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Recruitment and Consulting Services Association Award winners announced at Gala Ball

The winners of the Recruitment and Consulting Services Association (RCSA) Awards were announced at the organisation’s Gala Ball held last night at Doltone House on Jones Bay Wharf in Sydney.

The winner of the PEARL Award (for Professional Emerging and Aspiring Recruitment Leaders) was Sam Hazledine, Managing Director of MedRecruit in New Zealand. The Award was hotly contested this year, with eight region finalists in the category. The PEARL Award was proudly sponsored by CareerOne.

The winner of the McLean Award for Workplace Safety was safesearch. Their submission focused on the organisation’s establishment of a cross industry forum for safety executives and leaders in Australia. The McLean Award for Workplace Safety was proudly sponsored by WorkPro.

The Corporate Social Responsibility Award was won by DFP Recruitment Services. Their submission highlighted the orgnisation’s range of involvement in community activities and initiatives. The Corporate Social Responsibility Award was proudly sponsored by FastTrack.

The RCSA Life Membership Award was bestowed upon Helen Olivier FRCSA (Life). The Life Membership Award recognises outstanding service to the industry and a commitment to promoting the objectives and purpose of the Association.

A special acknowledgement was awarded to Ross Fisher FRCSA (Life) for his outstanding contribution to the industry and RCSA.

RCSA CEO Steve Granland said, “This year’s Award winners and finalists are a very worthy group and I congratulate them on the wonderful work they have produced.

The Gala Ball continues to grow in stature each year, and is a fabulous event for RCSA Members, Partners and Supporters to celebrate and recognise their industry.”

The call for nominations for the 2014 RCSA Awards will open in November 2013.


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