Nominations coming in strong for Australian HR Awards

by HCA17 May 2012

If you have not yet submitted your nominations for the 2012 Australian HR Awards, it’s time to get organised. Already many individuals and organisations have submitted nominations in recognition of outstanding achievements over the past year.

Click here to visit the online nominations page now.

There are twenty award categories open for nomination, including new categories for Best Reward and Recognition Strategy and Best Recruitment Strategy as well as the highly coveted award for Lifetime Achievement in the HR Industry. All members of the HR industry are invited to nominate in as many categories as you would like at no charge.

The leading awards event for human resource professionals across Australia, the recognition that comes from winning an Australian HR Award not only heightens your individual or company profile as a leader in the industry; it offers valuable validation for the effort that goes into developing visionary people management strategies. 

John Francois, director of McAfee Australia, last year’s winner of Best Learning & Development Strategy, said their win was an immense source of pride and satisfaction for the team for their hard work.

“Winning an HR Award provided great validation and recognition that the L&D direction and strategy we have implemented is highly regarded in this industry,” said Francois. “The Award has helped us in retaining our key talent and attracting talent to our organisation as development is an important element for people when seeking a company to work for.”

Click here to submit your nominations for the 2012 Australian HR Awards now. Nominations close 22nd June.

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