The FINANCIAL — Sydney Airport has been recognised as an Employer of Choice in The Australian Business Awards 2016.
“Sydney Airport is committed to being an Employer of Choice and we’re very proud to be recognised for investing in our people,” Sydney Airport Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Kerrie Mather said.
“This Employer of Choice award is testament to our dedicated and diverse people, who together make Sydney Airport a collaborative and progressive place to work.
“We continue to invest in learning and development, engagement, diversity, and health and wellbeing initiatives to make the airport an even better place to work.”
The Australian Business Award for Employer of Choice recognises organisations which have developed leading workplaces that maximise the full potential of their workforce through practices that demonstrate effective employee recruitment, engagement and retention, according to Sydney Airport.
“The Australian Business Awards is proud to recognise employers who continue to transform what it means to be an effective employer,” Australian Business Awards Program Director Tara Johnston said.
“These organisations have maximised the potential of their workforces by adopting approaches predicated on employee engagement and workplace improvement.
“The fast-paced world of modern business demands dynamic workplace environments that enable creativity and innovation. Organisations that closely tie these values to their culture and leadership can provide employees with challenging and rewarding workplaces.
“Employers who are able to provide world-class workplaces will attract and retain the most talented employees.”
Sydney Airport’s employee value proposition is: Dynamic business. Dedicated people. Continuously improving.
Entrant organisations in The Australian Business Awards are required to demonstrate their achievements in line with core values across the key areas of:
Leadership and strategy;
Training and development;
Employee health, safety and satisfaction;
Performance management; and
Recognition and remuneration.