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Winners at Construction Investing in Talent Awards revealed

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The winners of the inaugural Construction Investing in Talent Awards have been announced at a ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel.

The event in central London brought together almost 400 people from across construction HR, recruitment, talent and L&D to celebrate the companies and people that work so hard to attract and retain the best talent.

This is the first year for the Construction Investing in Talent Awards, launched to recognise the teams behind the stand out projects – both on site and in the office – who make them a success. They highlight best practice as well as industry talent initiatives.

The full list of winners is below – visit the Construction Investing in Talent Awards website for the full shortlist of each category.

Construction Investing in Talent Awards winners

Best Apprenticeship Scheme

  • Winner: Troup Bywaters + Anders
  • Highly commended: Redrow Homes

Best Corporate Responsibility Initiative

  • Winner: Willmott Dixon Interiors

Best Diversity and Inclusion Strategy

  • Winner: Mott MacDonald
  • Highly commended: Amey

Best Graduate Recruitment Strategy

  • Winner: Carillion

Best In-House Recruitment Team

  • Winner: Keltbray

Best Learning & Development Initiative

  • Winner: Keepmoat
  • Highly commended: Macs Plasterboard Systems

Best Place to Work

  • Winner: Hydrock

Best Recruitment Consultancy

  • Winner: Contract Scotland

Best Retention Strategy

  • Winner: BWB Consulting

Best Reward and Recognition Scheme

  • Winner: SCS Group

Best Use of Technology

  • Winner: Peter Brett Associates

Best Wellbeing Initiative

  • Winner: A-one+ Integrated Highway Services

HR Star of the Year

  • Winner: Donna Hitchcock – Colas

Innovation in Recruitment

  • Winner: Keltbray


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