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2 days ago

Java Developer – new

Harvey Nash Plc Leeds, England

This is an urgent contract requirement and the company will be looking at interviewing early next week to secure the right… Jobsite.co.uk


9 days ago

Senior Business Analyst

Harvey Nash Plc Leeds, England

We are looking for experienced Senior Business Analysts to join our Change Delivery Team, which will be at the heart of the delivery of all the… Jobsite.co.uk


3 days ago

Contract Developer – new

Harvey Nash Leeds, England

This is a 6 month contract with an immediate start. Please send your CV ASAP if… Jobsite.co.uk


4 days ago

Software Development Manager

Harvey Nash Plc Leeds, England

Harvey Nash are working alongside a global client who are seeking a Software Development Manager to join an existing development team to work on… Jobsite.co.uk


5 days ago

Business Analyst - CRM

Harvey Nash Plc Leeds, England

You will have significant experience in a Business Analyst role and good experience developing CRM's. Communication with external suppliers is a… Jobsite.co.uk


5 days ago

Project Delivery Manager

Harvey Nash Plc Leeds, England

Excellent communication skills. Articulate, nice level of confidence… Jobsite.co.uk


8 days ago

CRM Developer

Harvey Nash Plc West Yorkshire +4 locations

You will have significant experience in a developer role and good experience developing CRM's. Communication with external suppliers is a key… Jobsite.co.uk


4 days ago

Business Systems Architect

Harvey Nash Plc Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber, England

Following the initial sales engagement, the Business Systems Architect will work closely with the customer, often at their premises, to define the… Jobsite.co.uk


4 days ago

Programme Manager NHS

Harvey Nash plc Leeds, England

Programme Managers, PermanentS. West, Midland, N. East or S. East 45 - 55k Full NHS benefits These are roles based in any of the four sites above, to… Adzuna


8 days ago

Business Analyst and Transition Coordinator

Harvey Nash plc Leeds, England

Are you an experienced Business Analyst and Transition Coordinator with strong business acumen, technical ability and an ambitious attitude? The… Adzuna


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Harvey Nash Group CEO Albert Ellis
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    Groomed for success or left to rot?

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Recruitment Consultant in Leeds, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Recruitment Consultant in Leeds, England (UK)

    I have been working at Harvey Nash Group full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Brand name looks good on CV.

    Charasmatic CEO and European MD.

    Recognisable brand name, especially in leadership.

    Cons

    - No training whatsoever.
    - Clear favourtism of staff members by directors and senior staff - Junior staff are either groomed for success if their face fits, or left to rot then turfed out at the earliest possible opportunity.
    - Systems crash leaving staff unable to work at least one day a week.
    - No Direction from senior staff.
    - (some) Regional managers sit and watch youtube instead of billing and contributing to the office.
    - People who handed in resignations were refered to as 'judas'.
    - No verticles at all - everybody scraping around for roles and candidates.
    - Database is a MINIMUM 5 years out of date.
    - High staff turnover.
    - Very low staff worth.
    - Director's is a 'friend's club' - people are promoted on the basis of how much the management team like them and time served rather than ability.
    - Very slow salaries.
    - Resourcers and junior consultants are exploited by senior staff as a way to get the senior staff more commission whilst rewarding the resourcers or junior consultants with next-to-nothing.
    - Regional Directors unable to answer any questions or make any decisions without consulting their boss.
    - Commission not paid when staff leave the company.
    - No Market Intelligence is collected.
    - Very poor work / life balance.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Companies are not run as boys clubs. Directors should be there based on ability, not who they know.

    There's a difference between 'on the job training' and 'we actually have no training to offer'.

    Albert Ellis - you need to get an idea of what is actually happening in your business instead of relying on what you're told.

    Start treating your staff as though they are worth something, not with the attitude of 'get them in for 6 months, give no training and if it doesn't work out then there's 10 other candidates waiting to take their place'.

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