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Guyanese-owned Strategic Recruitment Solutions Inc (SRSGY) has taken another step forward in meeting international compliance requirements by Completing TRACE Certified Due Diligence.

TRACEcertification is a heavily benchmarked and comprehensive due diligence review, analysis and approval process establishing that an individual or organization has been thoroughly vetted, trained and certified by TRACE, the world’s leading anti-bribery standard setting organization.

“By allocating time and resources to completing a thorough due diligence review—and anti-bribery training—TRACE Certified companies have a competitive advantage in the global marketplace,” TRACE President Alexandra Wrage said.

It is with this objective of servicing international markets that SRSGY, which began operations in 2018, has been forging ahead to ensure its standards are on par with global companies, including those in the oil and gas industry.  “TRACEcertification reinforces our commitment to transparency and communicates to all stakeholders that we are serious about doing business ethically,” Founder and CEO Kerri Gravesande-Bart said.

She pointed out that as global HR continues to transform and evolve, SRSGY intends to be a trusted partner in each transaction it enters. “Becoming TRACE Certified is one way we can show our business affiliates that we are dedicated to commercial transparency and ethical business practices.’

TRACE Certified companies are pre-vetted partners for multinational companies seeking to do business with suppliers, agents and consultants who share their commitment to commercial transparency.

The TRACEcertification review process is based on internationally accepted standards and requires candidates to complete global anti-bribery training, adopt a code of conduct and update due diligence information annually. Reports include daily screening of names against international sanctions and enforcement lists.

Companies and individuals that have completed TRACEcertification within the last year are included in the TRACE Intermediary Directory, a publicly searchable database of pre-vetted and trained small and medium-sized entities worldwide.

SRSGY is a leading multi-disciplinary recruitment consultancy firm specializing in all levels of Offshore, Accountancy, Finance, HR, Office Support and Commercial Recruitment. The company offers permanent, fixed term and temporary recruitment from entry level positions to Director level.

“Our partner clients and candidates benefit from over 50 years combined recruitment expertise gained across the Caribbean and internationally. Our team qualifications are from a Master’s Degree in Maritime, First Degrees in Tourism and Psychology, Diplomas in Public and Business Management with credits in the areas of Human Resources and Communications,” Gravesande-Bart stated.

She said the SRSGY team members are trained in behavioral interviewing techniques and are registered professional members of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Professionals.

SRSGY was officially launched on February 22, 2019.

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