Randstad UK has been shortlisted in the 2017 magazine Recruiter Awards. The annual awards demonstrate recruitment excellence and best practice in the industry. 

In a competitive environment, recruitment agencies over the UK have faced a number of challenges. With Brexit dominating the headlines last year, recruitment agencies across the country had to adapt to working in an uncertain environment. 

Randstad are delighted to be nominated in four categories:

  • Most Effective Employer Brand Development
  • Best Public Sector Recruitment Agency
  • Best Large Recruitment Agency of the Year (over 250 employees)
  • Best Marketing Team

Clients working with Randstad benefit from working with an award nominated agency as consultants endeavour to present clients, and candidates with added value. Salary survey’s, assessment centre delivery, market intelligence reports and marketing plans are just some of the ways our dedicated team help clients to meet the recruitment challenges of their business. On the candidate side consultants aim to match candidates not just with the right skill sets but personality, company and boss fit. 

A number of digital improvements are being implemented to ensure highly skilled new candidates continue to be sourced.The marketing team work tirelessly to stay ahead of the competition and ensure best candidates apply for our varied roles. 

Ruth Jacobs, Managing Director, Randstad business solutions says “Clients should see that by being nominated in four categories, every single Randstad employee is hardworking and dedicated in providing the best service to candidates and clients. This accomplishment gives us a platform to set us apart from so many of our competitors - from boosting our staff morale to raising our profile to reach more candidates and fill skills gaps.”  

On 3rd May Randstad will find out if they have been winners but it is safe to say without the support of clients up and down the country and our hardworking candidates who take on permanent and contract roles, Randstad would not have been nominated.