Working With Us At Heavy Hitter Holdings
Working at a Heavy Hitter Holdings company can be the launchpad you need to your career aspirations. With companies and brands spanning executive search, recruitment, career services, human capital consulting, and employer branding, a career with us could be just what you’re looking for.
What Makes HHH A Great Place To Work?
We truly embody the ‘work hard, play hard’ philosophy. At all Heavy Hitter Holdings companies, we work hard and are rewarded for it. But we don’t work hard at the expense of team work, collaboration, and culture.
Learn more about some of the programs, benefits and initiatives that make a Heavy Hitter Holdings company a great place to work.
Our Commitment To Diversity & Inclusion
Across the Heavy Hitter Holdings portfolio, our companies are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce both internally and on behalf of our clients. Our staff and leadership teams are balanced between men and women, and our organization is comprised of individuals spanning distinct identities, ethnicities, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Additionally, we encourage the development of internal affinity groups to cultivate safe and productive environments for all of our staff members. Across numerous offices in multiple metropolitan regions, HHH is dedicated to elevating marginalized voices across our brands and embodying our values with every strategic decision that we make.
While we’re proud of the progress we’ve made, we also believe that our work isn’t finished. Our commitment to continuous improvement includes diversity and inclusion, and every year we aim to hire a more diverse set of recruits than we did the year before. As our firms continue to grow, leveraging the insights of employees whose backgrounds are varied allows us to think and plan more creatively.
Of course, we not only benefit as an organization from this diversity—we are committed to creating a more just and equitable world, and we’re proud to support the needs of individuals spanning every race, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, and religion.