The Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP) was founded by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) in 2009 to meet the ever increasing needs of professionals who deliver the UK’s recruitment services.
The core purpose of the IRP is to ensure that individual recruiters are recognised as a member of a professional industry that is committed to upholding best practice, world-class recruitment standards and providing the best possible service to clients and candidates.
All IRP Members sign up to the IRP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct which demonstrates their commitment to practicing the very highest standards of principled and professional recruitment.
Delivering the highest standards of service to clients and candidates alike is core to being recognised as a true professional, so is being an individual member of the REC’s Institute of Recruitment Professionals.
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About the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC)
The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) is the professional body for the recruitment industry. The REC represents 3,776 corporate members who have branches across all regions of the UK. The REC's Corporate Members are also asked to encourage their employees to join the IRP as part of their career development programme. Find out more about the REC at www.rec.uk.com.