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August 30 2019

PHD Wins Double At The 2019 Australian Business Awards

Awards & Accolades People PHD in the Press

PHD has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2019 in not one, but two categories: HR Management (HRM) and Employer of Choice (EOC).

Now in their fourteenth year, The Australian Business Awards are an annual all-encompassing awards program for organisations that demonstrate the core values of business innovation, product innovation, technological achievement and employee engagement via a set of comprehensive award categories.

The EOC accolade recognises workplaces that maximise the full potential of their workforce through practices that demonstrate effective employee recruitment, engagement, and retention whilst the HR Management Award recognises organisations that have achieved outstanding results through initiatives that demonstrate excellence in human resource management.

PHD Australia managing director, Mark Jarrett said: “We are incredibly proud to be twice recognised in The Australian Business Awards 2019.

“We put a huge amount of time and effort into our People program and ensuring all PHD’ers have the best possible opportunities to grow and we believe this has been crucial in our wider business success over the past few years.”

Australian Business Awards program director, Tara Johnston said: “The Australian Business Awards exist to recognise organisations within Australia that are committed to their employees and their customers.

“Fifty-two organisations have been selected in this year’s Employer of Choice Awards.

“These organisations have demonstrated innovative leadership and management practices that engage and support their workforce.”

Organisational participation includes private companies, publicly listed companies, multi-national subsidiaries, non-government organisations, educational institutions, franchise systems, partnerships, government departments, government agencies, local government and statutory bodies operating in Australia.

Article originally posted on B&T

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