REC Compliance TEST – Glen Callum Associates score an Impressive 100%!!!

REC Agency MemberWe are all delighted to announce that Glen Callum Associates succeeded with an impressive 100% score following the REC’s recent compliance test sitting.

The REC is the recruitment industry’s recognised body supporting its members in achieving and maintaining the highest standards of recruitment practice, through legal advice, training and guidance.

The compliance testing is a key part of the REC strategy to raise standards within the industry and promote its members as professional recruiters.  The pass rate is 80% and the Directors at Glen Callum Associates are proud to boast a more than impressive 100% score.

Following the previous round of compliance tests 83 agencies failed and were denied membership of the REC, therefore the REC benchmark has been set with regards to ensuring members are committed to upholding high standards.

Kerrie Richards, GCA Director said We are always striving to improve our services and ensuring all of our recruitment team are working towards the REC’s high standards.  We were delighted in 2014 to gain 96% in the test, however not happy with 2nd best we strove towards increasing our knowledge and the target this time was to hit the 100%.

We regularly receive positive testimonials from our clients and candidates on our service, however it’s always great to receive recognition of our expertise from our peers and the Recruitment Industries professional body.

The team at Glen Callum Associates have always prided themselves in ethical and professional recruiting but hopefully this recognition allows us both respect and a competitive edge”.

Glen Callum Associates a 100% recommended “REC” Recruitment Agency!!

 REC Compliance TEST

For more information on the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), or the ethical recruitment practice code adopted by Glen Callum Associates Ltd please get in touch on 01384 485274  or www.glencallum.co.uk or email jobs@glencallum.co.uk.

 

 

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