There are several dated threads (albeit with a handful of more recent comments) warning prospective recruits to stay away from Selby Jennings due to mining for comp data, spamming job boards with resumes, using bait-and-switch tactics, and misrepresenting fund/bank connections, among other things.
Despite these admonitions, they are a large firm that appears to be growing rapidly and to have a constant stream of openings. They now claim resumes won't be forwarded without explicit consent. Has anyone had any recent experiences, good or bad, with them?
Is this a true improvement, or are they still to be "avoided at all costs" as the old threads advise?
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