Berry Recruitment Hendon picked up a number of major awards presented by its parent company despite a year of lockdowns.
It also won the highest net profit per head award and its manager Amanda Holmes again won the highly-prized top biller award.
Consultant Bilal Baree won a star award and the only regret was that there was no ceremony due to the lockdown restrictions.
The achievements of the team of four was remarkable and continues its run of success that goes back more than a decade.
Manager Amanda said: “It was a really tough year and like all the other branches we had to adapt and change.
“The group gave a us a lot of support but as a team here we really pulled together and worked hard.
“No branch has ever won the most profitable branch award and the highest gross profit per head award together so that is a real achievement.
“We are lucky because the workers we employ and find temporary work for are very good and extremely reliable.
“Many were key workers and the country couldn’t have got through the pandemic and the lockdowns without them.
“Like all branches we are looking for candidates especially for driving and roles within the industrial sector.
“The economic recovery does really seem to be picking up and clients who had suffered due to the lockdowns are now returning looking for staff.”
Lee Gamble, managing director of Berry Recruitment, said: “Once again the Hendon branch has been superb.
“They have been consistent award winners for many years and through the pandemic have again shown how good they are.
“Recruitment has been extremely challenging over the last year and it continues to be so with a lack of candidates.”