Salt proudly announces APSCo Accreditation

Salt is excited to announce its accreditation by APSCo (The Association of Professional Staffing Companies). APSCo is the regulatory body for recruitment businesses and as a member, Salt is monitored and regulated by APSCo’s guidance. All members commit to a strict Code of Conduct and pass an external quality check with clients and candidates.

APSCo was formed to ensure a commitment to excellence within the recruitment industry and provides specialist support and a range of tailored services to its members. For candidates and employers, the APSCo accreditation is a trusted badge of quality.

Ann Swain, APSCo Chief Executive commented: “APSCo is delighted to welcome Salt into its membership. All of our members have to commit to a strict Code of Conduct and a rigorous, independently verified, referencing process that means that APSCo is a trusted badge of quality for candidates and employers. It’s not easy to become an APSCo member and the fact that embraced this process shows their commitment to excellence.”

Elliot Dell, CEO of Salt Recruitment Group said: “We are proud to have received our APSCo Accreditation. This accreditation highlights our commitment to quality, integrity, and expertise. With APSCo, we have a trusted partner providing best practice solutions and valuable insights we can rely on. APSCo provides us with excellent support on our global journey of Creating Futures that positively impact the digital economy.” 

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