Shortlist announced for Recruiter’s Investing in Talent Awards – have you made the cut?

The 2018 shortlist for Recruiter’s Investing in Talent Awards can now be revealed.

The Awards highlight excellence in how recruitment businesses take care of their staff, temporary workers and contractors. Winners will pick up their trophies at an Awards ceremony on the evening of 31 October at The Brewery in London.

The shortlist is as follows:

Best Contractor Care

  • Major Players 
  • Rullion

Best Emerging Talent Employer in Recruitment

  • Gravitas Recruitment Group 
  • Resource Solutions Group

Best Recruitment Strategy for Disadvantaged and Underrepresented Groups

  • Bramwith Consulting
  • Resource Solutions

Most Effective Agile and Flexible Working Strategy

  • Robert Walters
  • Sentinel 

Most Effective Pay & Benefits Strategy

  • Major Players 
  • Your World Recruitment Group

Most Innovative Benefit

  • -Hays
  • -MRL Consulting Group 

Most Effective Professional Development Programme

  • Amoria Bond 
  • Annapurna Recruitment
  • Franklin Fitch
  • Gravitas Recruitment Group
  • Harrington Starr
  • La Fosse Associates

Best Workplace Environment

  • Digital Gurus 
  • Franklin Fitch
  • Goodman Masson
  • Hunter Bond
  • Marlin Green
  • Source Technology

Best Recruitment Agency to Work for Large (100 + employees)

  • Amoria Bond
  • Goodman Masson
  • Gravitas Recruitment Group
  • La Fosse Associates 
  • Morgan McKinley
  • Pertemps

Best Recruitment Agency to Work for Medium (50-99 employees)

  • Annapurna Recruitment
  • Charlton Morris
  • First Technical Recruitment 
  • Major Players
  • Oscar
  • VHR

Best Recruitment Agency to Work for Small (11-49 employees)

  • Baltimore Consulting
  • Boston Hale
  • Bramwith Consultancy
  • Consilium Recruit
  • ea Change Group
  • Evolve Hospitality
  • Franklin Fitch 
  • ISL
  • Oakwell Hampton
  • RedLaw 

Most Inspiring Newcomer

  • Ben Appleyard - Opus Talent Solutions
  • Heather Eaves - Term Time Teachers
  • Catherine O’Beirne - Harrington Starr 
  • Sarah Scrutton - Source Technology

Most Inspiring Support Professional

  • Samantha Adams - Cordant People
  • Kevin Cooke - Pertemps
  • Claudine Eastwood - Harrington Starr
  • Alex Flowerdew - Your World Recruitment Group
  • Yumi Hoshino - People First 

Most Inspiring Team Leader/Manager

  • Michael James - Darwin Recruitment 
  • Martin Navne - Source Technology
  • Madona Rixon - Term Time Teachers
  • Freddie Short - Opus Talent Solutions 
  • Andrew Wilson - Opus Talent Solutions

Most Inspiring Director/Senior Manager

  • Jessica Brett - SmartHeart Professionals
  • Nadia Edwards-Dashti - Harrington Starr
  • Amy Hambleton - RedLaw
  • Matt Mangan - Source Technology
  • David Roberts - La Fosse Associates 

Most Inspiring Recruitment Agency Leader

  • Saffa Ayub - Bramwith Consulting
  • Toby Babb - Harrington Starr
  • Nick Baxter - Investigo
  • Hakan Enver - Morgan McKinley
  • Ricky Martin - Hyper Recruitment Solutions
  • Charmaine Vincent - Baltimore Consulting
  • Ed Vokes - Evolve Hospitality 

Congratulations to everyone on the shortlist. We look forward to seeing you on 31 October and hope it’s a Halloween to remember for everyone there!

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