Campion Willcocks successfully completes SiR anniversary audit
Campion Willcocks has successfully completed Standards in Recruitment’s (SiR) first year anniversary combined legal and operational audit.
SiR provides a single accreditation standard which reflects the principles of quality, transparency, honesty and legality within a recruitment business. It allows a company to demonstrate its commitment to meeting legal compliance and excellent operational management practice through the award of a certificate and kite mark of quality logo to be used on a company’s website and all marketing collateral.
John Randall, engagement director at Standards in Recruitment, said, “Since completing a thorough audit last year, it’s great to see that Campion Willcocks have successfully completed their first year anniversary audit and we are delighted to continue our partnership with them in 2016.
“As a result of using the SiR accreditation process over the past year, we are pleased to see that Campion Willcocks used the process to continuously monitor their operational systems. We are delighted that Campion Willcocks has reaffirmed its confidence in the SiR process and we hope that their success will inspire other recruitment businesses that are serious about wanting to demonstrate their commitment to quality and stand out from their competitors will seek SiR accreditation.”
Steven Watson, compliance manager at Campion Willcocks, commented, “We are delighted to have successfully passed SiR’s first year anniversary audit as it’s an ideal endorsement of our commitment to quality and compliance. It also publicly demonstrates that we are serious about providing a premier compliant service to all of our customers.
“To any recruitment business serious about wanting improve the way it operates, SiR’s accreditation process goes the extra mile and will give them a very real differentiator from their competitors by seeking SiR accreditation.”
For more information about Campion Willcocks visit www.campionwillcocks.co.uk
This article first appeared in Recruitment International – 3rd March 2016