Admiral Recruitment sponsors Corporate Receptionist of the Year Award

Admiral Recruitment is sponsoring the inaugural Corporate Receptionist of the Year Award, which recognises and celebrates exceptional front of house receptionists working in the corporate sector.

The competition is open to any receptionist working in a corporate organisation, whether directly for that organisation or through a third-party contractor service provider. It is open to front-line employees, not supervisors, managers or more senior personnel.

Greg Mace, managing director of Rapport, the driving force behind the new award, says that it has been launched to showcase brilliant receptionists in the corporate world.

“This award is something that I have wanted to do for some time now,” he said. “It means that we can shine a light on the amazing receptionists working in the corporate front of house sector and showcase the exciting roles and rewarding  career opportunities available.

“It has been fantastic to see the response from senior executives from many leading front of house services companies who have offered their support with promoting the award and judging the entries.”

Paula Rogers, founder of Admiral Recruitment said: “We welcome this initiative and are delighted to support it as corporate receptionists play such an important role as ambassadors to an organisation’s ethos and quality standards.

“First impressions count, and there are so many individuals who deserve recognition for their unfailing attention to detail and professionalism.”

Admiral Recruitment works in partnership with a select portfolio of high profile clients to provide tailored front of house talent, from senior reception management through to reception, concierge and back office roles.

For over 24 years, this owner-managed, specialist company has built its entire reputation on the relationships it holds with clients and candidates, with placements ranging from senior management to junior in permanent, interim and short-term roles.

“We know first-hand the difference a good receptionist can make to a company’s reputation. This award celebrates a role which seldom gets the recognition it deserves.”

Prizes include development training, a trip to New York, a meal for two in a Michelin-starred restaurant in London plus many more. Entries close on 28th February via

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