Harvey Nash Netherlands Wins Prestigious Staffing Award
Maarssen, 19 January 2017 – Harvey Nash Netherlands has been presented with a prestigious award at an annual ceremony hosted by Staffing Awards.
The award was won in recognition of being the ‘Best Broker of the Netherlands’ overall, which was based on online references by both candidates and clients on the website Ratecard (an independent feedback tool for the flexible market), a questionnaire completed by the organisation and a jury verdict based on a video interview with the organisation. Also included were general satisfaction, overall candidate satisfaction, Net Promoter Score (NPS), quality of service and price:quality ratio.
The overall feedback from the referees revealed that Harvey Nash is energetic, has clear communication and is very transparent. “We are very impressed with the quality of Harvey Nash,” said Jeroen Sakkers Victor Mundi, the initiator of the Staffing Awards.
A short summary in numbers
- 9.4 rating on the basis of the references collected through Ratecard
- Net Promoter Score (NPS) of +83
Jan-Leen ‘t Jong, Managing Director of Harvey Nash Netherlands commented:
“We are very pleased to once again win a Staffing Award. We are proud that we can call ourselves the ‘Best Broker of the Netherlands’, especially since it is an award that we won on the basis of fantastic references of customers, freelance professionals and suppliers, and also, because we have received a great review from the professional and independent Staffing Awards jury. We put our customers first so that they don’t have to worry and can focus on their core business. The credentials of our customers, suppliers and independent professionals speak appreciation of the quality of our services and cooperation. A great incentive to continue our approach and commitment!”
For the full press release (in Dutch) visit the Harvey Nash Netherlands website – http://www.harveynash.com/nl/nieuws-blogs/nieuws/harvey-nash-wint-staffing-award-1.asp
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