Parker & Lynch – Plainview, NY
• Prepare balance sheet and income statement for portfolio of properties • Responsible for the general ledgers for assigned properties, including… CareerBuilder
Parker & Lynch – Woodbury, NY
include Run client engagements from start to finish, which includes planning, executing, directing, and completing internal audits, business process… CareerBuilder
Parker & Lynch – Manhasset, NY
. Responsible for in depth financial review including trending analysis, debt review, cash flow analysis. Provide financial review of company… CareerBuilder
Parker and Lynch – Melville, NY
Acts as the System Administrator for Hyperion Enterprise & Reporting System. Acts as the System Administrator for JD Edwards World. Supports users in… Monster.com
Parker & Lynch – Hauppauge, NY
for the Chief Operating Officer job include: • Reporting to the company President, managing Finance, HR, Operations • Lead the organization… CareerBuilder
Parker & Lynch – Uniondale, NY
• Represent, guide and advise clients in a variety of corporate and partnership tax transactions • Draft various agreements Qualifications • Barred… CareerBuilder
Parker and Lynch – Manhasset, NY
and re-establishing priorities, problem resolution, streamlining manual processes, and special projects. This Manager will provide direct supervision… Monster.com
Parker & Lynch – New York, NY
A fast growing advertising firm seeks a Senior Staff Accountant. The position is open as a result of the explosive growth they are experiencing… CareerBuilder
I worked at Parker & Lynch full-time (More than 5 years)
The company spends a ton of money on managers who don't produce. They fly their managers around the country and send them off to places and events while the true revenue producers (recruiters and business development) receive very few perks and terrible benefits.
If you are looking for a career in recruitment do not work here. There are so many better firms to work for in Chicago. This firm in particular and this office has a very bad commission structure. They take more money out of employees' pockets than the other firms do in terms of commission split. It is a very micromanaged environment and the people who do training are so far removed from the actual job they have no idea what they are talking about.
Advice to Management
Change commission structures to retain employees.