Australian HR Awards – third round of finalists announced

The finalists for the HR team of the year, health and wellbeing and L&D categories have been revealed today

Australian HR Awards – third round of finalists announced

The third round of finalists have been announced for the Australian HR Awards.

The Australian HR Awards recognise excellence in people management across 20 categories, with finalists from a range of difference industries and organisation sizes and types.

Specialist employment agency HAYS has sponsored Australian HR Team of the Year (under 1,000 employees) category this year, recognise excellence in all-round HR achievement.

“HR teams have really had to pull together this year like no other year in history,” said Justin Kennedy, Managing Director of HR Awards event organiser Key Media.

“We’ve had particularly strong nominations in the team categories, and these will be hotly-contested awards,” he said.

Here are the finalists of the third round of categories being announced this week.

Best Health & Wellbeing Program
Camden Council
Data#3
Edwards Lifesciences
Johnson & Johnson
McDonald's Limited
Mondelez
NSW Ambulance
QBE Insurance Australia’
Sanofi
Singleton Council

Best Learning & Development Program
Accor Hotels Australia - Academy
Data#3
Deloitte Australia
EY
Kraft Heinz
Level Crossing
McDonald's Australia
Schneider Electric Pacific
Woolworths Group

Australian HR Team of the Year (> 1000)
Affinity Education Group
Coca-Cola Amatil
Gold Coast Health
Kmart
Metcash
Coles Group
Serco AsPac
Transdev Australasia
Youi

HAYS Australian HR Team of the Year (≤ 1000)
Apiam Animal Health
C.H. Robinson Worldwide (AU)
Canstar
Insight
Investa
Kraft Heinz
Liberty Financial
NSW Ambulance
Pernod Ricard Winemakers
Uber Australia

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.

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