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Winning Streak for Liverpool Short-term Recruitment Specialist Red Wig Wam

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The awards recognise commitment to innovation and the outstanding accomplishments achieved by the best firms and individuals from a diverse range of sectors. Voted ‘Best Temp Recruitment Agency 2018’, RedWigWam was founded to revolutionise how employers and staff find each other to fill part-time, ad-hoc and short-term positions as quickly as possible. Along with receiving the Feefo Trusted Service Award in March, the accolade is a testament to RedWigWam’s status as one of the UK’s most disruptive businesses.

CEO of RedWigWam, Lorna Davidson, comments: “We’re delighted to win ‘Best Temp Recruitment Agency’ at the UK Enterprise Awards and be recognised as industry pioneers. Traditionally, the temporary and flexible work market has been managed by job boards and agencies, all doing the same thing, with no added value.

For many years, the market has had a bad reputation, with staff failing to turn up and we knew things had to change – recruitment needed to be done better, and faster. Receiving this award is a testament to the hard work our team puts in.”

Using RedWigWam’s online platform, employers can post jobs for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The roles are then matched to fully-vetted workers who have the correct skills and time to take them on. RedWigWam has more than 61,000 workers available (a number which is growing daily) for part-tine, ad-hoc and short-term positions with clients who include; Carlsberg, Innocent, Papa Johns, Centre Plate, Subway and DeeSet.

Labelled as one of the UK’s Top 50 Disruptive Businesses, the UK Enterprise Award is another trophy to add to RedWigWam’s growing cabinet.

 

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