Hicksons recognised as a Winner for Employer of Choice in the Australian Business Awards 2020

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The Australian Business Awards has recognised Hicksons as a Winner for Employer of Choice 2020.

Winning the Employer of Choice Award demonstrates our commitment to our people and our clients.  A strong execution plan has been designed over the past year to ensure the successful implementation of the firm’s 2025 Strategic Vision.  The programs and initiatives we have put in place as a team support the achievement of this Vision," said Colleen Weiler, COO of Hicksons.

With the extra challenges of the pandemic, Hicksons’ decisive leadership, strong infrastructure and collaborative culture has set the firm up for success. The past 12 months has seen the firm build an infrastructure which supports its people engagement. Our programs will continue to focus on attraction, retention and engagement of top talent.
 
"In times when organisations are reshaping their business models, I am pleased that Hicksons is continuing to develop its people initiatives, including promotions, appointments and strategic hires.  This Award is a testament to Hicksons and our ability to flourish and grow."

The Australian Business Award for Employer of Choice recognises organisations that develop workplaces that maximise the full potential of their workforce through established policies and practices which demonstrate effective employee recruitment, engagement and retention.
 

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