JCurve Solutions has been recognised as an Employer of Choice (EOC) in The Australian Business Awards 2017. The EOC accolade 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.
JCurve Solutions has also been recognised as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2017 for Product Excellence. This award recognises the success of JCurve ERP - an all-in-one, cloud-based business management software solution designed exclusively for growing small-to-medium (SME) sized businesses in Australia and New Zealand. As an exclusive small business edition of NetSuite, JCurve ERP helps SMEs better manage their resources (across people, products, customers and financials) to drive productivity and performance further.
Stephen Canning, CEO of JCurve Solutions says these awards provide important recognition of the great success which the business is achieving. He attributes this success to continued investment in people, culture, values and customers.
“JCS has become known for its awesome culture, energetic team and delivering results. We’ve invested to create the foundations for people to do their best work; together”, CEO, Stephen Canning, explained. “Values are made real at JCS. Everyone is not only encouraged but expected to challenge each other on actions and behaviours inconsistent with values focussed around teamwork, ownership and a sense of urgency. “Our commitment to building a values-led organisation allows us to attract and retain top industry talent who are passionate about delivering solutions to clients that improve business performance. The team are very proud to once again be recognised as a top Australian workplace,” continued Stephen.
Australian Business Awards Program Director, Tara Johnston, comments, “There is a close relationship between innovation and employee engagement. Engaged employees often perform at a higher level and bring dedication and interest to their job, which often leads to innovation in the workplace.”
Now in their twelfth year, The Australian Business Awards are an annual all-encompassing awards program which recognises organisations that demonstrate the core values of business innovation, product innovation, technological achievement and employee engagement via a set of comprehensive award categories.
The key attributes of the Employer of Choice Framework define the characteristics of well-managed, high-performing, industry leading organisations that provide a stimulating and supportive workplace. Entrant organisations are required to demonstrate their achievements across the key areas of Organisational Culture; Leadership & Strategy; Employee Education, Training & Development; Employee Health, Safety & Satisfaction; Performance Management; Recognition & Remuneration.
For more information on The Australian Business Award for Employer of Choice and the 2017 EOC Winners go to www.employerofchoiceawards.com.au.
For more information on The Australian Business Awards and the 2017 ABA100 Winners go to www.australianbusinessawards.com.au.
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About JCurve Solutions: JCurve Solutions is a trusted Australian technology solutions partner, listed on the ASX (JCS). The team at JCS utilise the power of the cloud to help customers make lasting, substantial improvements to their performance and grow into great businesses. Supported by some of the biggest names in the cloud computing and telecommunications industries, partners of JCS include the number 1 global cloud ERP provider, NetSuite, Optus Australia and MYOB. Learn more: www.jcurvesolutions.com
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