Amoria Bond: Awards are great for team spirit

Recruiter’s Investing in Talent Awards are good for team spirit, engendering a sense of pride and giving potential and current consultants confidence in the brand.

This is according to multiple previous Award winner Amoria Bond.

Ahead of Friday’s deadline for entries in this year’s Investing in Talent Awards, Recruiter caught up with Abi Mason (pictured, holding the award), who said there were several benefits to winning these awards.

“They are good for team spirit and for engendering a sense of pride. But most of all, it gives current and potential employees confidence in the brand,” she explained. 

“It is a really nice assurance for people that they are in safe hands – some of the best in the industry. A lot of candidates say they can’t believe how many awards we’ve won and it gives them the confidence to come and work for us. Winning these awards shows the market that the company takes employee development seriously, strengthening the employer brand.”

Recruiters only have until Friday (12 July) to get their entries into this year’s Awards, so choose your categories and get your entries in here. And the very best of luck!

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