APSCo announces finalists for Service Provider Award
with Broadbean in the running
London, England 21 October 2010 -- Broadbean Technology, the global provider of job distribution and candidate response analysis technology, has long been thought of as a leader when it comes to providing quality service to its clients and partners. Integrations and intense technical advancements aside, providing quality service continues to be a priority for Broadbean as evidenced in APSCo’s recent announcement of recruitment industry awards finalists.
APSCo membership requires adherence to standards and practices that speak to the best interest of the staffing industry, as a whole. It is with great pride that Broadbean wears a badge of ethical awareness and principled mindfulness. Developing Stakeholder Groups and careful observation of Client Services and Financial activities is resultant of Broadbean’s years of consistently researching how to do it better. Through anonymous surveys and consistent communication that includes one-on-one mentoring, as well as regular manager-to-staff meetings, Broadbean is able to maintain a low staff turnover, high morale and excellent execution.
Broadbean Marketing Director, Ricky Wheeler addresses the economic struggles faced by industry hard hit, “The past 12 months have been a real challenge for all companies operating in the Staffing Sector. Broadbean have made big sacrifices, such as cutting marketing spend, in order to safeguard jobs, expand our client services and technical support teams, and to continue to invest in our training and development programs. We are very pleased to be shortlisted for this award.”
Even with the work that accompanies significant international expansion, Broadbean continues to be dedicated to staff development and retention, increasing and improving product functionality, streamlining and advancing customer support, and laying a strong financial foundation for the future. Shortlisted for many reasons, Broadbean gets it right.