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Referral Scheme

At McLean Ross, we believe that our corporate responsibility has a significant impact on the entire essence of our brand.

We think that it is imperative to our business to actively support charitable causes which is why if you recommend a friend or colleague to McLean Ross you can receive up to £250 to give to the Opera Foundation. Opera work closely with The Prince's Trust with an aim to empower young people to find, gain and retain a job.


To refer a candidate to be contacted for work, please forward to




*The “Referrer” relates to the person that is submitting their friend or colleague’s details.

The “Referee” relates to the person that is being referred by “the Referrer” for a role.

In order to qualify for McLean Ross’ Referral Scheme, the following terms will apply:

The Referrer must already be registered with McLean Ross in order to be eligible for the referral scheme.

The Referrer must have the permission of the person they are referring before submitting their details. This is in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The Referrer will indemnify McLean Ross for any loss or claim arising out of the Referrer’s failure to gain consent of the Referee.

McLean Ross must not already have received details of the referee prior to the referral or have the candidate on the McLean Ross database.

The placement must be made within 6 months of the referral being made. Any placement after 6 months will not be eligible for vouchers.

The responsibility remains with the Referrer to contact McLean Ross to claim their voucher.

Up to £250 donation will be given to the Opera according to the following eligibility:

Permanent position referrals: The referrer will be entitled to a donation or payment when the referred candidate is successfully placed by McLean Ross into a permanent position and they have successfully passed their probationary period.



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