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I have been working at Harvey Nash Group full-time (More than a year)
They offer a flex schedule and work from home opportunities for top performers. The 401k offering is the best I've seen at an agency, as is the commission structure. You get great PTO as you increase your tenure with the company. (Up to 5 weeks)
There are dogs in the office and they have a big book of business.
You have to work hard to be successful in this industry.
If you want a relaxed, easy going job, agency is not going to be for you, however that is true of any agency.
Advice to Management
Keep creating new and innovative ways to improve our process and bring in new business. Continue to be approachable and receptive to feedback.
I applied online. I interviewed at Harvey Nash Group (New York, NY) in May 2017.
It was a really dissatisfying experience. One interviewer kept checking their e-mail on their laptop while talking to me and rarely made eye contact. At the end of his interview they informed me that the other interviewer was busy and that it would be a 90 minute wait to speak to them.
The second interviewer met with me for an hour but I doubt I had their attention for more than 30 seconds of that time. They continuously checked theirphone and played on it while speaking to me.
I never heard back from them on whether I got the job or not which is incredibly disrespectful. I took a day off of work and complied with their poor etiquette and even worse scheduling and they could not even send a simple "Thank you but we are not interested." e-mail.
It was a very unprofessional experience. If someone makes time for you, make time for them as well, or at the least, put your phone down for an hour!