The Selection Partners Sydney Office capped off a great year with a celebration in style at the Workclub Sydney Offices. A live band entertained guests whilst Ken and Domenica mixed up a storm (and a mean negroni) at the bar. Guests revelled well into the night.
Selection Partners Principal in Sydney Amy Cato said ‘we are really proud of what the Sydney office has built in such a short amount of time. 2018 is already looking busy with recruitment and diversity consulting pre booked so we took this opportunity to let our hair down and reflect on the success of the past year.’
She also noted it had been an interesting year from a global point of view with a mix of wins and setbacks in the diversity space. ‘We need to stay focused on doing what is right for society and the business community which is to advocate and advance equality and not be swayed by obstacles in the course. I have had moments over the past 12 months of being disheartened, but when I look to Australia’s YES vote, the much needed exposure caused by the #Metoo movement and some wonderful key appointments in Australia such as Raelene Castle, Elizabeth Gaines and Gabby Costigan I feel optimistic for the future.’
Meanwhile in Melbourne… a festive themed lunch, followed by nerf gun wars was a great ending to a year of hard work and triumphs.
Selection Partners wishes everyone a happy and safe festive season.