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Harrier Human Capital (Harrier) has been engaged by Australia’s largest department store, Myer, to deliver a project recruitment process outsourced solution (RPO) in NSW
Myer’s high profile strategic transformation commenced with the overhaul of its store in Warringah’s Westfield Mall on Sydney’s exclusive northern beaches. Harrier was selected as the preferred partner to deliver the recruitment for all non-management roles in advance of the store opening in October 2016.
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Kelly Quirk, CEO of Harrier Human Capital, has been named by Staffing Industry Analysts in its Global Power 100 – Women in Staffing and International 50 lists.
Staffing Industry Analysts is an independent global advisor on contingent work, staffing and recruitment. Its inaugural Global Power 100 list showcases the female entrepreneurs, policymakers, strategists and visionaries who continue to make significant contributions to the growth of the staffing industry across the world. The 2015 honourees were nominated by fellow specialists and are celebrated on a dedicated microsite.
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Published on Business News Western Australia by Matt McKenzie. Photo by Attila Csaszar.
A management buy-out of a slice of executive search firm Gerard Daniels in 2007 led to the creation of recruitment consultant Harrier Human Capital.
Within seven years, the privately owned firm became Australia’s second largest recruitment process outsourcing provider, after winning work with Coles and Chevron among others.
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CEO Kelly Quirk follows up her presentation on employer branding at the recent Australasian Talent Conference with an interview with Shortlist on getting the basics right and aligning the internal and external messaging.
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