Beacham Group are official members of associations that matter for the industry. You can see these below:
The Recruitment, Consulting and Staffing Association Australia & New Zealand (RCSA) is the peak body for the recruitment and staffing industry in Australia and New Zealand.
RCSA’s purpose is to Lead in the World of Work and they firmly believe that through leadership, and empowerment of our members, they will improve lives, communities and the economy. RCSA drives professional practice, promotes & protects the industry, enables better business for members and provides opportunities for networking and the celebration of success.
RCSA sets the benchmark for professionalism through standard setting, education, research and business advisory support to our member firms and accredited professionals. All members are bound by the RCSA Code for Professional Conduct which is underpinned by a comprehensive disciplinary and dispute resolution procedure.
NPAworldwide connects you to premier global recruiting agencies located throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Americas. Developing a relationship with a local NPAworldwide recruiter can extend your global reach, increase your access to passive candidates, and help you win the talent war. NPAworldwide connects you to premier independent recruiting firms located throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the Americas. Employers benefit from a network of recruitment specialists who are uniquely qualified to work a local market or halfway around the world.
Beacham Group is a Member of the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) in Australia. APSCo is a not for profit industry body that represents the professional recruitment industry. Members are governed by its Constitution and adhere to a Code of Conduct that promotes compliance, professional behaviour and ethical and responsible recruitment practices.
Through its ongoing Member communications and professional development programs, we are consistently educated across Government compliance, State licensing requirements, Award changes and updates to the Fair Work Act.
APSCo Membership ensures our business is across changing legislation, best workplace practice and ongoing professional development. Our Membership upholds our commitment to deliver quality service and assures we operate with our client and candidates’ best interests in mind.
Protecting the rights of workers, at the same time as ensuring the ability of the employer to attract and retain the right workers, is becoming increasingly challenging. The obligations imposed on business through legislation have increased, and in many cases penalties for breaches have increased as well.
Obligations that should be “top of mind” for all employers include privacy, safety, immigration, equal employment, contractor and employee agreements, employment practices and worker entitlements, taxation, insurances and performance management, to name a few.
The Talent Engagement Standard sets best practice for organisations which recruit and manage workers. The Standard is equally applicable to organisations which recruit and employ their workers directly, and outsourced service providers such as recruitment agencies, on-hire firms, contractor managers and payroll service providers.