Highest accolade for our recruitment services
28th November 2012
Here at First Call Contract Services, we are the “agency of choice” for many for the UK’s users of contract positions. This is due to our continued commitment to our clients as well as our contract workers, our value for money and our reliable and consistent service delivery.
We were therefore delighted to have our achievements recognised by The Plimsoll Analysis group who after assessing over 1000 recruitment agents awarded First Call Contract Services their highest accolade! We received the below notice last week cementing our place as one of the UK’s leading recruitment management agencies;
“Congratulations, your company has been rated as “STRONG” in a new analysis of the UK’s 1000 largest Recruitment Agencies. This is the highest accolade we award and reflects your excellent performance over the last 12 months.
What is more impressive is that you have achieved this in a difficult marketplace where 219 of your competitors are in financial danger and a record number are making a loss.
The Plimsoll Analysis – Recruitment Agencies, individually assesses the 1000 companies using the proven and easy to read Plimsoll Model. The model highlights the latest performance of each company and separates those in trouble from those getting it right. You will be surprised at some of the established names that are in real jeopardy.
The report shows you instantly, where each company is strong, what weaknesses they may have and how they have performed over the last 4 years. As a result of this analysis, we are then able to provide a rating of Strong, Good, Mediocre, Caution or Danger. These ratings expose the truth behind company performance in your market.”
We are incredibly proud of everything our staff and our labourers have achieved; if it wasn’t for their hard work and dedication First Call Contract Services wouldn’t be the company we are today so we’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that has been part of our incredible journey: THANK YOU!
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