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Election process begins for REC council

Election process begins for REC council

The annual election process for the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) council begins today as the window for nominations opens.

Once nominations are received all REC and Institute of Recruitment Professional (IRP) members can vote online to elect the people who will represent them on the REC council.

The timetable for the election process is as follows:

Nominations can be submitted from Monday 15th April to Tuesday 30th April 2013

Online voting takes place between Monday 20th May and Monday 10th June 2013

Results are announced at the REC Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 12th June 2013

The REC’s chief executive Kevin Green says: “Our council does a terrific job leading the REC’s work to drive up professional standards in recruitment. Our directors are a dynamic group of people who are really committed to our organisation and to our industry. I would encourage people who haven’t stood before to put themselves forward this year. It’s a really rewarding and interesting job and we’re looking forward to welcoming some new faces onto our governing body.”

There are 25 seats on the REC council and this year there are eight positions to be elected, five for corporate members and three for IRP members.

Information on how to submit a nomination is available online at

Full details of the candidates for election and how to vote will be posted on the REC website and communicated to all members by Friday 17th May.


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