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Nominations open for Victorian Young Achievers Awards

first_imgThe time to celebrate the efforts of young Victorians who are making a real difference in their community is nearing and patron of the Victorian Young Achiever Awards, Jenny Mikakos MP, has called for nominations.The Victorian Young Achiever Awards are open to people aged up to 29 years in over 10 sponsored categories that include regional and rural health, community service, arts and fashion, and small business achievement.The awards are now in their seventh year and supported by the Victorian Government via the sponsorship of the Group Achievement in the Community Award, which specifically recognises young people who have worked together to provide a service, programme or project for young people that has resulted in positive changes in a local community. Each category winner receives $2,000 and a trophy, with one of the category winners named the overall Victorian Young Achiever of the Year and receiving an additional $2,000 flight voucher and a state trophy.“Every day, young people across Victoria are going out of their way to make their community a better place,” the Minister for Families and Children stated. “It is an honour to be patron of the Victorian Young Achiever Awards and to acknowledge and celebrate the leadership and achievements of young people who are making a real difference to other people’s lives in Victoria.”Award nominations close on 18 December 2017. For more information or to nominate a young achiever, visit awardsaustralia.com/young-achiever-awards/vic Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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A third want more communications on employee benefits

first_imgA third (34%) of respondents want their employer to communicate more about the employee benefits and perks available at their organisation, according to research by group risk insurance provider Canada Life Group Insurance.In a survey of 1,001 full and part-time employees, Canada Life also found that 20% received information about their benefits and perks when they first joined their organisation, but have not received any communications since then. This compares to 34% who believe that their employer clearly communicates the benefits and rewards they have available.More than one in 10 (16%) respondents do not know who they should ask about available employee benefits and perks, while 9% do not know which, if any, benefits are even offered.More than half (56%) of respondents prefer to receive information on workplace benefits via email, although 29% like to have face-to-face interactions and 26% want to access information using an intranet hub.Paul Avis (pictured), marketing director at Canada Life Group Insurance, said: “Employers should re-evaluate their communication methods and learn what works for their employees. Our research suggests a renewed focus on email updates, face-to-face communications or an internal intranet system is a good place to start to fully articulate the availability of workplace benefits and give regular updates. This will ensure that all staff members understand which perks are available to them and will ultimately improve their perception of their employer.“Advisers also have a role to play in arming employers with the information and tools necessary to effectively promote benefits within the workplace, ideally working in close partnership with the insurance provider.”last_img read more

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