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17 hrs ago

Trainee Business Developer – new

Harvey Nash London, England

NashTech is an expert in IT Outsourcing. We offer a range of flexible solutions configured to help our clients: - Achieve technology goals - Enhance… Reed.co.uk


2 days ago

Conduct Risk Framework Manager Compliance – new

Harvey Nash plc London, England

Conduct Risk Framework Manager Programme Manager, Risk and Compliance 750 - 900pd London Conduct Risk Framework Manager, Framework Co-ordinator… Adzuna


3 days ago

TOM Delivery Lead / Quality Assurance - ITIL SME – new

Harvey Nash plc London, England

•Responsible for overall delivery assurance over the TOM and Service Managements design, build and implementation activities. •Planning and designing… Adzuna


3 days ago

Project Manager Software Upgrade, Infrastructure – new

Harvey Nash plc London, England

Project Manager Software Upgrade, Server, Sybase, Financial Services 500 - 550pd South London Project Manager Software Upgrades, WIN 2013, Microsoft… Adzuna


3 days ago

Senior Network Security Engineer / palo alto – new

Harvey Nash plc London, England

Senior Network Security Engineer / palo alto / cisco A fantastic opportunity to join the Network Security team of a leading financial services… Adzuna


3 days ago

Web Test Analyst CMS, SiteCore, Tester – new

Harvey Nash plc London, England

Web Test Analyst Application Testing, CMS, SiteCore, Financial Services 250-350pd 50 day contract London Web Test Analyst, Application Test Analyst… Adzuna


24 hrs ago

Executive Desktop Support – new

Harvey Nash London, England

- The Individual must be able to constantly prioritise their workload to adjust to the pressures of the environment. - A level of… eFinancialCareers


24 hrs ago

Business Analyst - Front Office, Rates, SQL, Investment Banking – new

Harvey Nash London, England

A global Investment Banking organization are seeking a Front Office IT Business Analyst to join them on a contract basis in Central London. The… eFinancialCareers


2 days ago

Senior Financial Controller - Markets & Treasury – new

Harvey Nash London, England

*Support business line management in the (financial) management of the department and project portfolio. *Establish, develop and manage… eFinancialCareers


2 days ago

Support/QA/BA/Lead (Soft Commodities) – new

Harvey Nash London, England

*Experience in the coordination, managing and releasing application changes into live trading environments. Please apply within for further details… eFinancialCareers


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    Former Employee - Recruitment Consultant in London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Recruitment Consultant in London, England (UK)
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    I worked at Harvey Nash Group full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    - You get the opportunity to work with industry leading clients.

    Cons

    I worked for Technology Recruitment London and it ended up being the most depressing job I've ever had for the following reasons: - There is no career path at all which is very odd for a recruitment agency. There were never any targets in place to get promoted. - Most of the Senior Management Team have been promoted not because they've earned/deserve it but because of the amount of time they've been working for the company. - The training they offer is terrible and consists solely of having themed sessions with under qualified managers. Graduates are sold on joining because there is supposedly good training when in reality it's pretty much non-existent. Harvey Nash's competitors offer much better, structured training. - The management team bully their staff. I've seen Consultants been reduced to tears on the sales floor before. - It's the most KPI driven environment I've ever worked. KPI stats have to be reported daily and every Wednesday to a senior director. It's suffocating. - The commission structure is awful. As a contract recruiter you are paid on the initial deal value not timesheets through the door like most recruitment companies. This means you are liable to clawback and crucially if contracts extend the rate of commission is less. The commission structure for a permanent recruiter is equally bad. - Basic salary is well below market rate. There is no salary banding so everyone is on a different basic which causes bad feeling in the office. Given that there are no targets to get promoted or pay rise I felt stuck on that salary. - The incentives are rubbish verging on non existent. Every sales company should have good incentives and at Harvey Nash they are seriously few and far between or un-achievable for most. - Graduates joining are not put on full commission to start with. In the banking and finance practise for example graduate consultants have to do 10 deals before they are put on full commission which is not the industry norm at all. - They are not focussed on delivery to their clients which in this market is backward. They are much more interested in winning new clients but less focussed on delivery. They have an offshore team in Vietnam and they expect them to source CV's for you which in my opinion is not giving the best service to their clients. They market it as a 24/7 CV sourcing solution but in reality they expect the team in Vietnam to find CV's and Consultants in London to do Business Development. - I've never worked anywhere where so many people are unhappy which is depressing. - An email got sent round last year from the Talent Team asking employees to come here and give positive reviews as there were so many bad ones. For me that shows the company is not genuine. - I genuinely think Senior Management have no idea how bad it is to be a Consultant working for them.

    Advice to Management

    - Value your staff. - Implement a career path and structure. - Incentivise and set targets for employees to progress.


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