Hertfordshire County Council

December 2003
Personnel Today;Personnel Today Awards 2003, p31
Trade Publication
Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) received the TMP/Hudson Global Resources Award For Innovation in Recruitment and Retention. HCC is the biggest employer in Hertfordshire with 25,000 staff. The company created a Recruitment Centre, delivered in partnership with Manpower, which provides a fully integrated recruitment service, from advertising, provision of temporary staff to management and administration of permanent recruitment and redeployment. Major savings of the company are projected to be $3 million by year 5.


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