Superior People Recruitment

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    About Superior People Recruitment
    Superior People Recruitment is a professional employment agency with a big difference

    Superior People is unique in comparison to other recruitment & employment agencies by providing a specialist level of service to a diverse level of businesses while achieving an industry leading retention rate of placements.

    We are Revolutionising the Recruitment model by breaking away from the traditional recruitment structure by providing businesses with a serious alternative to incurring the high costs by offering an affordable fee structure and a 6 month guaranteed replacement period. This is what differentiates us, more importantly, what makes our clients keep coming back for more.

    Operating across all major cities in Australia, our portfolio covers a large range of sectors coupled with an experienced and outstanding team of consultants that provide an innovative and quality employment solution.

    We are committed to connecting and understanding you and your business. This is to ensure we not only source the best skilled, qualified and experienced candidates, but to connect you with the person who will be the best fit. Australian owned and operated since 2005, Superior People Recruitment is a leading and experienced employment agency that works with a broad range of industries.

    Our success can be measured by the fact that over 72% of all candidates we have placed still remain with the employer for a minimum of 12 months and longer.

    Superior People Recruitment recognises that the investment in your staff is imperative to the operation and success of your business. Therefore we only offer candidates deemed to possess the superior skill level, culture fit and quality of character essential for your organisation.

    Our values, combined with our mission ‘to be the best, not the biggest’, means that our people have dedication, purpose and integrity, that drives our work to positively impact all involved.

    Superior People Recruitment prescribes to the philosophy that staffing recruitment should be attainable and affordable for all businesses. Our organisation is designed to provide rational and ethical cost structures that definitively challenge industry standard recruitment fees, while maintaining excellence and quality in personnel placement.

    Superior People also operates outside standard business hours to provide you a comprehensive and uncomplicated consultation process when needed.

    Our uniqueness reduces recruitment costs and makes skilled talent accessible to everyone.



    OUR VISION
    Our vision is to provide companies with the best skilled, experienced and suitable candidates for them, with minimum fuss, limited risk, and cost effective solutions.

    OUR GOAL
    Our goal is to ensure we source not only the best skilled and experienced person for your business but more importantly, the person who best “fits” your organisation to ensure longevity and stability.

    Below is an article we were recently asked to contribute to for a leading online HR Magazine.

    It is that time of the year when festivities take priority over office work. Given the prolonged lockdowns over the past two years; Christmas parties will be in full swing as people look to catch up on reduced social activities in 2021. But before your staff descend on a local restaurant or bar, or even celebrate within the office walls, you might want to consider putting rules in place first.

    “The major don’t is no physical contact,” Graham Wynn, recruiter at Superior People, told HRD. “No hugging, kissing, touching and anything of the like – keep your hands to yourself. Handshakes are acceptable if meeting new people but for those you already know there is no need to get physical.”

    Another consideration is the topic of conversation. In today’s politically correct world, it is difficult to express views even on the weather without offending someone, so it is best to be very careful what you talk about at a Christmas party, especially if you are feeling relaxed after a few drinks.

    Alcohol is often the undoing of many people at a Christmas party. Feeling relaxed, employees tend to overconsume and built up frustration with a boss or a particular aspect of the company can come to the fore.

    “Also, do not decide to tell your manager how you could run the company better,” Wynn told HRD. “Avoid getting drunk and making a fool out of yourself. Remember, this is a work function, not a night out at a nightclub or the pub. Be responsible, and if you are going to drink, arrange for a taxi/uber or a designated driver.”

    When it comes to alcohol consumption, it is important companies take responsible action to ensure that if employees have embraced a few too many drinks, that they provide options for transport home. But before it even gets to that stage, employers can set their own rules by only allowing a certain number of drinks per person, as well as providing plenty of non-alcohol alternative options.

    “Due to various laws, it is now possible that if an employer provides alcohol, and an employee has an accident driving home, the employer can be held liable,” Wynn said. “Employers should publish written advice that each person attending is responsible for their own alcohol consumption and how they leave the event. Employers can also issue token for a couple of drinks, then after that employees must purchase their own, this way employers can minimalise their potential liability.”

     

    “Employers need to consider work, health and safety regulations to ensure everyone is safe,” Amanda Rose, founder of Small Business Women Australia, added. “Regarding rules, employers need to make sure they’re not coming across as the principal at a school. Having a Christmas party offsite is a safe idea and having an official end time of the Christmas party such as 9pm makes sense so anything after that is considered personal time.

    “Instead of rules aim for activities that keep people interested and engaged. Maybe don’t encourage extreme alcohol consumption, such as no spirits at the bar.”

    Rose believes that the topic of conversation can be positive if employees look ahead to the future instead of focusing on the year gone.

    “Take a genuine interest in peoples’ lives,” she said. “Be motivating after a challenging year. It’s a great environment to talk ideas for 2022. You may get insight into the larger vision of the organisation which may lead to an opportunity.”

    Christmas office parties should be fun and there is no reason if you are sensible you can’t have the best office Christmas party ever!
     
    Source: www.hcamag.com.au