CV-Library wins 'best contractor job site'

CV-Library has won ‘Best Contractor Job Site’ at The Contracting Awards 2019 on the 6/11/2019.

The UK job board believes this win recognises the companies “commitment to providing excellent service for contractors; presently it advertises over 25,000 of these roles across all sectors.”

The awards celebrate the top contract suppliers in the UK and any UK businesses that support UK contractors.

Lee Biggins, founder and CEO of CV-Library said:

We released a study earlier this year which revealed that contractor wages are drastically outpacing average pay across the UK, so we’re really excited to be supporting professionals in their contractor job search. It’s certainly an honour to have our efforts recognised and to be officially named as a leading player in the UK market.

Despite turbulent times in the UK politically and economically, we’re constantly attracting new job hunters to our site, as well as re-engaging with candidates that have used us previously. We’re also ensuring that we keep traffic levels high with our advertising efforts, so it’s fantastic to see that such a high number of contractors are using our site to search for work!

User experience is particularly important to us at CV-Library and in the current market, it’s what makes us stand out from our competition. Our excellent customer service team, coupled with the fact that we offer great value for money, ensures that our clients who hire for contractor positions know that we offer a reliable service.

We fully intend to keep up our efforts in the upcoming year to further improve user experience and maintain our position as top choice for British contractors and contractor suppliers!

The judges also commented on the service CV-Library offers, with the best Trustpilot rating in the industry at 4.5/5, compared to Indeed (3.2/5) and Totaljobs (1.5/10).

Trustpilot is a consumer review website founded in Denmark.





Darius is the editor of HRreview. He has previously worked as a finance reporter for the Daily Express. He studied his journalism masters at Press Association Training and graduated from the University of York with a degree in History.