Polyglot Group is proud to be recognised for our commitment to flexibility, equity and employee engagement, placing as a finalist for the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) Awards 2018.


As a boutique business consultancy offering solutions centred around people, Human Resources are just one of our areas of expertise and ways to strengthen human-to-human relations.

A family business right from its humble beginnings, The Polyglot Group is committed to a safe, positive, fulfilling, and harmonious work environment. Our proud Polyglotters (members of the Polyglot Family) are people-focused, delivering services to recognise and nurture the people that make business possible in the first place.

For us, human capital is where the values of humanity meet the utility and functionality of society, and we believe that humans are the essence – the driving force – of the world as we know it today.


About The Awards

We at Polyglot Group are delighted to have been selected for no less than two award categories:

1. The Elizabeth Broderick AO Workforce Flexibility Award
for outstanding people management strategies and initiatives which allow diverse groups of employees to flourish through flexible work practices; looks at flexibility, engagement &productivity,  employee consultation, innovation, culture, impact, metrics & outcome, sustainability, leadership.

2. The Lynda Gratton CEO Award – dedicated to our very own CEO Corinne Bot
for CEOs who, through best-practice people management, achieve positive results for their organisation;
looks at achievement, impact, progression, leadership, relationships, networks, energy, credible activism.


The AHRI Awards recognise and celebrate innovations, initiatives and achievements in business. They represent Australia’s most prestigious HR awards program, with individual and organisation HR and business excellence is recognised and celebrated.

Patrons on the AHRI Awards advisory panel include Professor Dave Ulrich, Fons Trompenaars, Lynda Gratton, Michael Kirby AC CMG, and Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO. They set thorough and rigorous award criteria, and ensure an independent and transparent process.

AHRI is the national association representing HR and people management professionals. With over 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe, AHRI sets the professional standard for HR in Australia through HR certification; provides formal education and training services in HR, people management and business skills; runs world-class conferences and events; and holds seminars and networking opportunities all over Australia.


We would like to take this moment to thank the AHRI for their contribution to HR and acknowledgement of businesses of all sizes in this space.

A big congratulations also to our fellow AHRI Awards finalists! We look forward to catching you all at the award ceremony in Melbourne on Thursday 29 November 2018. See you there!

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