London, United Kingdom - Camino Partners has re-launched its popular ‘Unsung Heroes’ recruitment awards today (February, 5th, 2024).
The new-look awards seek to recognise supporting staff –non-recruiting personnel- working within the recruitment sector (IE; compliance, marketing, finance, operations, legal).
February will see the new-look awards, which are free to enter, kicking-off by inviting nominations for legal and compliance professionals working within the sector.
Each monthly category winner receives a voucher, certificate and will be entered into the annual awards draw, which takes place at the end of 2024.
Nominators can enter their Unsung Hero into the awards, here; Unsung Heroes Awards | Camino Partners.
"It's amazing to be recognising the hard work of supporting personnel working within the recruitment sector, said Jordan King, managing consultant at Camino Partners, who also specialises in recruiting within the Legal and Compliance sector for other recruitment companies.
“Each month offers an opportunity to recognise a different section of back-off personnel, with the sector.
"This month we are celebrating the amazing and unsung contributions of legal and compliance professionals who work really hard as the backbone of many recruitment companies.
"I'm looking forward to seeing the nominations for February to kick-off our new look awards experience."
January’s awards received a record number of nominations, with the winner set to be announced shortly.
The awards categories change each month and a full agenda for 2024’s categories can be found on the nominations page.
This is the second year Camino Partners has run the awards, with several hundred Unsung Heroes from across the recruitment sector having been nominated so far, since the experience was launched in 2022.
The Unsung Heroes awards follow the Camino Partners' mission statement of celebrating and recruiting the ‘Unsung Heroes’ in the recruitment sector and helping recruitment companies to seek and appoint top talent and build world-class support functions.