Mission and Ethical Code

"Our vision is to provide an exceptional recruitment service to both clients & candidates, founded on the principles of achieving the highest possible standards in all that we do. Our number one priority and commitment is to provide a service which enables our clients to attract and retain the very best people available, and our candidates to fulfill their career potential. We approach all client projects with competitive creativity and flair and work to the highest ethical and professional level".

Gregory Martin have signed up and adhere to the code of conduct with the leading industry body - Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).

We are also proud to be signatures of The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) & Jobcentre Plus Diversity Pledge.

REC Diversity Pledge 2008:

It applies to the public and private sectors and sets out our joint commitment to deliver the diversity agenda and develop best practice as an industry."

By 2010, only 20 per cent of the labour market will be white, non-disabled men under 45. In addition, we face short, medium and long-term skills shortages and must recruit talent from every possible source.

Diversity is about harnessing the talent and potential of everyone to achieve business success. To succeed in recruiting in the 21st century, diversity is a necessity, not a choice. To achieve performance, employers must have a mixture of background, cultures, approaches and thinking. Diversity is not just about ‘doing good’ but ‘doing good for business’.

Gregory Martin Search & Selection will value and harness the differences between people, and the benefits that can be gained from those differences; actively seek to identify diverse candidate pools and promote their engagement; review all aspects of the employment process to eradicate unjustifiable discrimination; promote recruitment and selection best practice in accordance with our agreed standards, as set out in the support pack that accompanies this pledge; and work with others to challenge discrimination where it exists".

© Gregory Martin 2008-2017