Recognising recruiting excellence

As well as celebrating their achievements, the industry gathered in London last week to deservedly let their hair down after a tough business year. Colin Cottell reports

The drive for continuous improvement in recruitment, and taking a proactive approach to external challenges facing the industry, were two of the themes recognised by the judges in this year’s Recruiter Awards for Excellence, supported by Innovate CV.

Following a major shake-up into how the company recruits, iconic department store Harrods picked up three...

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