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I worked at Harvey Nash Group full-time (Less than a year)
Recruiting with Harvey Nash gives the chance to really sharpen your sale skills, build an excellent path for your career, master the art of multi-tasking, all with a fantastic base salary considering their amazing commission structure
Rigorous work-load - not a position for the unmotivated. You need to understand in order to make placements you have to be connecting with candidates. If you understand that and accomplish those tasks then the rewards are limitless.
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Keep doing what you're doing - the commission structure with the added organizational contests truly motivate those within the organization.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Harvey Nash Group (Chicago, IL) in October 2014.
Very nice. I got to meet the entire team and even the CEO! The best part was that they even supplied some of their marketing materials so I had a great sense of what I was getting into.
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Harvey Nash is a leader in professional recruitment. Since 1988, we’ve supported many of the world's top organisations to recruit, source and manage the highly-skilled talent they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive world. The Group is a trusted advisor to some of the world’s leading business, governments and institutions. We operate from over 45 offices ...
Mission: Throughout our network you will find recruitment experts who are united by the following set of business values: We are committed to the highest standards of service. We are local market specialists with a global reach. We are providers of outstanding talent. We are always innovating and advancing. We are a trusted careers resource.