Huxley recruitment consultancy named one of UK’s great places to work again

This fantastic achievement means that Huxley Associates is one of just a few companies to have been presented with the prestigious Laureate award by the Great Places to Work institute.

The result was announced during a glitzy ceremony held at the National Maritime Museum in London last night.

The institute defines a Great Place to Work as a company in which employees trust the people they work for, have pride in what they do, and enjoy the people they work with.

The award-winning recruitment consultancy was delighted to have once again been named as one of the best companies in the country to work for, particularly as its Amsterdam office was selected as the seventh best place to work in the Netherlands just last month by Great Places to Work judges.

Andy Nimmo, Huxley Associates Career Development Manager, said he was delighted to learn that Huxley had once again been recognised as a great place to work.

He said: “It is no coincidence that our dedication to make Huxley a fun and motivational environment comes from the knowledge that it results in doing good business. These awards recognise that we want everybody to enjoy the job they do, trust the company they work for and take pride in what they do – values which we as a company are very proud to have.”

It was also in April that Huxley Associates placed at 14th in the Britain’s Top Employers book following an independent assessment by the Corporate Research Foundation.

These accolades reflect the importance Huxley Associates places on creating a fantastic working environment for its employees.

The success of the company to date can be attributed to the strength of the people it employs and the Great Places to Work and Top Employers awards have proved to be extremely effective in attracting the very best individuals to apply.

Huxley Associates provides exceptional permanent and contract recruitment services to the IT, Accountancy and Finance, Engineering, Global Markets, Banking Technology and Human Resources sectors.

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