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Melbourne Cup at the Opera Bar

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Melbourne Cup is a celebrated occasion every year. And getting amongst it down at the Opera Bar for the afternoon is a fantastic way to join in the fun. Heading down, dressed to impress, for a 1pm start, we had outside tables for two hours of champagne and canapés leading up to the big race. The guys suited and booted, the girls in spring carnival dresses..all on fine form.

Submitted on Fri 07 Nov 2014

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TRC raises $5000 for Cystic Fibrosis

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After weeks of training Team TRC was finally ready to take on the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival yesterday. It was a perfect day for the race with a cool morning for the runners and a warm sunny afternoon for the celebratory beers afterwards.

Submitted By Simon Moss on Mon 22 Sep 2014

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1 week to go

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With only 1 week to go until TRC runs for Cystic Fibrosis in the Blackmores Running Festival TRC's weekly run club is in full swing.  The TRC team has been joined by a number of contractors, clients, ex-colleagues and ring-ins for our weekly run.   With only a few days to go it isnt too late to sponsor TRC or one of the team.  

bsrf2014.gofundraise.com.au/page/RunTRCRun

We'll be positing the results of the race here on Monday so pop back for an update then.  See you at the race!

Submitted on Tue 16 Sep 2014

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Unprofitable recruitment stems from blind eye to underperformance

Recruitment companies that are unprofitable often have leaders who refuse to address underperformance as soon as it happens, according to an employee engagement and performance specialist.

Agencies generally wait between three and six months before addressing poor performance, by which time the damage has already been done, Employerbility performance specialist Kate Boorer told Shortlist. "You can quantify a recruiter as a business unit – it's very easy to tell if they are making you money or not – and the ease at which you can calculate that means you can't ignore it when it does becomes a pro…

Submitted By Simon Moss on Fri 22 Aug 2014

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New commission structure part of "healthy fear of failure" culture at TRC - Shortlist August 2014

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After a 'tough' 2013, TRC Group has restructured and introduced a new commission structure and team-based incentives to improve its profitability, according to company Talent and Training Manager Sarah Banek. The new commission structure involves a third tier – focused on driving better customer service – on top of TRC's two more traditional, results-focused commission tiers, Banek toldShortlist. "Reward percentages increase when the consultants demonstrate the right behaviours, such as respecting your margins and [seeking] high-quality repeat business from clients. It has two major benefits i…

Submitted on Tue 05 Aug 2014

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TRC ABA100 winner for Employer of Choice

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TRC Group has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner for Employer of Choice in The Australia Business Awards 2014. TRC Group’s Managing Director Simon Moss said of the award “this is a major achievement for us. We’ve working hard to create a company unlike any other in our industry and this award lets us know we’re on the right track.”

The Australian Business Awards are a national, all-encompassing awards program honouring Australia’s most innovative businesses. In their ninth year, the awards honour 100 organisations (ABA100) who have excelled within a number of categories. TRC Group is a winner …

Submitted on Wed 30 Jul 2014

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World Cup Breakfast

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Its probably the first time we've been in the ofice at 5am but today saw the die hard TRC World Cup fans in the office to watch the final on the big screen over a big breakfast. Congratulations to Germany on their win - we've now got a long day of recruiting ahead of us. The coffee shop downstairs may make a killing out of us today!

Submitted By Geoff Millar on Mon 14 Jul 2014

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The path to TRC World Cup glory

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Today is the last day of TRC's World Cup adventure with Argentina and Honduras battling it out in the final of of our World Cup game. Both teams have their eyes on the prize (s); glory, $500 cash and a lifesize chocolate World Cup. Its been a hard fought 4 weeks which has seen consultant pitted against consultant but as the competition draws to a close all eyes are on the final two teams (and on the lifesize chocolate World Cup).

Submitted By Geoff Millar on Thu 10 Jul 2014

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Argentina win the (TRC) World Cup

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After a hard fought 4 weeks of recruitment football, Argentina have emerged as our World Cup champions, beating Honduras in a close, nail biter. Argentina (Carly) walks away with $500 cash and a lifesize chocolate World Cup. Honduras (Christina) didnt walk away empty handed, she won $100 cash and a mini chocolate World Cup.

 

Submitted By Geoff Millar on Thu 10 Jul 2014

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TRC at the Lion King

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For anyone who has seen the Lion King, the opening scene is a defining moment of music, colour, and costume, which is nothing less than extraordinary. And this production didn’t disappoint. From start to finish the Lion King was an absolute delight, and was, without a doubt, one of the best incentives we've run.

As part of an ongoing initiative this year to drive performance, we put in place a number of milestones to hit as a company, to incentivize our team and shake things up a bit, as a way to keep things fun and kick our goals. The Lion King showing at one of Sydney's most iconic theatre's,…

Submitted By Geoff Millar on Thu 12 Jun 2014

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