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3 days ago

Test Manager – new

Harvey Nash plc Edinburgh, Scotland

Harvey Nash's Edinburgh based client is looking for a Test Manager with Retail Banking experience to join the existing team for an initial 3 months… Adzuna

4 days ago

Service Desk Manager

Harvey Nash plc Edinburgh, Scotland

This job was originally posted as… Adzuna

4 days ago

Application Support Analyst

Harvey Nash plc Fife

Harvey Nash's client, a market leading technology house, is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and ambitious Applications Support Analyst for their… Adzuna

4 days ago

Front End Developer - Edinburgh contract

Harvey Nash plc Midlothian

Front End/ Client Side Developer(s) - 6 month contract - Edinburgh Harvey Nash's client is recruiting for a number of talented Client Side/ Front End… Adzuna

4 days ago

Head of PMO

Harvey Nash plc Midlothian

include: All areas of Portfolio management including resource and capacity planning Maintaining a core focus on continuous improvement Stakeholder… Adzuna

4 days ago

Deployment/Development Operations Engineer

Harvey Nash Plc Edinburgh, Scotland

This contract is for an initial 6 month period of time, with interview slots available at short notice and a start date to follow soon after. As an… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Recruitment Manager

Harvey Nash Stirling, Scotland

brand in the most engaging way and attract the best candidates for roles. The role will focus on *Team / performance management for Recruitment… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Exchange/Lync/Unified Messaging engineer

Harvey Nash Stirling, Scotland

Working within the Messaging Team you will be responsible for all aspects of the organisation's Messaging Infrastructure - including administration… Glassdoor

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    Bullyish, Horrible Workplace even for Recruitment

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Harvey Nash Group full-time (less than an year)


    Nice office (yet horrible work environment) and good database/network. No other redeeming features to mention unfortunately and I had very realistic expectations of recruitment and the role but nobody should have to work in this kind of environment when so much is spent on the infrastructure but nothing done about the aggressive culture.


    -Sexist, an office full of 'lads' (including managers) with some incredibly crude and crass comments expected to be taken as banter such as the comment 'well she was only hired because xxxx manager wanted to sh*g her, you've just got to ask yourself who wanted to sh*g you'
    -You'd be shocked how different managers are in reality compared to the interview stage, it's worth remembering they interview people every day and their friendly demeanor tends to end once someone's placed-including you!
    -I had to leave because the senior manager's bully-boy atitude and daily shouting sessions just made work unbearable
    -Phones monitored constantly (call-times sent around every morning to the point where half the office have to spend their lunch breaks calling their own mobiles to meet the unrealistic targets) and lots of cold-calling
    -Managers often use the 'snug' in the office to take members of staff and scream at them for (often minor) mistakes meaning the rest of the office can hear
    -Bully tactics employed and promoted
    -High staff-turnover and very very low staff worth
    -Managers take the majority of your commission and you get very little for at least a full year (probation period is also 6 months within which time the standard commission structure doesn't apply to you)
    -I saw someone who placed a contractor threatened with not receiving his hard earned commission (and thus it going to his manager...) for having low call times-surely the result is sometimes more important than the method?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Show your staff some respect and work to get rid of the disgusting sexist language that is bandied around. Training for line managers should be standard to give them advise to encourage staff not just scream when targets aren't met. Also, set realistic targets if you expect them to be met as opposed to forcing half the office to cheat.

    Albert, you need to get on the ground more and see if your idealistic culture promoted at the kick-off is being conveyed or the next generation of consultants will not be one to be proud of.

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