Turnover Increases as Encore are Announced as one of the UKs Fastest Growth Agencies
Turnover Increases as Encore are Announced as one of the UK’s Fastest Growth Agencies
Recruitment Specialist Encore Personnel Services Limited, who have just been announced as one of the fastest growth recruitment firms in the UK, has seen turnover increase to £26 million in 2012.
Encore, who have been recognised in the fastest growth league for the second year running, have shown a compound annual growth rate of 34% over the last 3 years.
Encore Personnel, who were formed by their Director team of Greg Latham, Chris Hockey and Ian Briers, have been ranked the 4th fastest Multi-sector recruiter in the UK, after being placed 35th in 2012. (based on private recruitment businesses in the UK according to compound annual sales growth rate as measured over the most recent three-year financial reporting period.)
Managing Director Greg Latham commented, & lsquo;This is great news and shows that Encore are on track to become one of the leading recruitment organisations in the UK within the next few years. To be recognised for 2 years running shows that even during difficult economic times growth can be achieved.’
Encore Personnel have also achieved the prestigious Best Companies Award for the 6th year running, making them one of the best companies to work for in the UK. As featured in the Best Companies Guide, the Best Companies Accreditation recognises organisational excellence in the area of workplace engagement.
Chris Hockey, HR Director at Encore stated, & lsquo;We are delighted that we have been awarded with this prestigious accolade for the sixth year running, coming on the back of being announced as the Best People Development 2012 in the UK by the Institute of Recruitment Professionals.
“We realise that staff are the heart and soul of any business and nowhere is this more prominent than in recruitment - this is a great achievement for a company committed to being the best.”
Encore specialise in the supply of blue-collar personnel (logistics, manufacturing and engineering, temporary and permanent) to industry throughout the U.K, employing over 2,000 temporary staff each week through its 8 locations and 21 divisions.