IT recruitment agency Crimson has been shortlisted for two national recruitment awards.
Crimson, based in Birmingham, has been named among the finalists in the ‘Best IT & Telecoms Recruitment Company To Work For’ category at Recruiter’s Investing in Talent Awards and in the ‘Best Specialist Agency’ category at The Drum’s Recruitment Business Awards.
Louise Clarke, Head of Recruitment at Crimson, said: “Everybody at Crimson is delighted that the team’s hard work and successes have been recognised in this way. Awards are a good way of benchmarking our performance in the sector and reinforcing the company’s credibility and the quality of the services we provide. We’ve all got our fingers crossed that the judges will see how much the Crimson team has achieved this year.”
The Investing in Talent Awards is one of the recruitment industry’s best-known and well-respected award ceremonies. It is organised and hosted by Recruiter, the principal magazine of the UK and international recruitment profession.
The ‘Best IT & Telecoms Recruitment Company To Work For’ award is presented to the recruitment firm that provides the most effective work environment, incentives, benefits, development, internal communications, and best practice-orientated management and social responsibility activity. Along with providing evidence of financial stability, innovation, and profitability, the winner will also have demonstrated workforce diversity and the availability of career development opportunities for all.
The Recruitment Business Awards have been rewarding excellence in recruitment for 15 years. It is coordinated by The Drum, a global media platform and the biggest marketing website in Europe.
The winner of the ‘Best Specialist Agency’ category will be presented to the recruitment firm that provides the best services to its clients, whilst developing its staff, and showing innovative new approaches over the past 12 months.