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Employment Minister Congratulates Top Employer


Monday, 25th June 2012 at 11:20 am
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Australia’s top 50 workplaces as listed by BRW magazine’s annual Best Places to Work List have been visited by the Federal Minister for Employment Bill Shorten.

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Employment Minister Congratulates Top Employer
Monday, 25th June 2012 at 11:20 am

Australia’s top 50 workplaces as listed by BRW magazine’s annual Best Places to Work List have been visited by the Federal Minister for Employment Bill Shorten.

Shorten has encouraged other Australian employers and employees to look to these workplaces for lessons on how to improve themselves.

“I absolutely believe that what everyone wants in life is a good job,” Shorten said.

“A good job is one which employees and employers want to turn up to every day. It's one where teamwork is paramount, where everyone’s insights are valued. It's where the whole team feels empowered. It's where you feel that you're getting skills development.”

The Minister also gave special mention to the winner of this year’s Best Place to Work, Melbourne based IT firm OBS.

“I have today rung the managing director of OBS, Andy Neuman, to personally offer my congratulations to him and his team,” he said.

“He told me the secret of their success was fundamentally to be honest with people, build trust with staff, be collaborative and create energy from staff who feel engaged.”
 

Best places to work 2012

Rank Company Location
1 OBS Melbourne
2 NetApp Australia North Sydney
3 Google Pyrmont
4 e-Web Marketing St Leonards
5 Altis Consulting Sydney
6 Salesforce.com Sydney
7 Cordelta Canberra
8 The Physio Co South Melbourne
9 Atlassian Sydney
10 TRC Group Sydney
11 McAfee Australia Sydney
12 Amgen Australia Sydney
13 Ikon Communications Sydney
14 Diageo Australia Sydney
15 Mediacom Sydney
16 MRWED Group Morayfield
17 RedBalloon Sydney
18 C3 Business Solutions Melbourne
19 Silver Chef Brisbane
20 Dale Alcock Homes Perth
21 Distribution Central Sydney
22 Optiver Sydney
23 Marble Group Sydney
24 Alluvium Melbourne
25 Employment Office Brisbane
26 Sentis Brisbane
27 Readify Melbourne
28 Wavelength International Sydney
29 Kiandra IT Melbourne
30 OMD Australia Sydney
31 Auscoal Warners Bay
32 Nova Aerospace Edinburgh
33 Ernst & Young Sydney
34 Swaab Attorneys Sydney
35 JDS Melbourne
36 RCI Gold Coast
37 Zinc Group Melbourne
38 i2C Design and Management Glebe
39 Juniper Networks Australia North Sydney
40 Adconion Media Group Melbourne
41 Quiksilver Torquay
42 Hitachi Data Systems North Ryde
43 Re-Engage youth Services Christies Beach
44 SAS Australia Lane Cove
45 Thoughtworks Sydney
46 Check Point St Leonards
47 Adidas Australia Mulgrave
48 Abbott Botany
49 Kikki K Port Melbourne
50 Solentive Surry Hills
   


The full BRW list can be viewed here.




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