We’re members of the REC, the Recruitment & Employment Confederation. But what does that mean for our clients?
Our REC Membership helps us to observe the highest principles of ethics, equity, integrity, professional conduct and fair practice in dealing with others. Plus it’s also a place for us to turn if we ever need guidance, legal advice or training. So you can have added reassurance when you’re looking for your next quality hires.
When recruitment agencies like ours join the REC, we sign up to the REC Code of Professional Practice, which requires basic statutory compliance as well as higher ethical principles. REC membership means we have to pass the REC’s compliance test on entry, and again every two years to retain membership. The REC also publish valuable research and insights and have an important role to play in improving standards within the industry.
Always use an REC recruiter
Not all recruiters are created equally, and you can waste valuable time and energy if you go to a recruiter that doesn’t practice the same high standards that REC membership requires. For example, a bad recruiter might send you countless CVs for people who aren’t actually available or able to do the job at hand or fail to perform identity checks. Find out more here.
What we offer employers
We take away the stress and the grief from our clients. All they have to do is make sure we’re briefed and be available for interviews, and we can take care of everything else. All the searching, matching and checking is done by us, which is a massive time saver for our clients ensuring they always receive a shortlist of quality candidates.
At Ten2Two we’re proud to be members of the REC and value the support they provide to our industry. Get in touch at Ten2Two.org to see how we’re making the difference to employers and flexible workers today.