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Senior Associate, Recruiting

Heidrick & Struggles Chicago, IL

In the longer term, the Recruitment Senior Associate will focus on… communication strategy that increases the likelihood of recruitment success. The Senior Glassdoor


8 days ago

Associate Principal

Heidrick & Struggles Chicago, IL

The Associate Principal role executes leadership search and consulting projects on behalf of Partners. They are responsible for managing and… Ivy Exec


8 days ago

Research Associate

Heidrick & Struggles Chicago, IL

The Research Associate role is responsible for providing support to Associates and Consultants with information essential to the completion of the… Ivy Exec


21 days ago

Sr. Tax Accountant

Heidrick & Struggles Chicago, IL

• Prepare federal and state tax returns and associated estimated payments. • Re… Glassdoor


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    I worked at Heidrick & Struggles full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Smart folks deliver a lot of excellent client work in spite of a culture where the consultants often exhibit signs of superiority.

    Cons

    The backbone of the company -- its customer relationship management system (CRM) -- is built upon Salesforce.com software that hampers productivity. It works great for the back-office accounting side of the business but not on the client-facing side. Internal IT department is trying to fix the implementation with customized band-aids.

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    New CEO helping to get the company back on course in spite of a lackluster board.

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