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NES continues league table ascent

NES continues league table ascent
 
Recruitment firm, NES is celebrating another rise in its position within the Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 250 league table, up 17 places on last year to 164th position.
 
The league table, Britains largest for mid-market private companies, ranks organisations by turnover and was published as a supplement in the business section of the Sunday Times (19.10.08).
 
We are confident in our abilities, which is why we offer guarantees that apply to a range of our services, from client-led advertising and reference & qualification checking, to our core recruitment service, begins says Neil Tregarthen, chief executive of the NES Group. This means our clients can be sure that we are literally prepared to put our money where our mouth is to meet their requirements, taking our service to a level that very few others are prepared to go, he adds.
 
Neil maintains that, by operating on a discipline specific basis, his recruitment consultants are incredibly knowledgeable about the sectors that they support, which further reinforces the companys reputation. It is this, he insists, that has helped NES to grow over the past year and move up the Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 250 league table as it has done so.

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