As the professional body for recruitment we’re determined to make businesses more successful by helping them secure the people they need. As the voice of the industry, we campaign on behalf of the UK’s recruitment industry and represents recruiters’ views at the highest levels of government.
On 29 March 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May invoked Article 50(2) of the Lisbon Treaty of the EU, giving the UK two years to negotiate its withdrawal from the EU.
Tax is a multi-faceted policy brief that cuts across all of our sectors in some way. Our work in this area is very much geared towards ensuring a level playing field for all our members.
The Good Recruitment campaign, created by businesses for businesses, exists to promote the critical importance that good recruitment practice plays in organisational success.
A wealth of tools, events, workshops, seminars and research to help your business grow.
The REC is the trusted voice of the recruitment industry in an uncertain political and economic climate. Membership gives me access to a wealth of industry specific information and MI which can help my business better predict and plan in these uncertain times.
We have seen at first- hand the excellent work that the REC does behind the scenes on behalf of its members and would definitely encourage other members to get more involved and share their skills.
We're in recruitment for the right reasons. I genuinely believe in what we do and want to give as much to our clients and candidates. That's why we're a part of the REC
Jacqueline Hilton FIRP
When I think about what the REC can provide to a recruitment business, I need not look any further than the service that has been provided to my business. The free Legal Helpline and model contracts are an invaluable asset to any business big or small.