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Why enter the TLISC Awards for Excellence?

TLISC Awards for Excellence

Why enter the TLISC Awards for Excellence?

Do you know of an outstanding program or person in the Transport and Logistics Industry that deserves national recognition?

Now in its third year, the TLISC Awards for Excellence will again showcase outstanding examples of workforce development and industry promotion across the six Transport and Logistics sectors.

Entering the Awards provides your organisation with a number of opportunities to gain recognition at a local, state and national level.

In addition to being recognised by peers at an invitation-only presentation event on 9 April in Melbourne, winners and highly commended nominees stand to gain wide-ranging benefits:

  • All winners, finalists and highly commended nominees receive an official TLISC logo which can be used on collateral, websites, email footers, etc.
  • Free marketing and increased brand awareness in the form of TLISC media releases sent to major publications, journals and online Transport and Logistics newsletters
  • Benchmarking – the nomination process can often force you to look at your business from a different perspective and compare yourself to your competitors.
  • Employee motivation – awards recognise the hard work and achievements of your employees, winning one can help boost staff morale and improve motivation.
  • Attract talent – awards validate your hiring stature among new recruits. By pitching yourself as the best, you can attract the talent you need to push your business forward. Increased employee morale will also help attract and retain new workers.

Last year’s winner of the Chairman’s Award, De Bruyn’s Transport relished the opportunity to present the company’s whole-of-business workforce development program.

“From our perspective, it is wonderful recognition of what we have achieved in our ongoing cultural change program,” said De Bruyn’s Risk and Compliance Manager, Ferdie Kroon.

“Most importantly, what we’ve got now is a workforce that understands what we are trying to achieve. They’re seeing themselves as skilled employees in a company that is growing and trying to change with them.”

We invite organisations across Australia to nominate for the 2015 Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council Awards for Excellence. Nominations are open until Monday 2 February.

Click here for the Entry Guide and selection criteria.

Click here for the Nomination Form which must accompany your submission.

Entries must be emailed to: Greg Masters – greg.masters@tlisc.org.au. For more information about the Awards, please contact Greg on (02) 6163 7217.


PUBLISHED IN Latest News ON January 12, 2015

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