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London, November 14 2019 - Harvey Nash, the global technology recruitment group, have been awarded the National Online Recruitment Award (NORA) for their harveynash.co.uk website, in the category of large recruitment consultancy.
The award, which was presented at a ceremony in Central London last night, was hotly contested between Robert Half, Michael Page, Office Angels, Manpower, NES Global Talent and Search. Over 20,000 websites were nominated by the public or by members of the recruitment industry itself and then shortlisted by a panel of judges. The winner was then decided by a final judging panel that all have experience of the online recruitment sector.
Robert Grimsey, Group Marketing Director at Harvey Nash Group said “We’re absolutely delighted to win this award. It’s great recognition of our new UK website that was rolled out earlier this year. We’d like to thank our web partners 4MAT who built the website and helped us to develop its style. It’s great to see our new design being celebrated.”
You can find out more about the NORAs here - https://norauk.com/
About the National Online Recruitment Awards (NORA)
The National Online Recruitment Awards are entirely dedicated to the continual improvement and evolution of the Candidate-Experience.
Throughout the past 19 years we have seen the focus of progressive employers, recruitment firms and job boards change to recognise that. The NORAs views the recruitment sector from the perspective of the jobseeker, and aims to shine a light on the very best examples of excellence in our industry.
As the definitive measure of the standards now expected by candidates, we expect our Finalists and Winners will continually be inspired to strive for better.
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