Your employees are the cogs driving your business wheel. That’s why there’s no better investment than the one you make in your people. If they feel supported, secure and nurtured, they will give you their loyalty and commitment to be the best.
Becoming an IRP Advocate means signing your staff up to individual IRP membership. It shows them, your clients and candidates, that you are a business striving to uphold world-class recruitment standards and you are serious about your people.
They get all the benefits that come with being an IRP member, AND they know you’re serious about them. It’s a win-win scenario.
We spoke to Steve Jeffers, HR director at Meridian Business Support, to find out why they signed up for IRP Advocacy and what it means for them.
Here’s some of his key points:
It’s a programme that sets you apart as an employer of choice.