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Responsibility:
3.3/5
 
Work Life Balance:
2.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.5/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3/5
 
Company Culture:
3.9/5
 
Career Progression:
3.1/5
 
Colleagues:
4.1/5
 
Training:
3/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.4/5
 

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Application Advice:

Be passionate about making money.

Recruitment Consultant, MS -Technology Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Make sure you can adapt to a fast pace, challenging role.

Team Administrator, Admin at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

It is a role where you have to work hard and take responsibility from the start but a great team environment where people are keen to help. Very enjoyable but you have to know what you are getting into.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, don't try to give the answers you think the interviewers are expecting, but do your research about the company and recruitment

Senior Business Consultant, Finance and Banking at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be confident when you go in, they're happy to look at people with any experience. Your time to show you are fit for the role will be in the interview. Show you're resilient and an approachable person.

Interview Advice:

Tell us a time you had to be resilient?

Trainee Consultant, Finance and Banking at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in the interview, as a lot of hiring someone is based on personality.

Interview Advice:

Learn what Harvey Nash do in detail and our unique selling points.

Recruitment Consultant, Finance & Banking at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Personality and transferable skills are more important than previous experience largely, as you will need to be trained in most things anyway.

Contracts and Compliance Executive, Contracts and Compliance at Harvey Nash
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, honest and open.
Do your research on the company.
Show your true personality.

Associate Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Research recruitment itself as thoroughly as possible, it isn't for everyone but if you are interested in it, then Harvey Nash are a great company.

Interview Advice:

Research recruitment, they will make sure you have the personality and drive to stick with recruitment so the more knowledgeable and prepared you sound - the better you will fair. Don't be afraid if you don't have any experience within Technology (or the specialism you are interviewing for) - they know you will learn this on the way.

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be honest and open.

Interview Advice:

Communication is key, allow the discussion to gather momentum and always be honest while continuing the conversation.

Consultant, IT at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Highlight any commercial experience in your application, as well as extra curricular activities you've taken part in such as team sports.

Interview Advice:

Relax, be yourself in the interview and make sure they can see your ambition and personality.

Senior Researcher, Birmingham IT Leadership at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know every detail about what recruitment involves on a daily basis as it is not the right industry for everyone.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you do background reading about the company and ensure that this comes across in the interview. Prepare properly by asking yourself all the difficult questions to answer. Apply answers with relevant examples from your educational/extra-curricular/working life experiences.

Try to find the balance of being confident, coherent and knowledgeable.

Associate Consultant, Permanent Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

It is a thorough but enjoyable recruitment process.

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Research the organisation and a bit about recruitment. Ensure you understand that it is going to be hard work at the start but they offer good training and support throughout. You should be confident and able to talk to people.

Interview Advice:

Ask about the specific office culture, expectations and training opportunities.

Resourcer, IT at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

The application can sometimes take a while, however off the back of that the company hire the right people and fully support new starters with all the resources they have. So stick with it even if it's slower compared to other companies. It's worth it in the long run.

Interview Advice:

Be open and honest and do your research on the business. If you are coming through assessments then take the opportunity to make yourself stand out.

Talent Acquisition Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Tell them exactly what you are looking for and they will be honest about whether they can provide you with that type of role in their team.

Interview Advice:

Prepare on current affairs too, as they want to see you can hold a broad conversation.

Managing Consultant, Recruiting at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Focus on your love for writing, but don't stress the creative element as this role is not a 'creative writing' job.

Bid Writer, Group Client Development at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Prepare for your interview!

Interview Advice:

There were a lot of challenges posed for the interview that luckily I had prepared for before my interview. I had learnt the hard way that turning up to an interview unprepared was only going to end one way! I desperately wanted the job with Harvey Nash and revised so hard that I was more confident in the interview and got the job.
Definitely the best advice I could give.

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Application Advice:

I would advise future applicants to research recruitment as a career, not just a graduate job.

Secondly, I think future applicants should shop around - visit different companies and see what their company culture is like. Look at websites to see honest reviews of working life, projects and salaries.

Interview Advice:

Make sure to look at and practice answering competency based questions.

Use interview answer techniques i.e. STAR.

Come to each interview with prepared questions and research.

Research your interviewers.

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for a lot of work and learning on the job.

Interview Advice:

Confidence and quick thinking.

Contracts Administrator, Contracts and Compliance at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Do your research!

Interview Advice:

Really read through the website and get a solid understanding of Harvey Nash.

Bid Writer, Client Engagement at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Go into the role with an open mind, a proactive mindset and the willingness to succeed.

Interview Advice:

Be ambitious, focused and driven - being money motivated also helps.

Trainee Talent Acquisition Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Go for Mortimer Spinks, they're very different from Harvey Nash, but in my opinion, are much better.

Interview Advice:

Prepare! Read up on recruitment if you don't understand the role, show a real passion and drive in the interview and let the interviewers get to know you as a person - this is very important to them.

Recruitment Consultant, Mortimer Spinks at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

It is a great place to start in recruitment and will provide a stable/ secure environment while you learn the ins and outs of the job.

Interview Advice:

Do the research and make sure recruitment is right for you, otherwise no matter how good the company is you will hate it.

Recruitment consultant, IT at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be prepared.

Interview Advice:

Prepare an elevator pitch.

Technology Consultant, Mortimer Spinks London at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand the hard work that will be required of you if you're successful in your application.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, if you are confident and loud, let that show throughout the interview process. Don't be reserved. You won't get a job.

Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Software Development at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be positive, confident and research each company fully, there are a lot of recruitment companies, and some are great places to work and others really aren't.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know the role, company and sector that we work in. Be able to draw upon your own experiences and link your answer to the question asked.

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have a hard working nature and research what life is like in the recruitment world.

Recruitment Consultant, IT Technical at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Focus on relevant skill set.

Contract Administrator, Contracts at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Show your personality. Culture is important to the company, so be as friendly as possible! The company likes highly intelligent people so be as articulate as possible.

Researcher, Executive Search at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

To relax, be yourself and be clear about what you are looking for.

Interview Advice:

Do your research, understand the difference between Mortimer Spinks and Harvey Nash.
Don't just say what you think people want to hear.
Have questions prepared before you walk into the interview.

Consultant, Contract Recruimtent at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and driven.

Interview Advice:

Different to most other industries; show a passion for earning money and lots of it.

Business Consultant, IT at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be honest.
Be yourself - personality is a big key factor, and team fit.

Interview Advice:

You need confidence and knowledge of the brand and how you could make a difference to the company.

Administrator, Support – IT at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. We hire based on personality so be relaxed and let us see the real you!

Interview Advice:

Think through why you want to work in recruitment.

Research the Technology industry to see if it is something you are interested in. It is our core focus so you have to have an interest in it.

Recruitment Consultant, IT Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

They like to see all your accomplishments so don't be afraid to list them all.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and be yourself. Personality is everything in this role.

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

The key to this role is the ability to self manage, motivate yourself and have a strong work ethic.

Interview Advice:

Be clear, concise and show a track record of the above.

Recruitment Consultant, Oil & Gas at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be really positive in your interview. Be patient when first starting out as it can be quite difficult at times the way the oil & gas world works.

Recruitment Consultant, Oil & Gas at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

- Fully research the ins and outs of becoming a recruitment consultant.
- Prepare to put in a lot of time and dedication to your job.
- Be resilient, dont give up.

Interview Advice:

- Why do you want to work in recruitment?
- What skills do you have to make a good recruitment consultant?
- What motivates you?
- What do you know about the company you are applying for?
- When have you worked to targets?
- When have you shown

Recruitment Consultant, Oil & Gas at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

This can be a very challenging and rewarding job, if you have a competitive streak then you can have a lot of fun and potentially make a good amount of money.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to argue your corner. One key attribute for a job like this is resilience. Previous sales experience will obviously help but it is not necessary, if you are quick witted and hard working then make sure this comes across in the interview.

Trainee Consultant, Frontend and .NET recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Have a good working attitude
Tenacity
Hard working - not afraid of long hours

Interview Advice:

Have a good working attitude
Tenacity
Hard working - not afraid of long hours

Consultant, Technical Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

The role is really what you make it, you must be willing to work hard, but there are significant resources available to you

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't try to be salesy as the people that are hired are those that come across friendly & grounded with drive

Business Consultant, Professional Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Make sure you do your research and know for a fact that you will enjoy the company you work for.

Aim to have a career goal of at least 3/5 year plan when joining the company.

Interview Advice:

Aim to have a career goal of at least 3/5 year plan when joining the company.

Be precise in what you expect to achieve within the role/company and give an example of how you plan to achieve them.

If asked, make sure you are able to give one or two small examples of a situation in your past that can demonstrate you are able to reach your objectives.

Associate Executive Researcher, London at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Be creative in finding new ways to approach/overcome barriers.
Be prepared to work hard.
Think long-term.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in your own ability.
Demonstrate tenacity and a willingness to win and be the best.

Technology Consultant, Manchester at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

To realise it does take a while to earn good commission.

Business Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Submit your CV directly to the Talent Acquisition Team: talent@harveynash.com
Include your CV and a brief cover letter detailing your current situation.

Interview Advice:

Come to the interview well prepared and with a clear focus on your goals and career aspirations. The interview process is tough and the Manager's take it seriously so you should too!

The final presentation is your chance to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the role and the company and to let your personality shine, don't be afraid of adding that extra bit about you.

The building in London is incredible and can sometimes seem daunting but it just provides the environment to work in, we are not all that glossy and corporate!

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Application Advice:

If you want a career, join Harvey Nash. If you just want a job to pay the bills, go elsewhere. Only 100% will do.

Interview Advice:

Biggest flaws in yourself? What drives you? How do you deal with failure?

Senior Consultant, Technology at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Only apply for this role if you are motivated to do well, and consistently do well. There are many lows in this role because you are managing people and they can change their mind very quickly. Therefore, as long as you deal with that - you will be fine.

Always research the company, not just the generic history of the company, but Harvey Nash produce a large amount of "Thought Leadership" which can be accessed by submitting details onto our website.

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Consultant, Technical Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Show you are committed to something and stuck with it.
Have initiative to do things on your own not be hand held all the time.
Well rounded, interested in IT would help.
People person - have worked with people in Retail, Call centres etc.
Attention to detail.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, not too relaxed - we're a relaxed office but we have to have confidence in putting you in front of clients.
We look for people who want to develop with a business, what are your aims in this role.
Research the business.

Recruitment Specialist, Testing – IT at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

There are massive highs and lows so you need to be prepared to ride through the bad times knowing that a great week will be around the corner!

Interview Advice:

Be confident, its ultimately a sales role so you need to be vibrant and enthusiastic.
It's all about people so you need to be personable and likeable to get candidate and client buy in.

Business Consultant, Infrastructure at Harvey Nash
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Application Advice:

Showing that you want to work in a target driven role. Be professional, confident and eager to work hard to achieve.

Interview Advice:

Study the recruitment life cycle in depth and be ready for role play scenarios and competency based question.

Recruitment Consultant, IT Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Flexibility

Worst:

The pressure which is put on you.

Team Administrator, Admin at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Culture and people

Worst:

Beaurocracy

Senior Business Consultant, Finance and Banking at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Only recruitment company that has done so much work on diversity and inclusion. Thought leadership is important to the company, they also have other areas to the company such as executive search, consulting and off shoring which no other company has. It makes Harvey Nash a reputable company to work for

Worst:

no opportunities to work from home

Trainee Consultant, Finance and Banking at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Employees, brand, office.

Worst:

N/A

Recruitment Consultant, Finance & Banking at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Incentives
Support/training
Opportunities/progression plans

Associate Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

They opportunities here. They really support the staff in any direction they want to take and encourage entrepreneurship within the company. There are people here that are in senior positions but are quite young - they don't let anything stop you.

Worst:

The quality of offices differs quite drastically between locations. The London offices are absolutely stunning yet some of the regional offices are really basic in comparison.

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Family culture
Always chance to make money every placement

Worst:

Nature of recruitment - can be stressful!

Consultant, IT at Harvey Nash
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Best:

The culture - the office is so relaxed an friendly, my colleagues have become true friends. Management are incredibly supportive and many people here have 10-15 years experience in the company so there are lots of people to learn from.
It's easy to be visible and make an impact - we're not a hierarchical company so everyone has access to the most senior managers and MDs, who are always open to hearing ideas and feedback.

Worst:

Sometimes progression is slower than expected and promotions are underwhelming

Senior Researcher, Birmingham IT Leadership at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Great international presence with highly professional employees who deliver excellent service to their clients and candidates. Brilliant Christmas party and the occasional social drinks after work on a Friday. Great facilities for preparing lunch, tea and coffee. Modern working office space with excellent meeting and board rooms.

Worst:

Lack of motivation and incentives. Slight lack of one to one on the job training which is not as effective as an interactive learning process. The business development meetings seem to have a very tense atmosphere and I get the sense that people do not look forward to them. I think a good idea would be to put incentives on business development activities to motivate employees more and make them excited about business development.

Associate Consultant, Permanent Recruitment at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Great Brand
Great People

Worst:

Lack of Direction, Progression Path

Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

The people.

Worst:

The database and systems.

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Benefits, team bonding activities

Associate Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

The office and team culture and support that is given

Worst:

The long hours and sometimes the stress of the role itself

Resourcer, IT at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Environment and friendly and supportive colleagues

Worst:

Not enough interaction between regions and other businesses in the group

Talent Acquisition Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Values and behaviours are all of an impeccable standard

Worst:

Very entrepreneurial so may not suit everyone as little structure in place

Managing Consultant, Recruiting at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Nice people

Worst:

Low pay and lack of pay rises for support staff, no development/career path structure, lacks infrastructure you would expect from a Plc of this size.

Bid Writer, Group Client Development at Harvey Nash
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Best:

very supportive, very engaging, good personalities!

Worst:

Nothing to report so far!

, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Good company culture, fantastic training, strong brand name, lovely employees.

Worst:

Turnover

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

atmosphere

Worst:

Training

Contracts Administrator, Contracts and Compliance at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Autonomy, Lucrative Commission Schemes, Meritocratic, People are Brilliant, Non-Hierarchal leadership team

Worst:

Haven't quite embraced flexible working

Recruitment Consultant, at Harvey Nash
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Best:

Great environment to work in

Worst:

Rewards for functional roles pale in comparison to those in a sales role

Bid Writer, Client Engagement at Harvey Nash
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Best:

The brand name in the industry, the business model (organic growth) and the inspiring leaders - they also are keen to hear your thoughts and treat you as credible from day 1

Worst:

Red tape (but this is true for any large organisation),

Trainee Talent Acquisition Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Harvey Nash
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Best:

The people, the culture, the perks and the room to grow.

Worst:

The working hours are long

Recruitment Consultant, Mortimer Spinks at Harvey Nash
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