Company Recognized with Gold and Silver Wins for Innovative Websites in User Interface and Experience Designed to Help Clients Connect with Top Talent
NEW YORK (November 10, 2016) -- TMP Worldwide, a global leader in talent acquisition technologies, today announced that it captured nine awards from the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA) 2016 W3 Awards, recognizing creative excellence on the web.
With nearly 5,000 entries, the W3 Awards honors outstanding websites, web marketing, web video, mobile sites/apps and social content created by some of the best interactive agencies, designers, and creators worldwide. TMP's strong performance highlights its effective use of creativity to develop online content that enables its clients to attract, engage and retain the best people. TMP won gold and silver awards across nine categories, in collaboration with some of its customers including Lowe’s Companies, Inc. and VMware each earning the highest honor of the gold award.
“With so many companies vying for attention, creating and publishing messages that are in front of candidates daily, talent marketing has to work smarter. This amplifies the need for career sites that help distinguish their employer brands and ensure they attract the right talent for their organization," said Russell Miyaki, senior vice president, Global Creative Director of TMP Worldwide. "As TMP continues to bring new creative ideas and innovations to the industry, once again, we are honored and proud to be acknowledged by the W3 Awards.”
TMP Worldwide is a global leader in talent acquisition technologies, committed to finding new ways to leverage software, strategy and creative to build talent and enhance our clients' employer brands – across every connection point. Over the past 10 years – from healthcare to government to retail to technology and everything in between – we've revolutionized the way companies and candidates connect.