At Interaction Recruitment we recognise our community responsibilities as a national organisation but with a local presence across many regions. Examples of where we endeavour to be a positive influence on where we work and how we engage locally, include the following:
We recognise the local benefits that comes with reduction in car usage, as such we actively encourage our people to either utilise public transport to reach their place of work or if possible to use safe cycling routes. In this instance we support the objectives of local Green Travel plans.
Many of our people already give up their own time to support local charities, we also participate in local campaigns to support local community and business benefits where we feel our positive contribution can make a difference.
We also strongly believe that community engagement works best through obtaining feedback on our performance at all times. As such where we are engaged on specific sites or other work locations we will seek to become part of the local community recognising that we must operate as good neighbours from the outset.
Interaction recognises that it must integrate its business values and operations to the meet the expectations of its employers, employees, regulators, investors, suppliers, the community and the environment.
We recognise that our social, economic and environmental responsibilities are integral to our business. Interaction aims to demonstrate these responsibilities thorough our actions as part of our corporate policies.
“Interaction Recruitment is open and honest in communicating our strategies, targets and performance in our continual commitment to sustainable development.”
We embrace diversity and we seek to promote the benefits of diversity in all of our business activities.
We will seek to widen the mediums in which we recruit to ensure as diverse as possible candidate and client base. We are also aware of our clients own diversity targets and do what we can to ensure these are met.
We treat everyone equally, irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, age, disability, spent convictions, colour, race, nationality, religion, ethnicity or beliefs.