​Joining the company less than one year ago, both Stephanie Bruckl and Mathew O'Leary will enjoy their first annual incentive trip after hitting the company’s sales targets

August 12, 2015

Joining the company less than one year ago, both Stephanie Bruckl and Mathew O'Leary will enjoy their first annual incentive trip after hitting the company’s sales targets. As new joiners, both will be rewarded with a break in the sun after their major achievements. 

What makes these wins so special is that Stephanie and Mathew had no previous experience in recruitment; so you can easily imagine their delight when their names were confirmed on the company’s internal deal board. Winning a spot on the incentive is a huge achievement as Mathew explained, “This incentive was a great motivation for me; it was my number one target since starting at Hydrogen. I just wanted to be part of it so I am very happy to have secured a seat”

Alongside their hard work and dedication, Mathew and Stephanie admitted that working as part of two great teams, with easy access to supporting managers played a major part to enhance their performances. As Mathew explained, “Stuart Gill, my team leader was the corner stone to drive my success. Everyday he made sure I was pushing myself harder and he set weekly meetings or readjusted my personal targets. He pushed me in the right direction and I owe him a lot!”

In addition, Hydrogen’s learning and development team, led by Jason Linney also played a significant part as Stephanie elaborated, “Jason is very helpful and the training helped me understand the industry and my role better. It taught me how to interact with candidates and what to discuss while on the phone with them such as negotiating terms and helping candidates to make their career decisions was an eye-opener for me.” 

Asked what the ultimate key to their successes were Stephanie answered, “Resilience – never giving up even when things are challenging.” Mathew went on to say, “Everyday you have the chance to sit next to someone different with their own unique approaches, it makes you learn so much. You can pick up all kinds of good tips from working with colleagues with diverse working styles.”

Well done to both of them for their amazing performance! We can’t wait to see what else our ‘young guns’ will produce professionally in the future.