Friday, 6th September | The Star Sydney

 

HR PROFESSION CELEBRATE NIGHT OF NIGHTS

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2018 Australian HR Awards including all guests, finalists, awards sponsors and judges. Over 850 of the top HR Professionals across Australia filled The Star on 7 September to celebrate with the winners. A total of 20 awards were announced at the event, recognising the outstanding achievements of teams and individuals for their outstanding achievements over the past 12 months. 

To view the 2018 awards winners please click here

 

 

2018 FEATURED

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NATALIE BASSINGTHWAIGHTE

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FURNACE AND THE FUNDAMENTALS

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LINDEN FURNELL

2018-Highlights         highlight1       highlight2       highlight3      highlight4

Perpetual’s flexibility program is based on the belief that all roles can be performed flexibly. This has been brought to life thanks to a strong culture built on trust and focussed on performance.

Leaders at Perpetual are committed to flexibility. They are advocates, champions and role models, with their interests solely on outcomes rather than time spent at the office.

With a growing population of people taking advantage of formal flexibility arrangements and all team members able to access informal flexibility, Perpetual’s employee engagement score saw a lift this year, increasing five points to 71%, with flexibility a key driver.

Also this year, Perpetual committed to pay superannuation to its employees on unpaid parental leave and made those payments in June.

Flexibility is a strength for Perpetual, delivering benefits for its people, clients and shareholders.

 

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