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The success of a company is driven not only by the quality of its talent, but by its ability to identify and hire such quality talent.
Hence, in-house recruitment teams with a deep understanding on the talent needs of organisations are crucial to driving the company forward.
That is why the Asia Recruitment Awards 2016 honoured the best in-house recruitment teams that are able to help take their organisations to the next level.
Recruiters from Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) won the heart of the judges for the category, winning gold awards in Singapore and Hong Kong.
“We want the best talent working at ANZ,” Li-Ki Khaw, head of HR at ANZ, said.
“With a global recruitment model in place, our recruitment team is strongly positioned to access and secure great talent from across the region. To capitalise on this strength, we have further enhanced our internal capabilities to build global talent pipelines through proactive sourcing activities and introduce cross border talent acquisition initiatives aligned to our business’ strategy.”
In the Asia Recruitment Awards 2016, Singapore, MSD International (Singapore branch) and Infocomm Development Authority were the silver award winners, with Manulife Financial Asia picking up the bronze award.
Over at the awards in Hong Kong, the silver award went to DBS and Sino Hotels won bronze.
In the Malaysia edition of the awards, Intel won gold, Felda Global Ventures was awarded silver, while HSBC pocketed bronze.
The Asia Recruitment Awards, held for the second consecutive year, are the region’s premier awards for recognising and rewarding excellence in recruitment, across in-house recruitment teams as well as recruitment agencies, held in Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.
All entries submitted were judged by a pool of more than 60 senior HR practitioners from the corporate and public sector across Asia.