Real Staffing Shortlisted for Top Health Service Industry Award

LONDON, UK, Feb 12, 2019 – Two brands belonging to leading global STEM recruiter, SThree plc, have been shortlisted for a prestigious healthcare award.

Computer Futures, the technology recruitment specialist and life sciences recruitment expert, Real Staffing, are in the running for the Recruitment Services Provider of the Year prize at the Health Service Journal (HSJ) Partnership Awards 2019.

Now in their second year, the awards comprise 16 categories and seek to recognise the highest calibre organisations. This year’s awards ceremony takes place at London’s Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge on March 20.

Mike Walker, Managing Partner of the UK&I at SThree, said: “I’m delighted that Computer Futures and Real Staffing have been nominated for the Recruitment Services Provider of the Year award."

“It’s fantastic that SThree and our brands are being recognised for our excellent work in this sector. Together we are playing a key role in bringing skilled people together to build the future of healthcare.”

Alastair McLellan, the editor of HSJ, said: “Congratulations to all of the shortlisted organisations and I look forward to celebrating your success at the prestigious black-tie awards dinner in March.

“The HSJ Partnership Awards highlight the invaluable work performed by the organisations that work alongside the NHS to deliver first-class patient care, shining a spotlight on their efforts which are often unseen but are essential.

“Each of the shortlisted organisations is delivering tangible benefits to NHS patients, clinicians and the facilities they use, making a real difference in these challenging economic times.”

About SThree plc

SThree PLC is STEM’s leading recruiter. Headquartered in London and listed on the FTSE all share index, SThree has 44 offices in 16 countries, of which 36 are outside the UK&I.

SThree specialises in placing experts in leading STEM roles. Our sector focus and geographical reach allows us to be global, local and niche.

SThree reported revenue of £1.3billion in 2018, up 13% from the previous year.

About Computer Futures

Computer Futures, the specialist tech recruitment business, is owned by leading global Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) recruiter SThree PLC. Established in 1986, Computer Futures employs more than 600 people across 21 countries and has been at the heart of the IT industry worldwide for more than three decades.

About Real Staffing

Real Staffing is a global leader in Life Sciences recruitment, specialising in public sector, IT, engineering, banking and finance in the UK. Established in 1998, the brand is owned by the leading global STEM recruiter SThree PLC. Operating within the Life Sciences, Public Sector, IT, Engineering, Banking and Financial Services sectors, Real Staffing has successfully filled more than 40,000 placements to date.

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Eddie Harbinson, [email protected], +44 1412227835

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