Australian HR Awards: Nominations set to close on April 30

Time is ticking to nominate an individual, team or employer for this year’s gongs

Australian HR Awards: Nominations set to close on April 30

The annual Australian HR Awards – presented by HRD in partnership with Australian Business Lawyers & Advisers – is proudly returning as a prestigious gala to celebrate the top HR teams, leaders and employers across the nation. It’s a true reflection of excellence in the HR profession.

Due to the pandemic, last year’s awards were moved to an online format, but with the vast majority of COVID-19 restrictions now being lifted, we are excited to announce that this year’s event will be face-to-face, allowing attendees to gather physically at Doltone House in Darling Island, Sydney, and cheer on their colleagues in person.

This year, we are seeking nominations across 20 prestigious categories that are open to HR teams, individuals, employers and their programs and initiatives.

It’s the perfect chance to acknowledge outstanding achievements and hard work over an extraordinary year, so we encourage you to nominate your team, company, an exceptional colleague or even yourself.

The online nomination process is straightforward, free and open until April 30. Finalists will be announced online via the HRD newsletter and online channels in June.

Winners and excellence awardees will be announced and celebrated at the highly anticipated awards gala on September 3 at the Doltone House, Darling Island.

We look forward to your nominations and celebrating your remarkable achievements!

We extend special thanks to our event partner Australian Business Lawyers & Advisers, and award sponsors Achievers, Globalization Partners and ServiceNow for supporting this event and the recognition of HR excellence.

To submit your nominations, visit the Australian HR Awards webpage.

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