Finalists revealed for Australian HR Awards

The shortlist for this year’s awards has just been announced

Finalists revealed for Australian HR Awards

The finalists for the 2017 Australian HR Awards have been announced today.

The event, sponsored by Ironfish, defines excellence in the HR profession, recognising the achievements of outstanding HR professionals, teams and companies across 20 categories.

Joseph Chou, CEO and founder of Ironfish offered his congratulations to the finalists.

“At Ironfish, people are our number-one priority. We believe a key reason why people invest with us is because of the high value we place in creating the right corporate culture and continually investing in our people,” said Chou.

“We understand the positive impact that a strong HR team can have, so we’re proud to support the Australian HR Awards, which recognises and celebrates the best of the best in the country,” he said.

Nominations for the Australian HR Awards were up over 40 per cent this year, which meant competition was fierce in every category. In total, there are 165 finalists from 124 companies, representing a true cross-section of the HR profession’s best.

Click here to find out who they are.

As the next step of the awards process, all finalists are invited to complete a submission for an independent panel of judges selected from across the HR profession. Winners will be announced at a black-tie awards ceremony on Friday 8 September at The Star, Sydney. To book a table to attend the event click here or to find out more, visit

The 2017 Australian HR Awards is proudly sponsored by Ironfish together with Accumulate, Afterburner, CEB, Davidson, elle belle recruitment, Hays, People+Culture Strategies, Smartgroup, Solterbeck and H.W. Holdsworth. 

Full coverage of the 2017 Australian HR Awards finalists will also be available in the latest issue of HRD magazine out this week.

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