IRP Advocacy is a commitment to staff to support their career development by signing them up for individual membership of the IRP. It shows the Advocate is dedicated to the industry as a whole, and assures candidates and clients they adhere to the highest codes of practice.
We asked Helen Lacey, Managing Director of Red Berry Recruitment, why they became IRP Advocates, and why they think it’s important for their business.
Taking the security of professional data and files for granted is a recipe for disaster. You only have to look at the recent NHS computer hack to see how significant poor investment in anti-virus software and digital security can be. This blog provides simple but invaluable tips on how to ensure your clients and candidates data is kept safe against potential cyber-attacks.
Entries for the 2017 IRP Awards are now open, offering a unique opportunity to shout about your success and win the recognition and industry-wide celebration your hard work and achievements deserve.
Gain the recognition you deserve
Entering the IRP Awards will place you at the centre of attention within a highly competitive industry, where standing out from the crowd carries weight with both clients, candidates and future employers.
Still not sure about entering? Take a read of our top 6 reason why YOU should enter the IRP Awards this year.
Plus, watch our video to get our top tips for writing an IRP Award winning entry:
Discover the categories and enter online
Entries for both individual and company categories are now OPEN for all members of the IRP and REC – so download your entry pack and head over to the IRP Awards 2017 website today to share your success.
Lucy is a consultant at Meridian Business Support, and was the top student in February’s Level 3 Certificate in Recruitment Practice (CertRP) exam. We asked Lucy how she found the qualification.
How many times have you missed out on placing the perfect candidate due to their poor interview performance? You might know exactly what your client is looking for from an interview, but you can’t be in the room with your candidate to ensure things go smoothly. You can however put candidates in the best position for interview success by offering simple coaching and tips before the big day.