The AOG takes place annually in Perth and is Australia’s premier event for the oil and gas industry. At the helm of Harrier Human Capital, the company that has been delivering the fourth largest RPO in Australia and the largest in the oil and gas industry for an astounding eight years, Kelly Quirk will be sharing her insights with the delegates of the conference.
On 14th November 2013, Harrier Human Capital welcomed Rabia Siddique as the inaugural speaker at their Thought Leadership and Networking Forum. An inspirational speaker, Rabia kept her audience of 30 mesmerised as she shared her exceptional experiences and how they relate to ongoing workplace discrimination.
Rabia Siddique is a criminal and human rights lawyer, a retired British Army officer, a former terrorism and war crimes prosecutor, a professional speaker, published author and mother of triplet boys.
As platinum sponsors of the Australasian Talent Conference (ATC) in May 2013, Harrier’s presentation on Blended Workforce Optimisation was well attended by 300 delegates from around the world.
Blended workforce optimisation: the death of permanent hiring?
In this session Kelly Quirk, CEO of Harrier Human Capital, explored the idea of the blended workforce – which brings together traditional talent acquisition with the management of independent contractors, suppliers and the contingent supply chain.
On behalf of the Board, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Kelly Quirk as the new CEO of Harrier. Kelly has been working as a consultant for Harrier over the past few months and will assume her new role from the start of July.
We are extremely pleased to have secured the services of someone of Kelly’s calibre to drive the business through the next phase of its exciting growth plans. Her substantial experience in developing managed services and resourcing businesses across the globe is impressive and will be of significant importance to Harrier.