Hicksons recognised as an Australian Business Awards’ Employer of Choice for 2023

Hicksons is delighted to share that we have been recognised as a winner for the Australian Business Awards’ Employer of Choice for 2023.

This prestigious award acknowledges firms that demonstrate effective employee recruitment, engagement and retention through positive work environments that foster employees’ growth and potential maximisation.

Hicksons’ Managing Partner, Stewart Cameron shared: “I am pleased to see attracting and retaining talent remains a priority for Hicksons. This reaffirms the firm’s position as a distinguished employer, particularly as the industry faces a talent war. People are at the core of our business. Hicksons are driven to continue supporting and investing in our people and work environment as an Employer of Choice”.

Chair of Partners, Naomi Tancred also commented, "Hicksons continues to provide a stimulating and encouraging environment for employees to grow and develop. The award demonstrates the firm’s commitment to our people and clients".

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