Posted on 14/10/2014 by Jo Hodge
TPP has made a major investment in the professional development of our staff and signed up to the Institute of Recruitment Professionals Advocacy scheme.
We have enrolled 15 of our consultants on the Advocacy scheme to ensure that they stay up to date with all the latest legislation, continue their professional development, deploy best practice and are empowered with all the latest recruitment industry knowledge.
The IRP represents over 6,000 individual members who all sign up to the IRP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, which demonstrates their commitment to practicing the very highest standards of principled and professional recruitment.
REC CEO Kevin Green said: “By joining the advocacy programme, TPP is showing a long term commitment to the career progression of their recruitment staff and is supporting the REC drive to boost the professionalism and reputation of the recruitment industry.”
The Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP) was founded by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), to ensure that individual recruiters are recognised as a member of a professional industry.