Sheffield Broadband Firm Welcomes New Staff

15th April 2014

Innovative recruitment company Benchmark has helped Sheffield broadband firm Ask4 bolster its growing team.

Benchmark, the winner of the Yorkshire Post Excellence in Business Award, are entrusted with all of Ask4's recruitment needs, highlighting the company's position as South Yorkshire's preferred local recruitment supplier. Ask4, which was launched in Sheffield 11 years ago and currently employs a work force of more than 80, is now the UK's leading independent supplier of broadband Internet services to multiple tenanted residential developments. It is the country's fastest student and residential broadband provider and was recently a finalist in two categories of the Internet Service Providers' Association UK Internet Industry Awards. Ask4 Group Head of People Cherie Wilbraham: "Here at Ask4 we believe that a business is nothing more than a collection of talented people working together to create value. We want to build the best team in the world, and so when we met Reagan we knew that the team at Benchmark had understood our business and what it takes to join our team. Benchmark don't just act like any other recruitment agency, their consultative approach to every project they undertake is a reflection of how deeply they care about your business and finding your dream candidate. Our strategic partnership with Benchmark has been very successful in the past and I am sure that they will continue to support Ask4 as we develop our standing as one of the North's best employers." Benchmark, based at the Workstation in Sheffield, were tasked with finding a new face of the business. Regan underwent Benchmark's competency-based interview process designed to pin point an individual's key strength and identify what kind of organisation will be the correct culture fit. -Regan has such a great attitude, this is just the break she is looking for and we know she will maximise her opportunities working at this great firm says Amy Tingle Director of Benchmark.

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