Refer a friend
We are always looking for new candidates and the referral of a good candidate from individuals like yourself is a key part to the success of our business.
Do you know someone that’s looking for a new role?
If you know someone who could be suitable for one of our current or future opportunities, we would like to hear from you.
So, if you have someone you would like to recommend and you think they would be suitable for a Brewer Morris opportunity, please contact your key recruitment consultant.
For every friend or colleague you refer that is placed in a job by Brewer Morris in the UK, we’ll reward you with a John Lewis e-gift card up to £400*. There is no limit to the number of people you can recommend.
*Terms and Conditions apply so please make sure you read the terms and conditions before referring a friend or colleague.
Terms and conditions
- If you refer a Brewer Morris candidate you may be eligible for a gift card of up to £400. The value of the gift card awarded depends on level of the candidate placed and this decision is at our sole discretion.
- In order to be eligible for the gift card, the person who you refer must be placed by us within 12 months of the referral and must have subsequently successfully completed their probation period with their new employer. Only the referred person’s first placement will be eligible and any subsequent placements of the same person will not be eligible.
- In order to claim the gift card, upon completion of the referred person’s probation period, you should contact your key recruitment consultant contact. You must claim for the gift card within 12 months of the placement otherwise you will be deemed to have waived your right to it.
- The gift card is not transferable or redeemable for cash and we reserve the right to offer an alternative reward of the same value at any time. We reserve the right to vary or terminate all or any part of the Candidate Referral Scheme at any time without notice. This incentive is available in the UK only and these Terms are governed by the laws of England and Wales and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.