Cooper Grace Ward honoured for HR excellence

09 September 2013 Topics:

Cooper Grace Ward has achieved national recognition for HR excellence, being named a finalist in four categories of the Australian HR Awards.

The awards, which took place in Sydney on Friday 6 September, brought together industry leaders from across the country to celebrate excellence in the HR profession, recognising individuals, teams and companies for their outstanding achievements in people management.

Cooper Grace Ward’s outstanding performance was recognised with finalist positions in the categories of Best Change Strategy; Best HR Strategic Plan; Employer of Choice (<1000 employees); and our Director – People + Culture, Neil Baker, was selected as a finalist for Australian HR Director of the Year.

Mr Baker said he was delighted to be acknowledged as a leader in people management, and that Cooper Grace Ward’s recognition as an employer of choice placed the firm in strong company.

“It represents a tremendous honour to be acknowledged for HR excellence alongside such high profile organisations as Coca-Cola Amatil, PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand, Woolworths, CSIRO, Foxtel, Heritage Bank, Optus and QBE Insurance,” he said.

“As a law firm, we recognise that our people are our strength; however the legal profession itself presents many unique challenges in terms of achieving a positive, vibrant workplace culture and genuine employee engagement.

“Our success has hinged upon our integration of people strategies into our executive culture, ensuring that people issues are at the heart of every important business decision.”

The Australian HR Awards was attended by over 700 guests from all over Australia, with the evening’s winners and finalists showcased throughout the night, including via onscreen interviews.

Cooper Grace Ward congratulates all of this year’s HR Awards winners and finalists on their achievements.

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