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Recruiter Awards ceremony honours agencies

20 Nov 2012 07:53
Attended by business leaders in the South African recruitment industry, the ninth annual Recruiter Awards ceremony was held earlier this month. Hosted by CareerJunction, it was a celebration of recruitment excellence, as voted for by online job seekers, who were able to cast their vote online for the agency they felt had excelled in their field of expertise.
CareerJunction's Kris Jarzebowski (CEO), Paul Byrne (executive director) and Caissa Veeran (national sales manager) announced the following winners. Nexia South Africa audited votes and results.

Large agency category Medium agency category Small agency category
Winner: MPC Recruitment Winner: Quest Winner: Recruit Group
1st runner up: Afrizan 1st runner up: Kelly 1st runner up: DAV
2nd runner up: Hire Resolve 2nd runner up: Michael Page 2nd runner up: 101 Careers

For the second time, there was an award for Consultant of the Year, which was won this year by Lauren Pack from TalentSmith.

Says Jarzebowski, "We are very proud to have hosted this special event and honoured that thousands of job seekers participated in the important voting process. Congratulations to our winners and all the recruitment agencies that were nominated. Thank you to everyone that attended and we're looking forward to hosting it again next year."

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