OUR ASSOCIATION

    We are associated with ERA (Executive Recruiters Association), which represents the executive recruitment firms of India. It establishes professional and ethical standards for its members and provides information to the media and public on the field of executive recruitment. It helps us define, establish and promote high ethical and professional. We abide by ERA Code of ethics which is illustrated below:

Code Of Ethics

The Executive Recruiters Association (ERA) is an association of the leading recruitment organizations of India. In order to perform their duties responsibly, ERA member firms are-guided by the following ethical principles, which reflect fundamental values of the recruitment profession. The ERA is committed to educating its members about the application of these principles.

• Professionalism : Conduct their activities in a manner that reflects favorably on the profession.

• Integrity : Conduct their business activities with integrity and avoid conduct that is deceptive or misleading.

• Competence : Perform all recruitment assignments competently, and with an appropriate degree of knowledge, thoroughness and urgency.

• Objectivity : Exercise objective and impartial judgment in each recruitment assignment, giving due consideration to all relevant facts. 

• Accuracy : Strive to be accurate in all communications with clients and candidates and encourage them to exchange relevant and accurate information.

• Conflicts of Interest : Avoid, or resolve through disclosure and waiver, conflicts of interest.

• Confidentiality : Respect confidential information entrusted to them by clients and candidates.

• Loyalty : Serve their clients loyally and protect client interests when performing assignments.

• Equal Opportunity : Support equal opportunity in employment and objectively evaluate all qualified candidates.

• Public Interest : Conduct their activities with respect for the public interest.

• Re-Recruitment : Shall not re-recruit the candidate from the client organization for a period of two years from initial placement unless explicit permission is obtained.