Friday, 4th September 2020 | The Star Sydney

SEPTEMBER 4TH 2020

THE STAR SYDNEY

 AUSTRALIAN HR AWARDS

The Australian HR Awards celebrates the outstanding achievements of the country's top HR leaders, companies and teams.

The awards defined excellence in 2019 with over 830 of the top HR professionals across Australia filling The Star, Sydney to celebrate with the winners. 

The highlights of the night are now available here.

  

Nominations for the 2020 Australian HR Awards will open on the 30th of March 2020.

 

 

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TOM WILLIAMS

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Tom Williams

Master of Ceremonies

A carpenter by trade and a popular media personality, Tom Williams has earned a reputation as both a thrill-seeker and all-around 'nice guy'. Having worked with the Seven Network across a variety of programs, including The Great Outdoors and Dancing with the Stars, Tom is currently on-air each weekday co-hosting the popular lifestyle show, The Daily Edition.
Tom's first foray into media began with radio in July 2000, when he appeared as a regular guest on Merrick and Rosso's Triple J radio show as Tom the Chippy. Tom moved with the duo to NOVA the following year, running The Chippy's Driver Reviver segment every Friday morning. This soon led to television opportunities, with his knockabout charm and popularity amongst audiences making him a natural choice for the role of resident carpenter on the Seven Network's DIY show, Room for Improvement in 2001.
Tom's popularity with audiences soared in 2005 after his winning performance on Dancing with the Stars and his relationship with Seven Network continued to thrive. Since then, Tom has enjoyed co-hosting roles for Gladiators, Rexona's Greatest Athlete and the travel show, High Road Low Road, as well as a 4 year stint as the host of Surf Patrol. He also joined the Channel Seven commentary team at the Beijing Olympics and for the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Iron Man Series.
One of Tom's most relished roles, was that of reporter on popular travel show, The Great Outdoors (2001 – 2012). A ski/snowboard enthusiast, competitive ocean kayaker and keen surfer, the show was a perfect fit for Tom. Over seven years, he presented from more than 60 trips spanning 25 countries and found himself paragliding over Switzerland's Matterhorn, trekking through the Guatemalan jungle, exploring an active volcano in Costa Rica, and walking the Inca Trail into Machu Picchu amongst many other adventures.
Tom returned to radio again in 2011, joining the Classic Rock FM team to present a two hour weekly lifestyle show each Saturday Morning called The Tom Williams Show, which covered topics on entertainment, music, topical news, health and fitness. Tom has also released his own book DIY Around The Home, packed full of ideas offering a practical, user- friendly guide to some common & effective DIY projects.
When not working, Tom enjoys spending time with his family and baby girl. A Sydney boy born and bred, Tom is also an ambassador for the Sydney Swans AFL team and likes to spend his downtime enjoying the sun, sand and surf all over Australia.

 

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