Wiser named as best small recruitment company to work for

Wiser, based in Farringdon, London, leads a list of 24 recruiters ranked in The Sunday Times ‘Best 100 Small Companies to Work For’ 2018.

The full list, published in this Sunday’s edition of The Sunday Times, is restricted to firms with between 50 and 249 employees, and is compiled for The Sunday Times by work-engagement specialist Best Companies.

Recruiters by ranking – the number in brackets is position in overall list – include:

1.    Wiser (2)
2.    Better Placed (4)
3.    Orion Electrical (6)
4.    Deverell Smith (8)
5.    Roc Search (10)
6.    Barrington James (11)
7.    Austin Fraser (15)
8.    Whitehall Resources (19)
9.    Educ8 Group (21)
10.    La Fosse Associates (34)
11.    BCL Legal (35)
12.    Oakleaf Partnership (39)
13.    Prime People (43)
14.    Resourcing Group (45)
15.    Handle Recruitment (48)
16.    Xcede (61)
17.    Quanta Consultancy Services (65)
18.    Premier Group Recruitment (76)
19.    Amoria Bond (81)
20.    FISER Group (87)
21.    Networx (93)
22.    Mane (97)
23.    Empiric (94)
24.    Tradewind Recruitment & SANZA Teaching Age (100)

Recruitment software provider Bullhorn ranked 68th.

Four recruiters made the 'Best 100 Mid Companies To Work For', which ranks companies employing 250 full-time employees.

By ranking these include:

1.    Pertemps Recruitment Partnership (50)
2.    Blue Arrow Group (51)
3.    Randstad CPE (52)
4.    Guidant Group (97)

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