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GCS wins Best Recruitment Website award

GCS wins Best Recruitment Website award

Building on their nomination last year, recruitment specialist GCS has gone one step further and won the Best Small Employers Website award at Alljobsuk.coms National Online Recruitment Awards 2009. The website, www.join.gcsltd.com, beat out strong competition from a distinguished field of nominees, including Innocent Drinks.
The recognition and praise for our recruitment website is fantastic comments GCS Business Continuity Manager Grahame Winman. We have put a great deal of time and resource into making sure that it is appealing and exciting to job seekers, whilst remaining highly informative about what a career with GCS entails. It accurately portrays the reality of our business an I am obviously delighted that the awards committee held our site in such high regard.
The website offers case studies of active GCS staff success stories that are certain to motivate the reader and turn sceptics into applicants. Also to be found on the site are sections clearly explaining the roles on offer, the company culture and GCS commitment to training and professional development. Indeed, it is a level of commitment that has unquestionably contributed to the companys accreditation as an Investor in People and its 30th placing in the Sunday Times 100 best companies to work for.
On hand for the awards were GCS London Permanent Manager Ross Bartram and Midlands Office Manager Richard Knights and (picture attached). It was a tremendous feeling to hear GCS announced as the winner says Bartram. The last year has been a very difficult time for recruitment agencies he continues but our UK operations have been impressively resilient to the economic downturn and our outstanding recruitment website has helped us ensure we have the best team available. In spite of the frosty financial climate, GCS has continued to hire staff throughout 2009 and plans to further bolster its ranks with a recruitment drive across the London, Birmingham and Reading offices in early 2010.

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