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NRL Group celebrate double contracting award win

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NRL Group celebrate double contracting award win

  • Publish Date: Posted over 4 years ago
  • Author: Marketing Team

​Recruitment experts NRL Group have reaffirmed their position as leaders in the Engineering contractor market with a double award win at The Contracting Awards 2019.

The awards, held on Wednesday 6th November, recognised the top service providers to the contracting community.

NRL’s Recruitment business was named the Best Contractor Recruitment Agency in the Engineering category, after impressing judges with high quality labour solutions and a strong reputation within the market for delivering fully compliant services in highly regulated sectors such as nuclear, power generation, oil and gas.

Where as Best Outsourced Contractor Organisation was awarded to Linx on the night – an innovative NRL Group business that drives efficiencies in the contingent labour workforce through supply chain engagement and data insight. NRL’s international operations were also shortlisted for their International Assignment Support that helps overseas contractors with visa and payroll services to ensure they remain compliant throughout their project.

Discussing the award wins NRL Group’s Chief Operating Officer David Redmayne said,

"We’ve supported engineering contractors for over 35 years, so it’s great to be recognised as a leader in the contracting marketplace.

Our recruitment branches provide temporary and permanent workers to our clients with robust processes to ensure compliance in the most complex engineering markets – our high client and colleague retention rate which rewards us with long-term relationships is testament to the great service we provide.

Our Linx business was developed after we recognised that outsourced recruitment could be approached differently – working with clients to create an agile contingent workforce solution that drives value in the supply chain whilst ensuring the flexibility required to deliver engineering operations. To be recognised for successfully delivering complex solutions is high praise indeed.”

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