RCI Named Among The Best Places To Work In Australia

first_imgCharisse Cox holding Best Places To Work award RCI, the global leader in holiday exchange, proudlyannounced that it was recognised as one of BRW magazine’s 2012 Best Places To Work inAustralia. The magazine honoured the companies named to the prestigious annual list of the top50 most attractive employers in the country at an awards dinner in Sydney, Australia, earlier thismonth.The BRW Best Places To Work survey was conducted in partnership with the world’s experts ingreat workplaces, the Great Place To Work Institute (GPTW), which this year surveyed morethan 68,000 employees.“A top 50 placement among the nation’s Best Places To Work is a testament to both the businessand to staff,” said Charisse Cox, RCI Pacific managing director. “As the only Gold CoastCompany to make the list, RCI is in an elite category with the nation’s best and most productiveworkplaces. Furthermore, all the various philanthropic and staff initiatives that we undertakehave a direct and positive impact on our members who receive excellent service and on staff whomaintain an engaged and healthy work life balance.”RCI Pacific has a unique working environment that encourages staff to not only work hard, butenjoy their time spent in an engaging and rewarding environment. Some of the highlights includemultiple associate celebrations, paid maternity leave, paternity leave, flexible working hours,well-being programs offering an onsite gym, free health checks and flu shots, counselling,referral bonuses and generous training allowances.“We take great pride in the hard work we have put into our staff empowerment, development,and workplace culture,” said Frieda Murphy, human resources manager for RCI Pacific. “From abusiness perspective it will further our employees’ pride in the company as brand ambassadorsand promote the company to prospective employees.”RCI Pacific performed exceptionally well against the best in the country and is the only travelindustry representative to make the list. The accolade helps to solidify the importance of theholiday ownership and greater tourism industries, which continue to perform well alongside thecountry’s top sectors – IT, mining and finance – in the wake of a shaky global economic market.More than 80 employees currently work out of the RCI Pacific regional Gold Coast office, whichservices the exchange and holiday needs of more than 80,000 members throughout Australia,New Zealand and Fiji.Earlier this year, RCI also received similar accolades in other regions. The Mexico office wasnamed one of the Best Places to Work in Mexico for the sixth consecutive year, and theIndianapolis office made the list of Best Places to Work in Indiana for the fourth consecutiveyear. Charisse Cox RCI Pacific Managing Director, Senior management and stafflast_img read more