Enter Awards

Entries for our 2020 In-house Recruitment Awards are now CLOSED!

We will be announcing the Finalists week commencing 28th September 2020 with our Winners announced on our awards evening on 2nd December.

#IHRA20 will take place on the 2nd December 2020 at the Park Plaza Wesminster Bridge. We will enjoy a fun-filled evening of exquisite food, dancing, entertainment and, of course, the awards themselves!

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The 2020 In-house Recruitment Awards is open to any company, agency, creative or individual producing work specifically to recruit talent in the period from 1 August 2019 to 31 July 2020. 

Give context

Don’t just share the biggest achievements in your entry, but also talk about your journey to success and its year-on-year impact. Don’t be afraid to include the challenges you have met along the way and how you’ve learned from your mistakes.

Don’t go off brief

Keep your entry well-structured & easy to interpret (long paragraphs aren’t easy to digest!) Our judges will appreciate an entry that balances key achievements with context and team testimonials, all within the word limit. 

Don’t leave it too late

Don’t wait until the deadline is imminent! It will only cause you to rush through the entry process and may result in mistakes being made. Leave yourself plenty of time to create a compelling awards entry.

Include metrics

Never omit a good statistic. It’s great to make statements but if these are backed up by facts and figures, that will be the greatest marker of success in our judges’ eyes.

Double check

This might sound obvious, but we cannot stress enough the importance of spelling and grammar checking your entry before submission! Always consult with your colleagues when compiling all the information to make sure you have covered everything in full.

Metrics

Every statement needs to be backed up with statistics, quotes, data, percentage impact etc. so we
can fully understand the ROI and impact on the business.

Precision

Keep your entry clear and concise, preferably using bullet points. Stick to the facts and adopt a less-is-more approach to help Judges find the key nuggets of information.

Business Impact and Perception

Demonstrate what impact your recruitment team and its output has had on your business and how
this has changed in a positive way. This will help to create context.

Costs

Always provide evidence of cost efficiency and/or good use of budget vs high performance and delivery.

Strategy

Explain how your strategy is scalable, repeatable, effective, inclusive and representative of customer footprint.

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