Employee rights
Crossover Recruitment and its specialist teams of consultants have more than 30 years of expertise in the provision of professional services recruitment. Our strategy for growth and competitiveness is based on the excellence of our business model, the quality of our services, the development of our operations, employee commitment and market satisfaction.
Crossover Recruitment undertakes to:
  • Abide by all International Labour Organisation conventions and recommendations ratified by the UK government and enshrined in national legislation and industry codes of practice;
  • Protect health and safety and promote good working conditions;
  • Promote diversity and equal opportunities;
  • Respect our employees as well as job-seekers and enable them to prosper;
  • Promote freedom;
  • Ensure transparency; and
  • Protect the right to privacy of our employees and of our work seekers and clients registering for the provision of recruitment services.
Crossover Recruitment undertakes to advance the following fundamental principles, in the belief that social responsibility is the key to long-term success.
Working conditions

The promotion and maintenance of the health, safety and good working conditions of our employees and work seekers supplied to or introduced to client employers are a priority at Crossover Recruitment.
Equal opportunities
Crossover Recruitment does not discriminate for any reason whatsoever in the workplace. We recruit our employees and provide recruitment services to work seekers registered with us by reference to their skills, qualifications and experience and treat them with dignity. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, social origin, family situation, gender, sexual orientation, disability, political, trade union or religious opinions, ethnic origin, country, or race in compliance with ILO Convention No. 111.

Crossover Recruitment fosters diversity, in the individuals we employ and the work seekers registered with the company for the provision of recruitment services.

Crossover Recruitment strives to help persons with physical or other disabilities, in order to integrate them into the company and the working community.

Crossover Recruitment strives to protect jobs in the event of any reorganisation or restructuring of the company, and makes a commitment to seek alternative roles for workers within the company wherever possible or with clients registering job vacancies..
Right to training
Crossover Recruitment undertakes to provide every one of our employees, throughout their entire career with the company, regardless of their age and position, with the training necessary to properly perform their job and build a career.
Working hours and right to paid holidays
Crossover Recruitment abides by national legislation on working hours in line with the needs of the company, and taking into account workers' wishes. In compliance with national legislation and business practices within the UK, all Crossover Recruitment employees and temporary workers supplied by the company to client hirers are entitled to paid holidays.
Crossover Recruitment recognises the principle of fair compensation for work and complies with the provisions of ILO convention No. 100 on equal pay for equal work.
Freedom of association/employee representation

Crossover Recruitment adheres to the ILO declaration on the fundamental rights and principles at work adopted in 1998 at the 86th International Labour Conference with respect to freedom of association.

Relations with suppliers and clients
Crossover Recruitment informs our own suppliers and clients of the contents of this statement and urges them to consider adhering to it. It encourages them to introduce and implement equivalent principles in their own companies.
This statement will be distributed to all staff of Crossover Recruitment. Employees and work seekers registered with the company for the provision of recruitment services will have the opportunity to inform the company of any conduct that does not comply with this statement.