Friday, June 5, 2020

Success adds up for accountancy recruitment agency

Accountancy recruitment agency Astute Recruitment has been awarded the accolade of Best Small Business Recruitment Company at the CV Magazine Recruitment Awards 2016.

The CV Magazine 2016 Recruitment Awards aim to reward and recognise the very best consultants, recruiters and industry experts from around the world, regardless of business size or reputation.

Mary Maguire, director at the Derby-based agency, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this accolade by CV Magazine, which has a global network of 130,000 CEO’s, directors and other top-level decision makers, investors across IT, training, manufacturing, marketing, design, retail and more. It is amazing for all of the team here at Astute to have received this recognition from our peers!

“We work hard to ensure that we provide a fantastic service to all of our clients, who are looking for bespoke recruitment support across the accountancy sector and it is clearly paying off. 2016 has been a really busy year for us and we are so proud of all we have achieved so far”.

The consultancy has experienced a flurry of successes this year, earning the title of East Midlands Business of the Year at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) Chartered Accountant of the Year Awards, and has been shortlisted by Forward Ladies as Best Emerging SME Business of the Year in the Midlands.

Steve Simpson, awards co-ordinator at CV Magazine, said: “This awards programme recognises the hard work, professionalism and dedication of those whose role it is to keep the global job market moving. As such it is my great honour to turn the spotlight on our deserving winners, and I would like to wish them the best of fortunes in the future”.

Through educating, advising and partnering SME business owners Astute Recruitment’s team advise business owners as to best practice in terms of HR, business and financial performance.

Maguire added: “All of our recent successes are a testament to our team’s hard work and we are so pleased to be recognised both in the Midlands and nationally”.

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