“Now more than ever, work must be equitable and inclusive for our talent and clients.”JOHN CHUANG CEO, AQUENT
Aquent was recognised by Forbes on their 2022 lists of the best firms in the staffing and recruiting industries. The lists were compiled after Forbes and independent market research company, Statista, surveyed over 31,000 recruiters and 6,900 job candidates and human resources managers who had worked with recruitment agencies. “People first has been our priority since day one. Aquent is grateful to our talent and clients for nominating us for these honours,” said Aquent CEO John Chuang. In addition to Aquent's fanatical approach to customer service, the company has shown a commitment to a number of important initiatives. In terms of sustainability, they are employing an innovative approach to becoming carbon negative by the end of 2022. Aquent's focus on diversity includes the launch of its Diversity+ recruiting solution, which is helping clients achieve their workplace diversity goals. They also continue to invest in developing talent for the industry by offering free, comprehensive training to anyone in the industry—including talent not working with Aquent. Finally, Aquent has built on its commitment to providing comprehensive talent benefits like healthcare, universal paid sick leave, and retirement plans with a match. As the world's largest marketing, creative, and design staffing firm, Aquent sits at the intersection of talent and technology. They are using that unique position to transform work for the better.