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The search for Asia’s top recruitment programmes

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The success of selecting and securing indispensable talent does not have a definite formula, but many HR organisations and agencies have dared to innovate and develop strategies and capitalise on resources to achieve their recruitment goals.

Their impressive hiring programmes will be recognised at The Asia Recruitment Awards, Asia’s only regional awards show dedicated to celebrating excellence in HR recruitment and talent acquisition.

The Asia Recruitment Awards 2016 is open to Asia’s best in-house HR teams and recruitment agencies.

According to Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine, winning in the recruitment programme category predicates a group’s commitment to continuous innovation and standards of excellence.

“The Asia Recruitment Awards is looking for HR professionals with recruitment programmes that key in to the needs of the workforce today to attract exemplary talent.”

Grabbing the gold award for the best graduate recruitment programme at last year’s Asia Recruitment Awards in Singapore was Maybank. The silver award went to Citibank and the bronze award was shed by BNP Paribas and PM Asia.

For the best regional programme, Cargill Asia Pacific took home the gold trophy, Novartis Consumer Health won the silver award and Elliot Scott HR Recruitment the bronze award.

The Asia Recruitment Awards – Malaysia 2015 saw L’Oreal win the gold award for best graduate recruitment programme.

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The runner-ups were Accenture and Maybank, which both grabbed the silver award, while Astro, Star Publications and Alliance Bank all claimed the bronze award. Maybank was the sole winner for the best regional recruitment programme, taking home the gold prize.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong’s gold awardee for the best graduate recruitment programme was SAP Greater China and its silver awardee was King & Wood Mallesons.

“Many HR organisations and agencies eagerly prepare for the Asia Recruitment Awards because taking home a trophy from the region’s most credible awards show in recruitment greatly validates their performance,” said Sharissa Chan, regional producer at Human Resources magazine.

“When selecting winners, the Asia Recruitment Awards 2016 looks for quality, ingenuity and results.”

The list of past Asia Recruitment Awards winners features the most respected companies in the area of people strategy & management such as Abbott Laboratories, Accenture, ANZ Bank, Astro, BASF, BNP Paribas, British American Tobacco , Cargill, Cisco CERTIS Security, Citibank, Dell, Deloitte & Touche, Deutsche Bank, GroupM, GSK, J Walter Thompson, Le Meridien Hotels, L’Oreal, Marina Bay Sands, Maybank, Media Prima, Novartis, SAP, Singapore Telecommunications, Swiss Re, and VMWare, among others.

In addition, some of the recruitment agencies which have been recognised for their excellent work includes 33 Talent, Aspire, Bo Le Associates, Capita, Charterhouse Partnership, Eilliot Scott, Kelly Services, Manpower, Michael Page, RGF, Xpand Group and many more.

To participate in Asia’s only search for the best in recruitment and talent acquisition, please visit www.asiarecruitmentawards.com or contact one of the following members of the Human Resources magazine team:

Singapore & Malaysia: Seraphine Neoh, seraphinen@humanresourcesonline.net or Tel: +65 6423 0329

Hong Kong: Angela Tong, angelat@humanresourcesonline.net or Tel: +852 2861 1882

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