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FHR Values: Monthly Award Winners
Each month, the FHR team is given the opportunity to nominate others for outstanding commitment to the company values. From the nominations, the executive team selects winners who have gone above and beyond in championing the values. This is an opportunity for FHR to regularly celebrate team culture, and one way in which we measure success as who we are, not just what we do.
How To Be Ready For Anything When Pitching Your Services
Planning for a bid, tender, proposal, or pitch can be daunting, especially when competing with bigger companies. Many small businesses may discover that they don’t have all the resources required. However, this shouldn’t put them off pitching. With the right approach and some careful planning, the project win could be theirs.
Frontline Human Resources announces partnership with Yurringa, to improve economic parity for Indigenous communities
Frontline Human Resources (FHR) is proud to announce a partnership with Yurringa – an Indigenous-led, and owned, employment enterprise in Shepparton, Victoria.
This partnership provides Yurringa with back-of-house, scalable capacity, to offer labour hire and employment services to the communities they serve. The partnership seeks to create sustainable, prosperous, and balanced communities amongst those who experience disadvantage.
Through this collaboration, Yurringa can act on its objectives of improving economic parity between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous communities, to achieve a more sustainable future for Indigenous people. The relationship is formally reflected in the words “Yurringa, powered by FHR”.
Successfully integrating white-collar workers into a blue-collar environment
Regardless of the industry, most organisations’ workforces are made up of a mix of blue- and white-collar workers. Integrating white-collar workers into a blue-collar environment doesn’t need to be hard. With the right approach, an inclusive culture can be established. The result? There’s no ‘them and us’. Instead, everyone works as one.