PeopleSense named top WA business

11/07/2016 - 13:42

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A local psychological consultancy business has taken top honours at the 2016 Telstra Business Awards after being named Western Australian Business of the Year.

Telstra Business Awards ambassador Andy Ellis (left) congratulates the team at PeopleSense which includes directors Darrin Brandis, Anya Stephens, Tom Parker with last year’s winner Scott Houston and Small Business Minister Sean L’Estrange.

A local psychological consultancy business has taken top honours at the 2016 Telstra Business Awards after being named Western Australian Business of the Year.

PeopleSense provides injury management and prevention, as well as employee assistance programs, and aims to not just reduce the economic impact of workplace injuries but also bolster employee engagement and rehabilitate those who have been involved in an incident.

The business is headquartered in Subiaco and has seven offices across the metro and south-west regional areas.

At the Crown Perth on Friday night, PeopleSense was a category winner in the small business category as well as being named the overall winner.

Managing director Anya Stephens said the group’s main objective was to get employees back to work in the best conditions.

“Our driver is to ensure that the population of Australia can have access to the highest quality treatment to improve their functionality and employment outcomes,” she said.

Telstra Business Awards ambassador Andy Ellis said PeopleSense was an impressive company with a strong business model that had good growth potential, which addresses both changing customer demands and evolving patient needs.

“We were impressed by their innovative and leading-edge developments in delivering holistic, clinical services to the community,” Mr Ellis said.

“The team, led by directors that are passionate about their work, has a great culture with a strong focus on people, leadership and social responsibility.”

Other businesses recognised at the awards were custom-designed payroll and employee management solutions provider Proactiv Payroll, health safety and workforce software developer Health Safety Works, transport business and tour operator ADAMS Group, and not-for-profit Cystic Fibrosis WA.

The winners will represent WA and compete for the top prize at the national awards next month. 

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