Data#3 wins Australia’s Best Company title

Data#3 wins Australia’s Best Company title

Wins gold medal in the large business category

Data#3 CEO, Laurence Baynham

Data#3 CEO, Laurence Baynham

Australian business technology solutions company, Data#3 (ASX:DTL), has been named Australia’s Best Company in the 2016 Employer of Choice Awards by the Human Resources Director (HRD) Magazine.

The company won the gold medal in the large business category (500+ employees) and was followed by MYOB, which received the silver medal.

The award recognises companies that were rated by their employees across several different aspects of satisfaction.

Data#3’s CEO, Laurence Baynham, said the award is great recognition of the efforts of many people across the Data#3 group.

“Our continued focus and investment in HR programs and community initiatives assist in making Data#3 a great place to work, and aligns tightly with our strategic goals.

“I’m extremely proud to receive this award on behalf of the Data#3 team. To compete against world-leading companies across a mix of industries and to take home gold, is a fantastic achievement!” he mentioned.

Data#3 national manager of organisational development and HR, Tash Macknish, said the company prides itself on living its values and keeping key stakeholders at the forefront of all business decisions, which is instrumental in building this culture.

“Our people and industry contacts obviously feel that we are doing a good job living up to the high standards that we set ourselves. To have this achievement recognised in a forum such as this is outstanding.”

“Our people shape our business, we are always seeking feedback and striving to improve,” Macknish added.

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