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Plum Personnel focuses on Good Recruitment campaign

Charlotte Brown, who heads up the Temporary Division at Plum Personnel in Solihull town centre explained, “The Good Recruitment Charter defines 9 key principles of good recruitment practice covering subjects such as flexible working, candidate experience, and extending good practice equally to permanent, temporary, contract and part-time workers.”

Brown, who recently passed the Institute of Recruitment Professionals examination, added, “Great recruitment practices benefit everyone. Businesses source the right people, candidates have an excellent experience and employment opportunities are maximised across the UK.”

Susie Ankrett, director of Plum Personnel said, “Charlotte’s success in gaining her qualification and her commitment to ensuring she has the essential knowledge of employment law for temporary workers gives our clients and candidates alike total peace of mind.”

Ankrett continued, “As demand returns to the economy and businesses are looking to hire more staff this is the right time to create a focus on good recruitment. The Charter sets out the key principles that lie at the heart of responsible and sustainable recruitment and employment practices.”

“Employers who sign up to the aspirational Good Recruitment Charter will gain access to advice, guidance and research on the latest innovations in recruitment good practice.  Through the REC we can provide self-assessment tools to help evaluate their own processes and identify areas for development and help ensure they are employers of choice.”


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