About the IPRC Nigeria

Now in its 10th year, the Institute of Professional Recruitment Consultants, IPRC Nigeria exists to promote the image of recruitment in Africa. As a member of the IPRC Nigeria you associate yourself with a professional body and show that you subscribe to the Institute's strict Code of Conduct.

 

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

» Membership of a recognized professional body
» Appropriate designatory letters: APRC/MPRC/FPRC/Corporate Member
» Appropriate certification certificates CRP/CTM/CTB/CPCP etc
» Use of the IPRC logo
» Seminar speakers available for client events
» Discount on IPRC training
» Dedicated advice and information line
» Membership certificate
» Corporate membership certificate
» Diploma in Recruitment qualification
» Diploma in Recruitment Management qualification

IPRC CODE OF CONDUCT

   
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Members will strive to serve clients and candidates with honesty and with integrity at all times
 
 
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Members shall make accurate claims concerning the services they offer to clients and candidates.
 
 
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Members shall uphold the principle of fair play and be vigilant against conduct which has the intent, capability or
effect of being deceptive.
 
 
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Members support the recruitment industry through co-operation with clients, candidates and other businesses, who would benefit from an ethical system.
 
 
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Members will honour all commitments and seek to resolve any disputes in a fair and expeditious manner.
 
 
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Members acting for and on behalf of clients will put forward only those candidates who are suitable for the position being offered.
 
 
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Members acting for and on behalf of candidates seeking temporary, contract or permanent employment will supply the best possible advice and have their best interests represented at all times.
 
 
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Members agree that details contained in advertisements are clearly based on specifications taken from clients and any description or terms and conditions offered are truly representative.
 
 
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Members also agree that no advertisement should contain material that may cause any offence or be contrary to the Code of Advertising Practice as laid down by the Advertising Board.
 
 
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Members agree to obtain permission from a candidate before submitting details to a client.
 
 
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Members agree to thoroughly brief all candidates accurately before they attend an interview with a client.
 
 
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Members must make every effort to obtain appropriate training in recruitment practice and give advice where necessary to other IPRC Members and colleagues.
 
 
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Members agree to inform clients of any potential conflicts of interest before attempting to fill a vacancy.
 
 
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Members will not act in a manner that will bring into disrepute the Institute, its Members or the Recruitment Industry.
 
 
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Members are responsible for maintaining and upholding the high standards and ethics of the Institute.
 
 
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Members will fully inform clients and candidates of any environmental, safety or other hazard that may be detrimental to health and safety.
 
 
 
 
 
 

HELP AND ADVICE LINE - 080 3325 1144

The Institute of Professional Recruitment Consultants IPRC Nigeria is dedicated to helping consultants and managers in all areas of business and human capital development. There are many areas of recruitment where half an hour on the phone is enough to give you immediate help and avoid the delay in waiting to attending a course on the topic.
 

Recruitment Issues

When you have the challenge of a large number of recruiters from line functions conducting interviews with varying degrees of skill, the professionalism in the interviews will not be consistent. Often there would be problems on behavior based vs function based assessments issues.

 

Talent Management Problems

If you have an HR process that is not streamlined, you are likely to be saddled with Managers that do not have knowledge of talent acquisition

 

Performance Management Issues

For the issues related to performance management in the organization, always let the employee know your concern or concerns, share with him/her what you have observed, explain how their behaviour impacts the team, tell them the expected behaviour, solicit solutions from the employee on how to fix the situation, convey the consequences, agree upon a follow-up date and express your confidence

Competency Based Interviewing (CBI)

Many leading Nigeria companies and organizations want a recruitment consultant to use CBI and yet so few companies know how a competency-based interview actually works. We can help you with notes and spend time on the phone or in your office and talk you through the process. It may make all the difference.

Compensation and Benefits Administration

Compensation is the remuneration given to the employees for the work they do for the organization. This means that an employee is entitled to both the financial and the nonfinancial benefits in return for his contribution to the organization. However, issues such as cash flow, competition, and revenue growth, human resource management etc may form some challenges

Recruitment Qualifications

A recruitment qualification from the Nigeria’s leading professional body will greatly improve your knowledge and career development in a way that a few years ago seemed impossible. Learn the principles and practices of a professional human resource professional, including how to plan and run a successful desk, manage business and client development and how to adapt to a changing market place. Whether you are a certified recruitment professional CRP, certified talent manager CTM, certified team builder CTB or certified performance and competence professional CPCP, you will still be admitted as an associate APRC (Nigeria and UK), or full member MPRC (Nigeria and UK) or fellow FPRC (Nigeria and UK). Talk to us.

CALL - 080 3325 1144