The RED10 referral programme is a scheme where people who successfully refer candidates to RED10 receive a reward.


Why does RED10 support a Referral scheme?

It is a RED10 strategic objective to attract, recruit and deliver the best people to our customers.

Candidates within the RED10 network are in an ideal position to identify and refer people with the talent and skills we seek to help shape our clients’ future.


Who is eligible to benefit from the Referral scheme?

Generally, everyone is able to participate in the scheme. There is an exception if you are involved in the hiring, interviewing and/or decision-making process for the position in question.


Who can you refer?

You are encouraged to refer potential candidates from your personal and professional network you feel would be a good fit for the firm. You should know the person well enough to provide a reference on them. You should refer a candidate for a specific open position advertised on the RED10 website or LinkedIn page.

You cannot receive a referral reward if the candidate:

  • has already been identified via another recruiting channel or has applied for the role directly.
  • is a former RED10 candidate who left the firm less than 12 months prior to his or her new hire date.
  • leaves or gives/has been given notice within 12 weeks of being hired.


What is the reward?

The reward will be presented in the form of a Voucher of choice from an approved selection.
The value of the voucher will be determined by the role level of the placement.


What are the Terms and Conditions?

  • RED10 will pay an introduction bonus to any person who introduces a candidate who is subsequently placed as a result of that introduction, provided that all the terms of this policy are satisfied.
  • The bonus will be paid upon successful completion of 12 weeks of contracted work.
  • Only one introduction bonus will be paid for each new person placed. If more than one eligible person refers the same successful job applicant, the introduction bonus will be paid to the person whose name is submitted first in line with the procedure.
  • There is no limit on the number of referrals that you can make. However, any referral must be in connection with a specific vacancy.
  • This is a discretionary scheme.