CG Consultants Announced as Top 10 Recruitment Agency

CG Consultants have been declared as a Top 10 Recruitment Agency at Jobsite’s 2012 RecruitRank Awards Dinner. Recognising best practice and quality customer service in recruitment agencies, the RecruitRank Awards are the only accolades in the industry where finalists and winners are chosen by the feedback from candidates and not a panel of industry judges.

Launched by leading online recruiter Jobsite (www.jobsite.co.uk) in November 2005, RecruitRank enables candidates to feedback anonymously on the quality of an agency’s service after they have applied for a vacancy advertised by them on Jobsite. Recruiters have personal, private access to this free market research and it enables them to monitor and, if necessary, improve their service offering. The finalists within each category of the Awards were selected through a culmination of this feedback from candidates over the last 12 months.

The awards, which are in their seventh year, were held on 4th December 2012 at the exclusive Jameson Room at Bentley’s in London.

Russell Jenks, CG Consultants MD comments: ‘We are all very proud that despite such tough economic times, it appears CG Consultants manages to deliver a great service to our job seekers. We strive to offer the very best service to our clients and candidates and an award of this stature makes us determined to better ourselves even more.’

Commenting on the awards, Mike Wall, Jobsite MD, says: “We launched Jobsite’s innovative RecruitRank system as we recognise the difficulties recruitment agencies face in satisfying clients as well as candidates. It’s often a thankless task, but these awards reward hard working recruitment agencies that have performed relentlessly throughout the year and who place a real importance on looking after the candidate as well as their clients. With several thousand recruitment consultancies eligible for inclusion in the RecruitRank Awards, CG Consultants stand out as an example of best practice in the area of customer service.”