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Recruitment Innovation

Partnered by Cognisses

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Winner: Barclays Retail Bank supported by Alexander Mann

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With a wide approach to recruitment that detailed extensively the strategy and channels to market, the winner of this award clearly demonstrated how their innovation went above and beyond the usual methods of resourcing with great success.  With a recruitment campaign that mixed traditional and pioneering methods of attracting candidates, the judges were particularly impressed with their business unit relocation strategy.

Finalists:

Admiral Group
Barclays Retail Bank
Cheil UK
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue
Shell
Thales

Best Recruitment Advertising Campaign

Partnered by RetailWeekJobs.com

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Highly Commended: Barclays Retail Bank supported by Alexander Mann

Winner: Shell supported by Mediacom

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The winner of this award created a campaign that was innovative, functional and, ultimately, productive. With a great business case and results to match, the campaign was both thorough and creative and used alternative ways of attraction that their target audience could relate to.  Closely following the winner of this category – and deservedly being awarded a Highly Commended is Barclays Retail Bank.

Finalists:

Barclays Retail Bank
Boots
PA Consulting
Samsung
Shell
Virgin Holidays

Best Diversity & Inclusion Strategy

Sponsored by OnlyMarketingJobs.com

Winner: Guys’ & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

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This category recognises the consistency, sustainability and creativity required to develop a contemporary and effective Diversity & Inclusion Recruitment strategy. The winner clearly demonstrated how the work they are undertaking has a wide impact on a range of people and plays a major part in the cultural shift within the organisation.

Finalists:

Guys’ & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Liberata
Manchester Metropolitan University
Shell

Best Graduate Recruitment Strategy 

Sponsored by Bright Network

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Winner: Matalan

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The Graduate Recruitment Strategy winner has been able to display success in achieving targets around cost, timelines, number and quality of desired graduates, whilst displaying an innovative approach to the graduate-attraction strategy. With an engaging careers area and the success that has been bought from embedding themselves into Universities, this winner is well-deserved.

Finalists:

Betfred.com
Dennis Publishing
Matalan
Raytheon
Thomas Cook

Best On-boarding Strategy

Sponsored by The Job Post

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Winner: Capco

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With a new employee, comes on-boarding, and allowing new employees to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and behaviours to become effective organizational members is integral to the individuals, and the companies, success. Highlighting some impressive processes that go beyond the normal reach, the victor of this category award has, without a doubt, deserved to win Best On-Boarding Strategy.

Finalists:

AEG Europe
Capco
Essence
Guys’ & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Thorntons

Best Candidate Experience

Sponsored by Direct Revolution

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Winner: ASK Italian

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An incredible category filled with some impressive stories, the winner of this award has streamlined the recruitment process for the candidate, significantly reducing the applicants per job, whilst improving the quality. Through tailored job descriptions & website improvements their approach to the recruitment process has improved the candidate journey, whilst also developing their brand identity.

Finalists:

Ask Italian
Barclays Retail Bank
Dennis Publishing
Essence
Jagex
Matalan
Raytheon
Rhead Group

Best Social Media Strategy

Sponsored by Social Media Search

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Winner: Boots supported by andsome

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With Social Media reaching further into the target audience through increasing channels, it is proving harder to lead the way in innovation within this category. The winner of this award was able to maximise their reach through the more unusual channels on a low budget. With a level of innovation over and above the usual realms of Social Media, they were able to snatch the ‘winner’ title ahead of other excellent submissions.

Finalists:

Boots
Cheil UK
EAT
Future
Jagex

Best Recruitment Video

Sponsored by The Needle Online

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Winner: Capco

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Entrants to this category were asked to produce a company video to attract potential employees, showcasing themselves as a great place to work. The winner of this award kept the viewers attention through a fresh, energetic approach which highlighted the culture and individuality of their current employees. 

Finalists:

Capco
Future
Samsung
PA Consulting
Pets at home
Starcom Mediavest Group

Best Career Website

Sponsored by OME

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Winner: Jagex

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A companies careers website should clearly reflect the brand ethos, whilst providing an engaging user experience that assists the in-house recruiter throughout the hiring process. Clearly highlighting functionality, creativity and awareness of their jobseeker audience the winner’s site & response is engaging, fun and really reflects their brand & culture.

 

Finalists:

Capital One
Jagex
Le Manoir Careers
New Look Retailers
RWE npower
Starcom Mediavest Group

Most Effective Employer Brand Development

Sponsored by ICAEW Jobs

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Winner: SC Johnson supported by andsome

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The winner of this award demonstrated their success through external and internal channels with outstanding results. From full internal messaging with a consistent tone to working with charities, the winner went the extra mile to develop their company as a place to work.

Finalists:

Guys’ & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Future
Mercer
SC Johnson

Best Employee Referral Strategy

Sponsored by SMRS

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Winner: Capco

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This winning entry has demonstrated its effectiveness in engaging existing employees to recruit family, friends and associates, with success in achieving desired targets in efficiency, number and quality of candidates and retention.

Finalists:

Addison Lee
AEG Europe
Capco
Sapient Nitro
The Financial Ombudsman

Best RPO

Sponsored by OnlyDigitalJobs.com

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Winner: GTI Recruiting Solutions

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An innovative approach with an ‘in-house team’ mentality, this category winner exemplifies a successful RPO team. With outstanding testimonials & forward-thinking proposals on target advertising, this company was a standout winner.

Finalists:

Alexander Mann Solutions
GTI Recruiting Solutions
Hays
Ochre House

Best In-house Recruiter

Sponsored by CV Library

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Winner: Jacob Kimber, Epsilon

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The in-house recruiter’s role has changed over the years and no one epitomises the modern-day recruiter quite like the winner of this category. With extraordinary metrics & feedback, this recruiter has demonstrated thought-leadership & innovation within the recruitment process. Having immersed themself into the market place through guest blogging and qualifications, this recruiter cares not only about the hire, but also about their experience which is why they were an obvious victor.

Finalists:

Annah Rae, Addison Lee
Ian Tuckley, Barclays Retail Bank
Sarah Garrett, Dennis Publishing
Jacob Kimber, Epsilon
Stuart Edwards, Lloyd’s Register
Charlotte Parnell, Nestlé
Arash Peyami, Rawnet
Louise Smith, Sthree
James Goodwin, Sapient Nitro

Best In-house Recruitment Manager

Sponsored by Qandidate

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Highly commended: Matthew Edge-Wilkins, Platinum Property Partners

Winner: Kate Parkyn, Sporting Index

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There were some very impressive entries to this category and two in particular that stood out. An element of traditional “get stuck in” recruitment against a “turnaround” were all that were between choosing the winner.  However, the adaption to international needs (Canada), following right through to on-boarding and also the impact on social media just pipped it. Highly Commended, & well deserved, in this instance goes to Matthew Edge-Wilkins from Platinum Property Partners.

Finalists:

Krystle Sahota, Betfred.com
Jamie White, Dennis Publishing
Gemma Lockhart, Essence
Anne Eden-Russell, Guardian News & Media
Peter Lovell, Jagex
Matthew Edge-Wilkins, Platinum Property Partners
Kate Parkyn, Sporting Index
Sian Amato, Starcom Mediavest Group

Best Recruitment Team (SME)

Sponsored by Originem

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Highly Commended: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue

Winner: Essence

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Another outstanding category with some impressive entries. Showing reduced cost, increased retention, qualitative assessments and the sheer amount that has been introduced in the last year alone shows how this SME has structured them self to an incredibly high standard. Closely behind the winner of this award was another fantastic entry who deserves some recognition so the Highly Commended in the category goes to Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue.

Finalists:

Dennis Publishing
Dialog Semiconductor
Essence
Jagex
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue
Rhead Group

Best Recruitment Team (Corporate)

Sponsored by First Choice Software

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Winner: New Look Retailers

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In a category filled with some of the biggest brands UK & Worldwide, this was indeed a tough call. However, the winner of this category best showcased their achievements, development of their recruitment strategy, innovation & overall impact on their organisation with an overwhelming passion for their business. In such a close category the judges would also like to recognise The Financial Ombudsman with a Highly Commended title.

Finalists:

McDonalds
Macmillan
Brakes
The Financial Ombudsman
Royal Mail
Serco
Capital One
Lloyd’s Register
Admiral Group
New Look Retailers
RWE npower
Nestlé

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