What we do
The REC provides recruitment businesses with a wide range of training, legal, business and accreditation services.
The REC represents businesses through its corporate membership and individuals through the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP). All corporate members abide by a code of professional practice and individual members abide by a code of ethics and professional conduct.
How we work
Some of the REC's expert services include:
- A comprehensive start up package, teaching you the ins and outs of starting a recruitment business
- In-house legal advice as part of REC membership
- A world-class suite of business services and products, including Croner's Legal Expenses Insurance, SalarySearch and Settlements & Forecasts reports
- 19 dedicated sector groups, led by an expert policy team that lobbies government and works with a number of labour market think-tanks.
- 23 recruitment-specific training courses
- Accredited recruitment qualifications from Level 2 through to Level 5, ensuring recruitment is seen as a career of choice
- Award-winning services for individual recruiters through our Institute of Recruitment Professionals