CK Group was one of 28 suppliers recently recognised at a virtual ceremony by KellyOCG, the outsourcing and consulting group of Kelly, with a Supplier Excellence Award. The award celebrates the superior workforce solutions that CK has provided, with a focus on service, results, and a strategic partnership that have made a significant positive impact on the KellyOCG business.
Award winners represent top-performing suppliers across North America, EMEA and APAC, and make up less than 1% of the total KellyOCG supply chain – which includes 3000 active partnerships across 140 countries.
The tenth annual event celebrated this year’s honourees, which included four diversity-owned suppliers within the KellyOCG Supplier Excellence and Going the Extra Mile award categories, as well as a Rookie of the Year award recipient.
CK Group was one of 26 Supplier Excellence Award winners. Winners in this category are evaluated on performance across several programs for hires, response and hit rates, legal compliance, and operational partnerships with Kelly Stakeholders.
“Our global supplier community is essential to supporting our customers with talent solutions that solve their most challenging workforce needs, and move their business forwards. We congratulate all of our 2021 Supplier Award winners and thank them for their ongoing partnership and support” said Pam Sands, Vice President of Product Management and Partnerships for Kelly. “CK Group is among an elite group of high-performing suppliers who are critical to the work of the future. We’re honoured to recognise them for their expectional performance connecting customers with the full spectrum of top talent around the world.”
Jonathan Hart-Smith, Director of CK Group, said “We are delighted to have won the Supplier Excellence Award for the seventh time, an award that is received by less than 1% of the global supplier base. I would like to congratulate and thank our Key Accounts Team for all of their hard work and accomplishments, they have made a real difference to many peoples’ lives.”