Recruiter announces Investing in Talent Awards 2014 shortlist

The shortlist has been announced for Recruiter’s inaugural Investing in Talent Awards, launched earlier this year to recognise recruitment businesses and individuals demonstrating a passion for people.

Thu, 11 Sep 2014

The shortlist has been announced for Recruiter’s inaugural Investing in Talent Awards, launched earlier this year to recognise recruitment businesses and individuals demonstrating a passion for people.

These latest honours are also intended to showcase recruitment businesses as employers of choice and recruitment as a rewarding career.

“Congratulations to our shortlisted nominees,” said Recruiter editor DeeDee Doke. “Our judges had a field of truly outstanding entries to choose from – which says a lot about how recruiters are investing in talent today.”

The winners will pick up their prizes at an Awards lunch and ceremony on 22 October at the Congress Centre in London.

The new Awards from Recruiter emphasise excellence in how recruitment businesses take care of their staff, temporary workers and contractors. Employee share schemes, pay and benefits, workplace environment, team motivation events and professional development opportunities are among the 15 organisational areas in which recruitment businesses are competing. 

Individual honours will be presented for inspirational recruiters in senior leader, team leader/manager and newcomer consultant roles.

Visit www.investingintalent.co.uk to book your table now!

Shortlist 2014

Best Contractor Care (International/Global)
Hydrogen Group
Oil Consultants
Penta Consulting
Tangent International

Best Contractor Care (UK)
Capita Managed Services
Grovelands
Head Resourcing
Hydrogen Group
RIG Locums
Sanctuary Personnel
TXM Recruit

Best Employee Share/Equity Scheme
Eden Brown
Pertemps Network Group

Best Temporary Workforce Care (Specialist)
Capita Education Resourcing
HCL Workforce Solutions
RIG Locums

Best Workplace Environment
Aspire
Goodman Masson
Henderson Scott
Spencer Ogden
Venturi
Your World Recruitment Group

Most Effective Flexible Working Strategy
Aspire
Chadwick Nott
DP Connect
Love Success

Most Effective Pay & Benefits Strategy (UK)
Aspire
Goodman Masson

Most Effective Professional Development for Managers and Executives
Amoria Bond
gap personnel
Goodman Masson
HCL Workforce Solutions
Montash
RIG Locums

Most Effective Professional Development for Newcomers
Amoria Bond
Annapurna Recruitment
ATA Recruitment
Eden Brown
gap personnel

Monroe Consulting Group
NonStop Recruitment

Most Effective Team Motivation Event
360 Resourcing Solutions
Capita Education Resourcing
FiveTen Group
The SR Group
TTM Healthcare

Most Innovative Benefit
Aspire
Goodman Masson
Meridian Business Support

Most Inspiring Newcomer
Ryan Duffy – Evolution
Eve Hegarty – Hyper Recruitment Solutions
Ben Jones – NonStop Recruitment
Adam Knight – TXM Recruit

Most Inspiring Leader
Guy Hayward – Goodman Masson
Ricky Martin – Hyper Recruitment Solutions
Andrew Midgley – TXM Recruit
Gareth Morris – Evolution
Andy Preston – BW Penman
Sue Ticquet – Team24
Roger Wilkinson – Oho Group

Most Inspiring Team Leader/Manager
Mike Lattimer – SF Group
Nick Mather – Eden Brown
Tom O’Loughlin – Nicoll Curtin Technology
Laura Walker – Exsurgo

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