Blue Arrow highest ranking recruitment agency on The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For List

Following the spectacular Best Companies awards ceremony in London’s Battersea Evolution on 23rd February, Blue Arrow Group is celebrating its place as the highest ranking recruitment agency in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For list. The specialist staffing company achieved 51st place on the prestigious top 100 list.

The awards which are now in their sixteenth year runs four Best Companies categories including Best Not-for-Profit Organisations, Best Small Companies (employing 50-250 staff), Best Companies (employing 250-3,000 staff) and 30 Best Big Companies (employing 3,000 plus staff).

With more than 600 staff located in 100 branch and on-site locations throughout the UK, Blue Arrow is ranked in the 100 Best Companies to Work For category for mid-size organisations.

With its highest ever 2-star ‘Outstanding’ accreditation score from employee engagement specialists Best Companies, it’s the seventh time Blue Arrow has been ranked among the top 100 companies to work for in the UK.

Fraser McLeod, Chief Executive Officer, said: “Blue Arrow has been on a transformational journey over the past few years and it is a very proud moment for us all to achieve our highest ever engagement score and be recognised as the best recruitment agency to work for.

Our people are the key to our success and we continuously invest in our staff reward, recognition, professional development and engagement programmes. We will continue to listen to our people and the annual Best Companies survey plays an important part in how we support continuous improvement across our business.”

If you’re looking for a rewarding career in recruitment working for one of the best companies in the UK visit https://www.bluearrow.co.uk/en/careers-at-blue-arrow.

Pictured: Fraser McLeod (Chief Executive Officer, Blue Arrow Group) and Lou Reed (Senior People and Development Business Partner) receiving their award from Nick Rodrigues (Supplements Editor from The Sunday Times)

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