Benefits of Corporate Membership
Access to business tools and resources
RCSA Corporate Membership offers your business benefits at every stage of the business cycle.
The Workforce Info Line (WIL)
is an immediate telephone advice service which is provided as part of your RCSA Corporate Membership. Pick up the phone for instant workforce advice on: Workplace relations, Work health and safety and Independent contracting
Templates and Business Resources
in the areas of business management, immigration, occupational health and safety, professional practice compliance, taxation and workplace relations.
Rapid response email support
. We offer Members quick answers to questions relating to any industry matter, answered within one business day or a phone call to ensure your concerns are addressed.
RCSA keeps Members abreast of the latest industry and business information and Australian and global employment outlook, access to research and statistics. The Brief is the premier recruitment industry publication in Australia and New Zealand and is published three times a year in conjunction with monthly emails to keep members up-to-date with compliance, legislative, business and recruitment industry news.
Principal Partner Prime Super strives to make your super payments hassle-free, while also providing services to your employees, while RCSA Insurance
fights to negotiate the best premiums and policy coverage for RCSA Corporate Members.
Build your member brand
Be listed in the Corporate Members directory on the RCSA website as a Corporate Member. Declare your membership and ethical standards for all to see. Improve your reputation in the marketplace through your entitlement to use the RCSA Member logo on your promotional and business collateral.
Ethical practice and industry standards
The Code for Professional Conduct
is authorised by the ACCC in Australia and recognised by the Commerce Commission in New Zealand. It demonstrates RCSA members’ commitment to the highest professional standards. RCSA provides free online Code training for members. The RCSA Code is supported by the Disciplinary & Dispute Resolution Procedures and an Ethics Management system which is robust and respected.
Advocacy and media
RCSA advocacy and media represents Members by highlighting and solving industry and collective member problems by putting them on the agenda, confirming policy, recommending solutions and building support for action on both the problems and solutions.
Attend keystone events
The Winter Ball and Industry Awards Night
is an evening of networking with colleagues and friends, celebration and the announcement of the RCSA Industry Awards winners. The RCSA International Conference
brings together an outstanding program to develop your managers and leadership team, provides the opportunity to network with peers, refresh your thinking and re-energise staff.
Access Learning & Development programs
RCSA's Learning Centre
Programs include workshops, seminars, webinars, and e-learning. The Professional Emerging & Aspiring Recruitment Leaders (PEARL) Mentoring Program
is designed to support our emerging leaders.
Join Specialist Member/Working Groups
Join specialist groups such as AMRANZ (Association of Medical Recruiters of Australia and New Zealand) and ANRA (Association of Nursing Recruitment Agencies) or working groups in areas such as Safety & Risk, Workplace Relations, Finance and Tax, immigration and Job Boards and Online Freelance Work Platforms.
There are plenty of reasons to join the RCSA as a Corporate Member.