REC Business Partners 

REC Business Partners are selected for their ability to deliver a unique, specialised offering exclusive to REC Members. So whether you’re looking for a better and more comprehensive insurance offering, recruitment software or flexible meeting venues for your business, there is a business partner to suit your needs. and saves member agencies time and hassle bringing together specialist suppliers to the industry in one place.

REC Business Partners are carefully selected for their relevance and experience in the recruitment industry and must satisfy a number of pre-requisites before being accepted as REC Business Partners.

Become a partner 

The REC works with suppliers to the recruitment industry in a number of different ways and there are a variety of different communications channels for which the REC can support your requirements.  Become a partner or sponsor - we can support you. Find out more. 

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    InterSoftware Sale offering 25% off software licenses for all REC members on new software licenses ordered before 24th December 2016!

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    KPMG Small Business Accounting-4 Ways to Get Your Client to Pay on Time

    Whatever way you look at it, paying for a recruitment service that has been successfully delivered, outside of the agreed payment terms, is both commercially and ethically wrong. However, that doesn’t stop some clients from employing bully-boy tactics, including withholding payments.

    Maintaining a healthy level of cash flow is difficult enough for small businesses like recruitment firms, without having to factor in irregular payments from clients. To remove this additional worry, we’re going to take a look at four strategies you can use to help get your clients to pay on time.

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