Recruiter Awards 2021: A week to go – can anyone top three awards?

There is still time to enter the recruitment industry’s most prestigious awards, with the deadline extended to this Friday, 29 January 2021.

With three entries available for the price of two this year, organisations can give themselves an even greater chance of success by putting themselves in the running in multiple categories.

NES Global Talent (now NES Fircroft) did just that in 2020 and walked away with three Recruiter Awards trophies: Recruitment Agency of the Year Award – Large; Most Effective Compliance Operation; and Outstanding Outsourced Recruitment Organisation. 

The Manchester-headquartered recruiter is determined not to rest on its laurels. Stephen Buckley, NES Fircroft’s CFO, said of the agency’s approach to the market and the awards: “We need to make sure we are top of the game, and remain top of the game, and that we don’t look back, but look forward.”

So the gauntlet has been thrown down. Will you pick it up ahead of your competitors?

To take up the challenge and position your business at the forefront of the talent industry, enter now by reviewing the categories and downloading your entry forms here.

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