Past IRP Award Winners – Why you should enter!

The IRP Awards was created by the Institute of Recruitment Professional to celebrate excellence in the recruitment industry, highlighting individuals and companies that have achieved some outstanding results. By winning an award it doesn’t only show that they are the best and brightest in the recruitment industry, but it can support your future career by differentiating you from the rest. Last year’s IRP Award Winners have taken some time out of their busy recruitment schedules to explain why you should enter the IRP Awards 2015.

 Why should you enter this year’s IRP Awards?

“Winning an IRP Award is a win for both you and your clients. It means you’re recognised in the industry, which has got to be good for anyone’s career. But, when I saw the testimonials from my clients, I was humbled.” Yvonne Skingle – Best Executive Search Consultant Award

“It’s definitely worth doing; you’re always in for a shot if you’ve had a good year.
It’s always good to differentiate yourself from the rest of the industry.” Tom Rankin – Best Newcomer Award
The judges are looking for an individual who consistently provides a first-class service so input from clients and candidates is essential. Dan Whitley – IMA Interim Consultant of the year Award

To be successful – People need to come in with a very open mind and be very determined. – David Head – Lifetime Achievement Award

You’ve heard it from the winners – why not enter with the chance to win and boost your CV! There are 18 awards up for grabs and two judges’ choice awards.

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