Did you know that Clark is a member of the National Recruitment Federation?

Did you know that Clark is a member of the National Recruitment Federation? A governing body that promotes professional competence and best practice within the recruitment profession. As an NRF Member we are committed to providing a quality service by abiding to a strict Code of Conduct.

The NRF has inaugurated a formal education programme in Recruitment Practice to ensure all new entrants to the profession have a solid ground in legislation, customer service and sales to equip them to provide a quality service. The Apprenticeship is a 3 year BA (Hons) Degree in Recruitment Practice (QQI Level8) in partnership with the National College of Ireland.

The NRF has recognised Clark as Ireland’s Agency of the Year for 2 consecutive years because of our exceptional standards of professional service. To find out more, call our Recruitment team on 045 881888 or email hello@clark.ie #nrf #recruitment #quality #service #governingbody #codeofconduct #careersinkildare #keepkildareworking

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