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Nigel Frank International in Line for "Best Company to Work for in New York" Hat-trick

NEW YORK, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Nominations have been recently announced for the 'Best Company to Work for in New York' awards and Nigel Frank International, the global leader in Microsoft technology recruitment, has been shortlisted for the 3rd year in a row.

All nominees have been chosen by the Best Companies Group, an independent firm that evaluates and ranks the places of employment in New York based on employee satisfaction and engagement as well as practices and policies.

In the last 12 months, Nigel Frank international has focused on maximizing its employee satisfaction rate, which in turn has resulted in significantly higher retention rates and a massive 62% headcount growth year on year.

To continue to support this phenomenal growth, Nigel Frank International has recently moved into its new US HQ at Swig Equities' 110 William Street in Manhattan's Financial District to accommodate its ambitious expansion plans.

Kevin Jarvis, President - Americas, Nigel Frank International, commented: "I'm so pleased that we've been shortlisted once again. Nigel Frank is fast becoming a 'destination' employer for ambitious graduates looking for a career in sales. We've focused on creating a dynamic and high-energy culture, providing the best training, unlimited commission and real opportunities for our people to be the leaders of tomorrow."

Nigel Frank International will be honored at a public awards dinner along with 60 other winning organizations, this will be held at the Albany, Marriott on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, from 5:45 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Note to editors:  

Nigel Frank International has carved a niche as the world's foremost provider of high calibre permanent and freelance Microsoft professionals.

Since 2006, we have helped Microsoft, thousands of Microsoft Partners, ISVs and end-users across all industry sectors recruit over 7,500 Microsoft professionals on a permanent and freelance basis.

Our singular focus on delivering high calibre professionals to our clients, in specific Microsoft technologies, has enabled us to create dedicated technology based teams with unrivalled knowledge of the marketplace.

The Best Companies to Work for in New York State program is a partnership between the NYS-SHRM, the Business Council of New York and Best Companies Group. For more information on the Best Companies to Work for in New York State program, please visit http://www.BestCompaniesNY.com

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Name Rachel Flack
+1-212-731-8242
[email protected]

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