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South Australian residents are being encouraged to nominate a local artist, designer or performer in their local community to receive a 2017 South Australian Young Achiever Award – in The Coffee Club sponsored Fashion and Arts category.The annual Young Achiever Awards acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people up to and including 29 years of age.The Employer of the Year Award is given to a retail or quick service business that can demonstrate innovative employment practices that not only attract the right people, but develop engaged employees who contribute to the overall success of the business.Minor DKL General Manager People, Tammy Ryder, was delighted to accept the award on behalf of Minor DKL Food Group at the Rewards for Excellence gala event held in Sydney earlier this month.New South Wales residents are being encouraged to nominate a local artist, designer or performer in their local community to receive a 2017 New South Wales Young Achiever Award – in The Coffee Club sponsored Fashion and Arts category.The winner of the Arts and Fashion category will receive ,500 from Masonicare and a magnificent trophy.His Ph D research is exploring experimental arts practice in the environment.An exhibiting artist both nationally and internationally, James work has received accolades from Arts NSW, The Contemporary Centre of Photography and the Sony World Photography Organization.
He was commissioned by Wagga Wagga Hospital and the Council to create an interactive all-ages installation and was also featured in the program of the Fusion Festival.
Minor DKL Food Group offers a rich and rewarding workplace with industry-leading training programs to develop its employees and a learning and development framework that offers a clear career path within the hospitality industry,” Tammy said.
Sharing the limelight with me is a small and hardworking team who not only handle corporate HR issues, but also manage HR enquiries from franchisees who collectively are responsible for the successful running of more than 300 stores located from one Australian seaboard to the other.
What started as a late night coffee shop in Brisbane’s CBD, has grown into an international concern with more than 8,000 employees working in a combined 450 stores in nine countries.
“To win an award in Australia’s largest retail awards program is an outstanding achievement of which I’m proud.
“In a very competitive field, this win demonstrates that Minor DKL Food Group is becoming more agile and has truly come of age.” Since joining Minor DKL Food Group in 2014, Tammy has been responsible for implementing some of the most radical shifts in the group’s short history including developing and relaunching The Coffee Club’s Learning and Development program, signing a Proactive Compliance Deed with the Fair Work Ombudsmen and leading her team to win numerous HR and L&D awards.