are young in college. You can move up easily if you perform well."

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