Tate Announces Winner Of Sixth Prize In 21st Anniversary Competition

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Tate is celebrating its 21st year.

Tate, specialists in office recruitment both on the temporary and permanent side, is celebrating its 21st year. As part of the celebration, Tate is running a monthly competition for its clients with some fantastic prizes to be won. Last month's prize was £400 worth of Tiffany vouchers and was won by a client of Tate Southampton - Kate Hatts from a local blue chip company. Kate said, "I am thrilled to bits to have won the Tiffany vouchers. Saving for a house doesn't give you much of an opportunity to be completely self-indulgent! The competitions are fab that Tate run and winning has well and truly made my month! Bring on the bling!"

The competition goes live on the 21st of each month and every month there is a fantastic prize to be won by one of our lucky clients. This month, our clients have the opportunity to win a spa break at Champneys!

Established in 1985, Tate has evolved through innovation, service excellence, passion and a strong belief in its core values. These values have allowed Tate to grow into a network of nineteen offices across the UK, offering the best office staff with a high quality service, everywhere, all the time.

Tate offers a complete portfolio of recruitment solutions spanning temporary, contract and permanent staff, through to full outsourcing of the office recruitment function. We specialise in the recruitment and placement of the best; PAs' Secretaries, Receptionists, Administrators, Customer Service, Data Entry Staff.

For the last 21 years, we have been sourcing and placing the most able candidates into organisations deserving of their talents. Such is our confidence in delivering a superior standard of service, we offer the industry unique Tate Watertight Guarantee. Complete satisfaction or a full refund - which is real motivation to be the best, everywhere, all the time.

For more information on Tate - http://www.tate.co.uk

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Alison Recordon
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