Welcome to the ninth in our series of team interviews. Each month, we’ll be asking a member of our team to tell us more about them and their involvement with rradar. This month, it’s time to hear about Legal Cashier, Sarah Good.
How and when did you first become involved with rradar?
I began working at rradar in May 2015.
Who/what was the biggest influence on your decision to work at rradar?
After researching the company before my interview, I could see rradar was a law firm with a difference. After 10 years working in law, I felt this could be a new and exciting opportunity I could not turn down.
What was your first impression of the company?
I was made to feel welcome from the moment I arrived on my first day. Everyone was really friendly and nothing was too much for anyone.
What have you found to be the most surprising/challenging aspect of working for rradar?
The amount of people who commute daily to work here speaks volumes for me. That is a sign of a good employer and says to me people enjoy working here.
The most challenging aspect is you never know what each day will bring. The company is growing rapidly meaning each day brings a new challenge.
What would you tell someone who is thinking about working for rradar?
Go for it!
How do you see rradar developing over the next five years?
I can see great things ahead for rradar; they have already achieved so much in the 3 years since they started.
If you weren’t working for rradar, what would you be doing instead?
I’d still be working at my old employer, which wasn’t anywhere near as exciting and challenging as rradar.
How would someone describe you?
Loyal, friendly, sociable. I can be stubborn too!
Surprise us with a little-known fact about you and/or your profession
Before having my children I was privileged to go on holiday to some amazing places, Dominican Republic and Thailand to name a few. One of the best experiences has to be when I went on Safari in Kenya.
To see animals in their natural environment was amazing and something I’ll never forget. Two things that stick in my mind are the 3 day old elephant we were lucky enough to see and some lions stalking and pouncing on some buffalo.
What inspires you that you think other people should know?
To be good at what I do. I pride myself on completing everything to the best of my ability.
What do you do when you aren’t working?
When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I enjoy going for meals with friends, shopping and spending time with my 2 young children.
You’re on a desert island and you can take one album, one book and one film with you. What do you take?
Album – My favourite album at the moment would have to be Coldplay, A Head Full of Dreams. Although any of the Now albums would certainly pass the time on a desert island.
Book – I am not much of a reader to be honest. If I had to choose, it would have to be The Unmumsy Mum, purely because I still haven’t managed to finish it, yet as a mother what I have read I can really relate to!
Film – If I was on a desert island, it would have to be something girly like Father of the Bride. I loved Mary Poppins growing up so that would have be a contender too!