Office specialist recruitment consultancy Tate have been awarded a place in the Sunday Times Best 100 Small Companies for the tenth consecutive year, earning them a second award for their decade-long commitment to their employees.
On February 22nd the Sunday Times named the 100 best small companies to work for and presented a host of individual award categories, including Tate’s ‘Ten Year Achievement’. These awards showcase the very best in workplace engagement and are the longest-running and most respected of their kind.
The Senior Leadership Team at Tate attribute their success largely to the well-defined business objectives adopted by their employees. “We are delighted to be placed again in the Times Top 100 best companies to work for and be awarded a special 10th year award,” said David Clubb, Managing Director. “Staff engagement is at the heart of our values and it is great to have this consistently recognised by our employees and by Best Companies’ 3 star rating.”
This prestigious award follows a series of wins for Tate, including ‘Small to Medium Business of the Year’ at the Hertfordshire Business Awards. However, Tate’s approach is not solely for the benefit of its employees, as David Clubb explains: “We see no need in altering our values when it comes to employees, clients or candidates. We aim to provide our employees with the right tools and skills to provide an unbeatable service to our clients, which in turn helps us to connect businesses with truly talented candidates.
“At the end of the day our business is about relationships and trust, so we’re happy for anyone to get in touch if they want to be part of our unique vision for the industry.”
Tate provides high-calibre candidates for office support and specialist roles on a temporary and permanent basis. They recruit for a wide range of positions including HR managers, marketing specialists, executive PAs, administrators, call centre staff and receptionists. They have a client list that includes both multinationals and local firms with 26 branches nationwide.