Australian HR Awards – fourth round of finalists announced

The fourth and final round of finalists for the Australian HR Awards have been announced

Australian HR Awards – fourth round of finalists announced

The fourth and final round of finalists for the Australian HR Awards have been announced.

With finalists from a wide range of industries across 20 categories, the awards recognise excellence in HR leadership and people management across Australia.

Employee engagement firm Achievers has sponsored the Best Reward and Recognition category of the awards this year.

“Reward and recognition have been especially important for employees this year,” said event organiser Emma Marrett.

“With employees facing unprecedented challenges, it’s been really inspiring to see how many HR teams and organisations have really stepped up and shown their appreciation to their employees,” she said.

“I think it’s so important that we recognise companies that are rewarding and motivating their workforces, now more than ever,” said Marrett.

The finalists for the five final categories of the Australian HR Awards are:

Employer of Choice (1-99 Employees)
Corporate Technology Services
DBM Consultants
Edwards Lifesciences
ghd hair
Howden Australia
Total Image Group

Employer of Choice (100 - 999 Employees)
AbbVie Australia
Apiam Animal Health
Queensland Treasury Corporation

Employer of Choice (>1000 Employees)
Affinity Education Group
Coca-Cola Amatil
Deloitte Australia
Mader Group
Publicis Groupe
University of Queensland

Employer of Choice (Public Sector & NFP)
Cancer Council Queensland
Community Enterprise Queensland
Hume Community Housing
Level Crossing Removal Project
Penrith City Council
Stepping Stone House
The Disability Trust
Vision Australia

Achievers Best Reward & Recognition Program
Edwards Lifesciences
Gold Coast Health
National Disability Insurance Agency

Brought to you by event partner Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors, the Australian HR Awards recognise excellence in human resources and people leadership across Australian organisations.

A full list of finalists can be found here.

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