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The latest news and media coverage from Harrier Group.

Harrier CEO wins in two categories in 40under40 Awards

12th March 2015

Harrier Human Capital CEO, Kelly Quirk, has won in two categories at the prestigious 40under40 Awards. Ms Quirk was named winner of the Professional Services and the City of Perth Strategic Alliance categories, in addition to being a finalist in the 40under40 award. Now in its fourteenth year, the 40under40 Awards has an alumni of…

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Harrier CEO finalist in 40under40 Awards

3rd February 2015

Media release Harrier Human Capital CEO, Kelly Quirk, has been announced as a finalist in the 40under40 Awards. Now in its fourteenth year, the 40under40 Awards has an alumnus of over 500 business achievers. Established by BusinessNews, the awards program is designed to recognise and celebrate Western Australia’s 40 leading business entrepreneurs under the age…

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Harrier surprises with flashmob performance

18th December 2014

Members of our Harrier team surprised all in attendance at our 2014 Christmas dinner with a flash mob performance. The performance was organised by the Harrier social committee and weekly rehearsals were taking place since August on our rooftop terrace – BHP Billiton (along with the surrounding buildings) were a regular audience for our rehearsals!…

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Harrier awarded another of the top four RPO contracts in Australia

13th October 2014

Harrier Human Capital has announced its win of the RPO contract for Coles. With implementation completed at the end of June, Harrier’s onsite teams are already embedded in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth and are managing the recruitment of the retail giant’s 1,200+ Store Support Centre positions, as well as hundreds of additional leadership…

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Australian organisations resist flexible working arrangements

17th September 2014

A recent poll by Harrier Human Capital found that 48% of respondents work for organisations with no flexible work arrangements on offer. Despite a growing trend in global workplaces, Australian organisations appear slow to offer alternative work arrangements.  The Harrier findings are consistent with a 2013 study of 500 organisations by labour analytics company Kronos…

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Diversity improves the bottom line

1st July 2014

Media release According to a recent poll by Harrier Human Capital, 63% of respondents say their organisation has a strategy in place for managing an increasingly diverse workforce. Evidence shows clear economic benefits for cultural and gender diversity; companies with strong executive and board diversity, average 53% higher ROEs and 14% EBIT than those with without.

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