Despite her disabilities, Jayme Richardson is without a doubt one of the fastest employees in Recall’s Greystanes Digital Conversion Centre.
In fact, she has the medals to prove it.
The 24-year-old Sydney native suffers from cerebral palsy due to a complicated child birth.
But it’s a condition that rarely slows Jayme down today. She’s a two-time world record holder in women’s Paralympic cycling, and a medal-winner for Australia at both the Beijing and London Paralympic Games.
When Jayme’s not training for her next para-cycling event, she’s hard at work for our clients in Recall Digital Services.
Recall Digital Services provides a wide range of services for our clients including document collection, preparation, scanning, conversion and intelligent data capture.
We’re extremely proud to have Jayme as part of Recall’s Workplace Diversity program in her dual role as employee and Recall Diversity Ambassador.
At Recall, we strive to create an all-inclusive work environment where the contributions of each and every employee are acknowledged and rewarded.
By successfully fostering a culture of workplace diversity at Recall, we celebrate the differences that make each of us unique.
For employees with disabilities, Recall recognises that employment not only provides economic value, but also holds significant social and psychological benefits for our employees as well.
The next big cycling event for Jayme is the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Please join us in welcoming this determined young lady and accomplished scanning operator to the Recall family.