8th SEPTEMBER 2017 / THE STAR, SYDNEY

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2017 AWARD WINNERS!

The Australian HR Awards continues to be the event that defines excellence in the HR profession, recognising and highlighting the outstanding achievements of those at the forefront of industry best practice and leadership.

 

Winning an Australian HR Award is a career-defining moment for HR professionals and teams across Australia. Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 event.
 
Information about the 2018 Australian HR Awards will be available soon.
 
 
 

 

2017 FEATURED

 
HR-Awards-Natalie-Bassingthwaighte

NATALIE BASSINGTHWAIGHTE

HR-Awards-band

FURNACE AND THE FUNDAMENTALS

HR-Awards-duo

LUKE ZANC DUO

2017-highlights         2017-highlights-1       2017-highlights-2       2017-highlights-3      2017-highlights-4

Winners

 Graduating from a double bachelor degree in Psychology and Business in 2013, Kelly soon after secured a HR Graduate role. Since then, she has had wonderful opportunities for development and growth. Now, she is one semester away from graduating with a Master’s degree in HRM and has recently been appointed HR Manager in a standalone business - reporting to the CEO as part of the leadership team.

She has worked with truly amazing people on her journey so far that have shaped who she is as a professional. She is excited about the opportunity to lead and create positive change.

Unfettered by pre-existing paradigms, Tricia developed her own unique ways to do things. For example, communication and storytelling is important to her. Her office is unique in design, encouraging people to come in– far from your traditional mahogany desk!

She asks all team members to have a 30 minutes cup of team with her whenever they want – to discuss anything! We have an underpinning philosophy of honest conversations, discussed during recruitment, on-boarding and supported by ongoing training programs.

Tricia believes it is a privilege to lead people – and those she leads know it is a privilege to work with her.

Alana has demonstrated outstanding ability to understand and meet the needs of both the business and employees by introducing pioneering work arrangements that address work/life balance, while promoting greater engagement and productivity.

Her commitment to understanding departments and individuals across the business has led to significant increases in employee satisfaction and retention.

In particular, she has championed Indigenous employment by not only working closely with individual employees, but by creating a supportive culture within the hotel.

Peter is honoured to be nominated for this Award and already feels a real sense of achievement and is genuinely humbled that one of his team took the time to do this.

The nomination is a reflection of the quality of team that he is privileged to lead. The outcomes that have been achieved are a credit to his team’s dedication, their desire to make a difference and to try different things.

Peter is passionate about fostering an environment in which his people can flourish and grow, where they feel valued and know that they can make a difference to bring health, hope & happiness to their world.

 Challenger’s HR team has developed a reputation for outstanding delivery of HR advice, service and strategic initiatives. The team prioritise action and efforts based on business impact, and maintain deep expertise and intelligence across a range of HR portfolios.

In 2015/2016 the team made a number of significant business contributions including: playing a pivotal role in the acquisition and integration of a UK business, driving increased engagement and capability of mid-level leaders, continuing to deliver efficient and effective HR processes, and being a key contributor to employees enjoying challenging and fulfilling work, which is reflected in Challenger’s high employee engagement.

 

 

SPONSORS

 

EVENT PARTNER

Ironfish web

 

AWARD SPONSORS

Accumulateweb
Afterburner Web
CEB

 

Davison web
Ellebelleweb
Hays web

 

PeopleCulture web
 solterbeck

 

TROPHY PARTNER

HWH-web

SUPPORTING PUBLICATION

HRDaus

BROUGHT TO YOU BY

Brought-to-you-by Keymedia

 

 

Go to top