RMS Talent Acquisition Team Wins 2015 EMEA Candidate Experience Award
NEWARK, Calif. -
December 21, 2015 -
RMS, the world’s leading catastrophe risk management firm, today announced it has been awarded the 2015 EMEA Candidate Experience Award. The award, won by RMS for the fourth year running, celebrates companies that consistently provide their job applicants with a superior candidate experience. RMS accepted the award during the First Annual Candidate Experience Symposium in London on December 1, 2015.
“Winning the EMEA Candidate Experience Award for the 4th year running is a tribute to our commitment to use the industry’s best recruitment practices and deliver a transparent hiring process for the candidate,” said Oliver Luscombe, lead recruiter, Europe and APAC at RMS. “Our Talent Acquisition team along with hiring managers work hard to create a strong and positive first impression to the candidate, by ensuring we provide timely and high-touch candidate support along with fair, appropriate, and consistent assessment methods. This empowers candidates and hiring managers to make more informed decisions on whether RMS will offer the best long term career opportunity for the individual.”
Companies presented with the award have consistently received the highest positive ratings from candidates, including those who were unsuccessful in securing a position at the company. Most notably, RMS was one of only four winners among 150 participating companies to be given the “With Distinction” designation, identified for implementing exceptional and innovative practices throughout the recruiting process. RMS now holds the most wins within the EMEA region.
Talent Board is a non-profit organization dedicated to using data benchmarking as a tool for research in quality candidate experience. RMS’s Talent Acquisition team will soon receive their own data, taken from candidate experience surveys, as well as data from the other winning companies, to continue enhancing their hiring process.
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