Australian HR Awards named event of the year finalist

HRD Online and the Australian HR Awards have been named as finalists in the 2018 Publish Awards

Australian HR Awards named event of the year finalist

The Australian HR Awards has been named a finalist in the 2018 Publish Awards.

Held at the Star in September last year, The Australian HR Awards were shortlisted in the Event of the Year (Business) category alongside another Key Media event, the Australian Mortgage Awards.

The Australian HR Awards was not the only product in Key Media’s HR portfolio to gain recognition with Human Resources Director also shortlisted in the Website of the Year – Business category.

“We are proud that the Australian HR Awards has been shortlisted in the Event of the Year category, acknowledgement that it is a benchmark award program,” said Key Media’s managing director for APAC Justin Kennedy.

“The awards program has always been about showcasing the industry’s commitment to excellence, recognising and highlighting the outstanding achievements of those at the forefront of industry best practice and leadership.

“This year’s Australian HR Awards in September promises to be another celebration of the industry’s best.”

Overall, Key Media has received five finalist nominations across three categories this year.

  • Event of the Year
  • Business Publication of the Year
  • Website of the Year - Business

The Publish Awards recognise the best in print and digital publishing across Australia and Key Media’s recognition is testament to the quality of the company’s products. Key Media was awarded Business Publishing Company of the Year in 2016.

Winners will be announced at a gala dinner on 20 September.

 

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