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Harrier Group appoints Zain Wadee as acting CEO

20th May 2020

The Board of Harrier Group today announce the appointment of Zain Wadee as acting Group Chief Executive Officer. The Board looks forward to working with Zain as he continues to lead our talent solutions business and execute our broader Group strategy.

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Kelly Quirk, Harrier Group CEO, recognised as one of the world’s most influential talent leaders for 5th consecutive year.

17th November 2019

Kelly Quirk, CEO of Australian total talent business Harrier Group, parent company of Harrier Talent Solutions, has been named by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of the top 50 most influential and respected female talent leaders in the world for the fifth consecutive year.

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Harrier Talent Solutions a leader in APAC according to HRO Today’s 2019 Baker’s Dozen

12th November 2019

Harrier Talent Solutions (HTS) is recognised in HRO Today’s respected Baker’s Dozen as a leader in APAC for RPO delivery.

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Are we losing our edge in the global economy?  It’s not just our recruitment metrics that are blowing out – visa changes may come at a much greater cost.

2nd April 2019

Kelly Quirk, Harrier Group CEO and Managing Director, featured in The Australian discussing the impact of visa change and potential future immigration legislation on our ability to source and hire the talent Australia needs to be globally competitive.

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Total talent business Harrier Group recognised in global RPO PEAK Matrix™ for excellence in service delivery and innovation

2nd April 2019

Everest Group has positioned total talent business Harrier Group as an Aspirant in its global Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) Services PEAK Matrix™ Assessment 2019. Harrier is the only Australian and privately owned business to feature in this globally respected market analysis.

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Who is leading the ASX 200 in gender diversity?

25th March 2019

“Without focus and accountability, targets are nothing more than a branding exercise to attract women to companies that will fail to uphold their promises,” Harrier CEO Kelly Quirk.

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