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'Forward thinking' recruitment firm celebrates quality review pass

Anne Corder Recruitment has retained its quality certification for the 26th consecutive year – praised for its forward-thinking and improvements for clients and job seekers.
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Anne Corder has praised her team for their achievements during this pandemic year

The Peterborough-based recruitment firm has passed its quality review, having risen to the challenges posed by the pandemic, with the team and their management methods finding particular praise.

The International Organisation for Standardisation 9001:2015 certification is recognised as an international indicator of quality, and demonstrates Anne Corder Recruitment's commitment to running an efficient and cost-effective business, as well as the attention paid to the well-being of staff and candidates alike.

To keep up the high standards in a year where businesses have been faced with the need to make challenging decisions in the face of pandemic uncertainty is something that Anne Corder is proud of. 

Speaking about the recognision, she said: "ISO certification shows our commitment to always meeting the very highest business standards. The positive impact this approach has upon candidates and clients is clear in our exceptional satisfaction ratings. We are particularly proud of this achievement this year, not least because of the challenging times everyone has faced.

"We have continued to operate a ‘business as usual’ in most unusual circumstances and of course we are once again delighted with the outcome and high praise from the inspectors who have recognised our robust and proven working ethos."

Inspectors spent time reviewing the company’s methods and systems, with an evaluation being made through record verification and sampling methodologies.

The final report made special mention of the recruitment company’s ‘comprehensive knowledge of current markets’, ‘mature and well-maintained quality management system’, ‘forward thinking’ and ‘continuous improvement aspects for clients and job seekers.’