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Circle endorses consultants with IRP accreditation

The accreditation, founded by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC), reinforces the company’s continued drive to invest in its staff and ensures consultants operate to the high standards set by the IRP code of ethics and professional conduct. Circle is one of a small percentage of consultancies to provide this for all consultants.

Steve Ricketts, Circle Recruitment managing director said, “Here at Circle, we have an ongoing focus to provide a supportive environment for staff to ensure they deliver an expert service for our clients. The IRP code of conduct demonstrates our commitment to professionalism and providing the right candidates for our new and existing clients.”

Chief executive of the REC, Kevin Green comments, “To have all of its consultants accredited shows that Circle Recruitment are serious about investing in their people. At the same time, this gives assurance both to Circle’s staff and their clients that the services they provide are top quality.

It’s a great example for others in the industry to follow. By signing up to the IRP recruiters are making a commitment to operate at the highest standards, and through their membership they gain access to tools and resources aimed at helping them do that.”

Ricketts concludes, “We go out of our way to ensure Circle is an attractive place to pursue a career in IT recruitment, where staff enjoy their work and are rewarded well. We would urge experienced recruitment consultants to get in touch to learn more about the career opportunities with us.”

For more information about Circle Recruitment, please visit or call 0845 210 3333.

For further information about the IRP accreditation, please visit


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