greenbean by NRG are proud to become members of APSCo, the membership body dedicated to understanding and supporting the needs of recruitment firms involved in professional staffing
APSCo was formed to give all firms involved in the recruitment of professional talent that have a commitment to excellence, the specialist support and distinctive voice they need to be successful.
greenbean by NRG has access to an innovative range of services and the latest insights from recruitment industry experts, ensuring our team is providing the best service using the most up to date techniques and insight for our clients.
APSCo provides member firms with an innovative range of services designed for them by recruitment experts. These services are geared to the specific needs of recruitment companies involved in the recruitment of professional talent and are designed to enhance business growth and performance.
Being a member of APSCO, greenbean by NRG clients can be assured that they are partnering with a professional recruitment firm that is committed to best practice and achieving the highest quality standards supported by a brand with an international reputation for excellence.
“APSCo is delighted to welcome greenbean by NRG into its membership. All of our members have to commit to a strict Code of Conduct and a rigorous, independently verified, referencing process that means that APSCo is a trusted badge of quality for candidates and employers. It’s not easy to become an APSCo member and the fact that greenbean by NRG embraced this process shows their commitment to excellence.” Ann Swain, APSCo Global CEO.
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