The winners of New Zealand’s 2019 RCSA Industry Awards were announced last night at a festive affair held at the Hilton Auckland.
The event was hosted by Urzila Carlson, a favourite on the New Zealand comedy circuit and the theme of the night was black tie with a touch of red.
Social enterprise Agoge was one of the big winners on the night taking home both the Excellence in Candidate Care and Excellence in Client Service.
Agoge has a number of charitable initiatives it is involved with including the One For One program where for every week a staff member works (or trains), a person in Cambodia receives water for a month.
Tradestaff received the New Zealand CSR Award for the inaugural Sally McFarlane Legacy Scholarship for Pacific Women in Trades, a scholarship designed to honour Tradestaff employee Sally who was passionate about women working trades and provide material support to help them on their journey.
Turbo Staff was named the winner of the New Zealand award for Business Innovation of the Year for Site M8, a world-first GPS tracking system monitoring costs and large volumes of staff for safety.
The award for Excellence in Safety and Risk Management went to Hays Specialist Recruitment for its work on continuous improvement in the past five years and receiving 45001 ISO Accreditation this year.
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