Ivy Exec
49 W38th Street, Floor 12A New York NY 10016
Customer Support 1 (888) 551-3444 Toll Free
Customer Support (212) 431-3969
Elena Bajic
2006

(8)

5 stars

(15)

4 stars

(20)

3 stars

(30)

2 stars

(17)

1 star

Recommend to a friend

45%

Say this is a great place to work

55%

Proud to have on resume

59%

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Great values, good pay.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Values people and keeps local focus. Executive leadership needs to pay more attention to strategy, change management and communication but they seem committed to fix issues

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Not as well known as it should be. Marketing is a real weakness for North Highland right now.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

North Highland's culture is that of teamwork and collaboration. Spirit to help and support each other; no pressure to do anything unethical.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

We're still new in seattle so we're building the reputation. It is strong at our current clients.

Employee - Senior Associate/Consultant

North Highland, at least as far as their staffing arm, TrueBridge Resources goes, does their best to keep associates informed and engaged. Rates are reasonable, and the people are great co-workers.

Employee - Senior Associate/Consultant

Cannot really say with any certainty, only hear from them relatively infrequently. Have not worked with them personally.

Employee - Senior Associate/Consultant

Pay for staffing associates is middle of the road. They don't always get the top roles, so pay is not on the high end, regardless of the capabilities of the associate.

Employee - Senior Associate/Consultant

Benefits for the staffing agency are limited to low end group healthcare, two weeks paid vacation only to be taken while on an engagement, and some training money. Holidays are not paid.

Employee - Senior Associate/Consultant

Culture is standoffish to associates of the staffing arm. Never hear from anyone once fully engaged, except to turn in time sheets.

Employee

Great people, challenging work

Employee

Integrity--due the right thing by client. Entrepreneurial--willing to try new things, go after new lines of business Open--accessible for help/share ideas for clients and/or N. Highland

Employee

Comp structure was in process of changing when I left as well as career tracks.

Employee

Each local branch runs as it's own company. Giving back to community

Employee

Depending on city, people are still learning about them.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

The company has no clear strategy as to where it wants to go. If you like doing project and program management at mid levels with clients then it is a good fit. If you are looking for exposure to executives and strategic issues, this is not the place.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Lacking direction, often misleading, and little integrity. Promises are not kept and follow through is weak at best.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Historically a low base, which a large variable component tied to utilization. No reward for thought leadership or practice development.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

They talk a good talk, but it is not backed up. Claim collaborative and high caliber - I would say mediocre at best on both of these claims. Calling itself a "best place to work" is only because they urge employees to vote that way saying it will hurt all employees if they lose that standing.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

It has a mediocre reputation. Delivery quality has slipped. Operational, but trying to claim to be strategic. Can't deliver at that level.