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Rullion becomes IRP Advocate

Rullion becomes IRP Advocate
Rullion Recruitment has become the latest REC Corporate Member to be an Advocate for the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP).
The Advocacy Programme has been designed by REC for its Corporate Members who are committed to raising and establishing standards and positioning recruitment as a reputable and credible profession. The Advocacy Programme helps recruitment companies use IRP as a business tool, and so enhances both company brand and reputation.
Rullion, based in Altrincham in Cheshire and has 255 staff in 25 branch offices, decided to become an Advocate to promote best practice and professionalism within the organisation and to assist with promoting Rullion as a company of choice when competing for business.
As a result, Rullion is signing up at least 100 members of its staff to the IRP, with the process ongoing to include the remainder of operational staff. The process should be completed by the end of the year.
Commenting on the decision to become an IRP Advocate, Philip Higgins, Rullion Engineering Personnels Managing Director and Chair of the RECs Engineering and Technical Sector Group, said: The biggest driver in taking this crucial step was to differentiate ourselves from the competition and to demonstrate our commitment to levels of professionalism in maintaining and developing our staff to be the best, most accomplished and knowledgeable in their field.
We have also noticed the IRP appearing on clients agenda and having received tender documents which reflect this, we see membership as becoming increasingly important.
Matt Dawson, Head of IRP, added: We are delighted that Rullion has become the trailblazer in demonstrating the benefits of becoming an IRP Advocate. Having top class professionals working for an organisation proves to clients how serious a recruitment business is about both delivering the highest possible standards and encouraging its people to further develop their acumen and skills.


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