Recruitment win Best in Pharma, Engineering and Science
The team from HERO Recruitment were centre stage, again this year, for the The National Recruitment Federation (NRF) 11th annual recruitment awards. The prestigious gala ceremony took place in The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin and there was not a spare seat in the house with 340 delegates sitting down for dinner. The event which was presented by Gavin Duffy of Dragon’s Den had agencies from all over the country in attendance.
This year HERO Recruitment scooped the title of ‘Best in Practice – Pharma/Engineering and Science’, a highly competitive category within the industry.
“We’re thrilled to be be acknowledged in this way’, said Michelle Kilcar, Director of HERO Recruitment, ‘We’re always striving to raise the bar in recruitment, for our clients and candidates. To be honoured by our peers in this highly competitive category, in a highly competitive industry, shows we are right on track.” The award comes at a time when HERO Recruitment is celebrating 20 years in business with offices in Galway, Cork and Dublin. Best in Practice award is a fitting tribute to this progressive agency who insist on punching above their weight at every opportunity.
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Bimi Felix, Edel Kelly, Sarah Mill, Niamh Hlubek, Caroline Kingston, Roisin McNamara & Michelle Kilcar of HERO Recruitment Ltd and Susan Phelan of Project House.
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