For the second consecutive year, Publicis Groupe Australia has been recognised as an Employer of Choice (EOC) in the annual Australian Business Awards (ABA) 2022.
Publicis Groupe ANZ CEO, Michael Rebelo said: “We are deeply honoured to be recognised again as one of Australia’s Employers of Choice. Winning this award for the second time is underpinned by the dedication and ingenuity of our agency brand leaders and People & Culture team – whose innovative thinking and adaptiveness continues to cultivate an organisational culture of connectedness and excellence.
“I would like to thank and congratulate our people on this achievement, as we continue within Publicis to strive toward an inclusive, enriching, and sustainable work environment that best prepares us for the future.”
Publicis Groupe was also recognised as an Employer of Choice last year, in the 2021 Australian Business Awards.
The Australian Business Awards (ABA) are an all-encompassing awards program that recognises organisations that demonstrate the core values of business innovation, product innovation, technological achievement and employee engagement.
The Employer of Choice Award goes to organisations that develop industry-leading workplaces that maximise the full potential of their workforce through established policies and practices that demonstrate effective employee recruitment, engagement, and retention.
To gain its recognition as an EOC, Publicis Groupe were bench-marked against world-class performance standards utilising a robust and dynamic framework of assessment.
On top of this, Ogilvy has managed to take the Employer of Choice award for the 5th year in a row – the only Agency in Australia to have obtained this status so many years running.
Sally Kissane, CEO, Ogilvy said: “I am incredibly proud that Ogilvy has been awarded Employer of Choice by the Australian Business Awards for the 5th year in a row. This is important recognition for Ogilvy. Employer of choice recognises leading workplaces from across the country and across a range of different industries that enable their teams to maximise their full potential and provide a stimulating and supportive workplace.
“For us that means a place to work where our differences are valued, we work well together and support each other, we learn more both formally and informally, and a place where we can do the best work of our lives. Having this officially recognised five years in a row is no easy feat – the bar is very high for this kind of award, so our small but mighty people team deserve massive congratulations, as does the entire Ogilvy team who make this such a wonderful place to work, each and every day.”
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