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The prestigious RCSA Industry Awards provide the opportunity to recognise the best of best in the recruitment and staffing sector. These awards are the most coveted in the industry. This year there are more opportunities across a wider field of categories so that all areas of a recruitment business can be acknowledged. Also for the first time there is a very special award that will shine a spotlight on an individual who has made a significant contribution to the industry.
This year the RCSA will hand out awards in the following categories:
- Recruiter of the Year
- RCSA Rising Star
- CSR Excellence Award
- Excellence in Safety & Risk Management
- Client Service Award
- Candidate Care Award - NZ Sponsor Trade Me Jobs
- Operational Excellence Award
- Marketing Campaign of the Year
- Tech Innovation of the Year
- RCSA Outstanding Contribution Award
Why apply for an RCSA Award?
Winning an RCSA Award provides unrivalled recognition of an individual's or organisation's professional success. Winners will also have the opportunity to share their story nationally through RCSA publications and the broader media. You also have the exclusive use of finalist and winner logos for building and promoting your brand.
As one of the biggest names in Australian Comedy, Dave Hughes is undoubtedly a mastermind when it comes to his delivery and performance. Both entertaining and charming on stage, Dave is also a hit on radio and television.
Natural and unmistakably Australian, Hughsey’s laconic style thinly disguises one of this country's fastest comedic minds. Turning everyday foibles into rich and hilarious routines has made Hughesy the biggest name in Australian comedy. For 12 years Hughesy made up one half of Melbourne's Nova breakfast team and for 5 years he co-hosted Network Ten’s The Project, not to mention 11 years on Ten’s AFL show Before the Game.
While he never left stand-up behind, in late 2013 Dave shocked Australia by announcing that he would be giving up his radio and television jobs to go back to his roots touring a brand new stand up show for an entire year.
In 2015 Dave returned to the airwaves with long time co-host Kate Langbroek joining the team at KIIS and Mix FM in a national drive radio program and he joined the team at Channel 9's The Footy Show.
One of New Zealand’s most recognisable faces, Mike McRoberts graces TV screens weekday evenings bringing the six o’clock news bulletin with co-anchor Hillary Barry.
The former 60 Minutes current affairs host whose reporting career spans more than 20 years, is perhaps best known for his journalism work in some of the world’s most dangerous places, covering conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Gaza, East Timor and the Solomon Islands. Mike has also covered some of the world’s biggest natural disasters in China, Haiti, Pakistan and South East Asia and of course the Christchurch Earthquake.
Beginning his career in 1984 as a cadet at Radio New Zealand, Mike then furthered his journalism career when he accepted a role with TVNZ in 1995 as a sports reporter. It is after this role that he moved to TV3 and progressively took up a position which saw him reporting for the current affairs programme 60 Minutes.
Being booked as both an MC and to speak, word is definitely out about McRoberts. Combining his journalism skills with extraordinary anecdotes, Mike gives insight into his career and gives his audience an idea of what happened in some of those sticky situations before the camera started rolling... what it takes to get the real story. Mike has won numerous journalism awards, including journalist of the year in 2006.