Dallas and Chicago offices win new award

Frank Recruitment Group has added to its ever-expanding trophy cabinet, having won Best and Brightest Companies To Work For awards for both its Dallas and Chicago offices.

The Best and Brightest awards, presented by the National Association for Business Resources, recognize organizations throughout the United States that deliver incredible commitment to their employees as well as delivering exemplary human resources practices.

“We’re delighted to pick up another award that recognizes our hard work,” said Rowan O’Grady, President of Americas at Frank Recruitment Group. “We don’t just want to be the best recruitment company in the world, but as these awards prove, we want to be the best to work for as well.”

With a range of employee wellbeing initiatives on offer for employees, such as early finishes to focus on mental health, to free yoga and exercise classes and classes to support wellbeing across a range of subjects such as diet and finance, the company has demonstrated a commitment to creating a better workplace for all.

“Recruitment can be a stressful environment to work in,” added Zoë Morris, President at Frank Recruitment Group. “But the wellbeing of our staff is a massive focus for us as a business. Being recognized for the hard work we carry out week in, week out to make this a better place to work brings us an enormous sense of pride.”

The awards have an impressive roster of fellow winners, with names such as T-Mobile, BlackBerry and Aldi all having won previously, too. “The 2022 winning organizations have stood out during unpredictable times and have proven they are an employer of choice,” said Jennifer Kluge, President and CEO of NABR and The Best and Brightest Program. “They continue to keep the needs of their employees first and provide perks that include, development, wellbeing, work-life balance, rewards and recognition. In addition these winning companies offer a fantastic work culture and workplace environment that attracts and retains superior employees.”

Winning companies in the competition are assessed by an independent research firm, using a range of metrics to gauge success in areas that include, amongst others, compensation, benefits, wellness, diversity, equity and inclusion, work-life blend, employee enrichment, engagement and retention, and community initiatives and corporate responsibility.

“As ever with awards, this isn’t us feeling like our work is done, it’s just the beginning” added Zoë. “We want to continue to be a world-leading place of work, so we’re committed to finding new and innovative ways to support our staff. I’m delighted that our colleagues in Dallas and Chicago feel this, and look forward to our other locations around the world also seeing this being recognized in future.” With a strong emphasis on a positive employee culture, recognition in the awards goes to back up that Frank Recruitment Group isn’t just going beyond to deliver for its customers, but it’s also empowering its staff as well.

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