HR’s top service providers revealed

The results of HRD’s inaugural Top Service Provider Awards are now available

HR’s top service providers revealed

Engaging an HR service provider can be a daunting task for an HR leader, yet the benefits for seeking out the best of the best are significant – with the best vendors acting as a seamless extension to the in-house HR function.

Introducing HRD magazine’s inaugural Top Service Provider Awards, uncovering the HR industry’s most valued business partners of 2017.

Earlier this year, service providers from across the country were invited to submit entries in one of the following key specialist areas of HR service: employment law, executive education, HRIS, payroll systems, reward and recognition, talent management and recruitment.

The entries were then subject to a rigorous judging process by a panel of HR directors from some of Australia’s most successful organisations, including Australia Post, oOh Media and Lindt & Sprüngli.

Click here to view the 2017 winners and for the full report see issue 16.06 of HRD magazine, out now.

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