Over the years Wine and Vine Personnel has adopted the following Code of Ethical Practice by which we conduct our assignments:

  • To communicate our Terms and Conditions of Business to the client before commencing an assignment.
  • To declare any potential conflict of interest to the client before undertaking the assignment.
  • To take all reasonable steps to retain the anonymity of the client until clearance for disclosure has been given.
  • Not to knowingly pass on information about a candidate which might cause that person to be identified without the prior agreement of the candidate.
  • If a candidate has been placed in a position by us, not to approach or induce that person to move to another position while he is employed by the same client.
  • The employees of any client for which we have a preferred supplier agreement will not be approached by us as part of an executive search.
  • Candidates will be given objective feedback on their applications. They will be treated with dignity and given constructive counsel when this would assist.
  • Not to charge candidates a fee to place them.
  • Not to advertise non-existent positions.
  • Details of the positions for which we hold assignments will be passed on as given to us by the employer. Candidates who proceed to the interview stage should make their own enquiries as to the accuracy and adequacy of this information.
  • To comply with all the relevant legislation relating to our profession.

RCSA Member LogoWine and Vine Personnel International is an accredited Corporate Member of the RCSA - Recruitment and Consulting Services Association Ltd, Australia’s leading Professional Recruitment Association and subscribes to its professional training courses and Code of Ethics.

Candidates may contact the NSW Department of Fair Trading for full information on their rights.