Revealed: HRD Australia 5-Star Employers of Choice 2024

Annual ranking celebrates nearly 50 standout companies

Revealed: HRD Australia 5-Star Employers of Choice 2024

HRD Australia is excited to reveal the 5-Star Employer of Choice 2024 list, celebrating companies that are redefining what it means to be a “top employer.”

The Special Report recognises companies that go above and beyond for their employees, specifically in the areas of benefits, compensation, culture, employee development, and diversity and inclusion.

The 2024 winners hail from a range of industries but all share the commonality of being innovative and committed to creating environments in which their people are happy, supported and equipped with the tools to thrive.

For an in-depth Special Report, be sure to click here.

The 2024 winners of the HRD Australia 5-Star Employer of Choice include:

To see the full list of winners and read the 5-Star Employer of Choice Special Report, click here.

Methodology for awards

The entry process for HRD Australia’s 2024 5-Star Employer of Choice comprised two steps: an employer submission followed by an employee survey.

First, employers had to complete an in-depth submission to explain their various offerings and practices. Next, employees from nominated organisations were asked to fill out an anonymous form evaluating their workplace on an umber of metrics including benefits, compensation, culture, employee development and commitment to diversity and inclusion.

To be considered, each organisation had to reach a minimum number of employee responses based on overall size. Employers that achieved a 75% or greater average satisfaction rating from employees were named 5-Star Employers of Choice for 2024.

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