ACCOUNTANCY AGE JOBS has scooped the Best Trade Publication at the National On-line Recruitment Awards.
The ‘NORAs’ are the online recruitment industry’s biggest event, and have been running for 12 years.
Sales director Sacha Cunningham said the award will give his team a huge lift: “The competition was pretty tough in the shape of Drapers Jobs, Management Today Jobs, TES Jobs and Nursing Times Jobs but AAJ delivered. A big well done to the team. I’m confident that being an award winner will boost the sales story as we move into 2013.”
This award is awarded to the recruitment section of a specialist trade or industry publication and was judged for the following criteria:
Ease of use, design, layout & speed;
Volume of available vacancies;
Volume of claimed visitors;
Available facilities for jobseekers;
Prominence in targeted market;
Where applicable, the mobile website and any application for a mobile platform will be taken into account; and
Use of extended social media to reach candidates.
Many congratulations from the rest of the Accountancy Age team.
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