Happy Easter! | Weekly Wrap Up

Rusher Roger’s weekly wrap-up report on what’s happening in the world of Rusher Rogers, our clients, our candidates and the recruitment market.

Last week was a bit of a week for a short one! For some, the Easter long weekend could not have come soon enough I am sure.  Certainly some valuable lessons in how not to do things, shouted out to all of us over media and certainly a lot of internal reflection going on as a nation.  I will resist the temptation to add to the moral rhetoric but it’s been a great reminder to stay the course in the face of desperation, careful not to be seduced into opting for an ill-thought out quick fix.  But the key message for me was the massive responsibility and duty of care that we have as managers of people whom we have the responsibility of mentoring and developing.

Generosity is a part of this and being available. This is something that I remind myself of all the time. Greg Savage (recruitment industry sector guru) is a great proponent of this and reminds people working in our sector of the importance of making time for people, even though most of the time, we have no time.  But so what?  We are all busy and it’s easy to lose sight of how important it is for each of us to be heard and when trying to understand what your next career move or job looks like.

I have taken some of the following from one of Greg Savages blogs (The real secret to building a personal o line brand circa 01/17) that really resonated with me:

  • Be generous: Think ‘what can I give‘. Not always ‘what can I get‘. Share ideas, knowledge, tips. Introduce people to each other. Open doors. Be kind.
  • Be authentic:Be real. Not blunt or rude. But be yourself. Be ‘you’. People can tell if you don’t, and will switch off.
  • Engagement:It’s not just broadcasting. You need to interact. Answer questions. Share other peoples stuff. Thank and congratulate. It is after all… social.”

This week we also welcome the lovely Mirleen Chinnery who joins the Temp Team as the equally lovely Claudia returns to full time study.  Don’t worry, Claudia will still be around but Mirleen will take over the Temp Desk reigns so no doubt you will be hearing more from Mirleen as she secures her feet under the desk!!

Talent Pool alert

After a significant recruitment project that focused on case managers, team leaders, careers  and social workers in the area of family violence, child protection and family solutions, we have a solid talent pool of experienced specialists in this high demand area. Please contact us if you need people with these skills and experience, we can help you find the right people. Click Here to see our video.

Perm Jobs

  • Digital Marketing Manager
  • HR Business Partner
  • HR Officer
  • In-House Legal Executive Assistant
  • Litigation Paralegal
  • Litigation Support Professional
  • On-Boarding Officer
  • Payroll Officer
  • Service and Support Specialist
  • Virtual Specialist x2

And more…..

A word from our temp desk

It’s been an exciting week for the temp desk this week as we’ve recently welcomed Mirleen Chinnery to out ranks! Mirleen brings with her a wealth of experience and shares the Rusher Rogers ethos of building authentic partnerships with both temps and clients.

In other news, we have a number of talented temps finishing up this side of Easter who will be looking for a new venture come April. If you think your business might need some support as we enter Autumn – you know where to find us!

Sophie – Office Manager and Personal Assistant
Katie – Communications Consultant and Researcher
Bianca – Sales co-ordinator and Business Support

Susie Rogers

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