The Responsible Recruitment Toolkit (RRT) enables labour providers, employers and brands to raise the standard of recruitment in their business and global supply chains.

RRT is a pioneering, interactive, one-stop online toolkit that provides comprehensive and practical step by step guidance, tools and resources to support your business to embed responsible recruitment practices. The RRT platform enables each business to self-assess, track and report, internally and externally to clients, their progress made in embedding ethical and responsible management systems and business practices.

Click here to go to the Responsible Recruitment Toolkit website

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