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Jack J. Johnsey
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    Novo is not for talented and ambitious recruiters

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
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    I worked at The Novo Group full-time (More than 3 years)


    It once had a great culture. Flexibility is their biggest reason why people join the organization


    Novo is not a place for someone who can stand on their own, or whose opinions differ from those of the management. Your growth potential, unfortunately, depends on how much you are liked by the Managers and your commitment to doing things their way. It all seems picture-perfect when you first start, but soon enough you realize that Novo is like a high school where if you are not “in” with the cool kids, you will not go far. They will hold you back, and all your potential will not be fully utilized. Frequently, you will be encouraged to share your ideas and concepts, but then you soon realize it is to your own detriment if it contrasts from the views of management. Politics and favoritism play a huge role at Novo. There was a running joke that you must drink the “cool-aid” in order to be promoted/successful, and it really proved to be true in most cases. Managers are often not aware of actual issues and problems, and when brought to their attention, they would rather avoid them than deal with them. Chicago office was filled with top-talent recruiters at one time, and without any managers in that office, we were all repeatedly neglected and our concerns went unnoticed. While all this may seem like an overstatement, be assured that all this has been validated recently by a mass exodus of their best recruiters, especially in the Chicago office. There has been at least an 80% turnover in Chicago. And even now, it is not discussed or dealt with, but rather pushed aside. Denial runs through Novo even at this crucial time. If you are a talented recruiter who is looking for a great culture where talent is appreciated, success is recognized and career growth given to those deserving, Novo is probably not the place for you.

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