Crown Congratulates Pick of the Cherries

Ruislip, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 11, 2012 -- Crown Relocations would like to congratulate AMEC Natural Resources' EWA Recruitment Team - this year's winners of the cHeRries' Finders Keepers - Recruitment & Retention award. Barry Koolen, Regional Managing Director at Crown Relocations presented the accolade at the fifth annual cHeRries Awards which celebrate outstanding human resources (HR), recruitment and training achievements in the north-east of Scotland.

The honours were presented at a ceremony in the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, attended by almost 600 of the region's leading business professionals and hosted by financial expert, journalist and television presenter Jasmine Birtles.

"We are proud to support these local awards and to sponsor the Finders Keepers - Recruitment & Retention award, as at Crown Relocations, we recognise that staff are a business' greatest asset," said Barry Koolen, Regional Managing Director at Crown Relocations.

Nominations for next year's cHeRries Awards will open in November, with the awards taking place next June.

For further information please contact: Julie Dean or Hannah Keddie from Grayling, on behalf of Crown Relocations. Tel: 02380 382 970 or email: julie.dean@grayling.com

About Crown Relocations

The Crown Worldwide Group was established in 1965. It is a privately held company with over 250 offices in 55 countries, including offices across the UK (including London, the Midlands, Northern England and Scotland). Crown Records Management provides management and storage of business information. Crown Relocations provides global relocation services for corporations, private clients and diplomats. Crown Logistics provides other specialised commercial import/export, freight forwarding and distribution services. Visit our websites: http://www.moveoverseas.co.uk, http://www.crownworldwide.com.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 11, 2012 at 5:43 am
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