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Lucky number 7 – Kiandra makes it onto the BRW Best Places to Work list 7 years running

Kiandra IT has placed 25th in the BRW Best Places to Work 2015 Study, a catalogue of the best 50 employers nationally.

This is a record seventh year running that Melbourne-based Kiandra IT has featured in the prestigious list – last year ranking 13th.

In addition to appearing in the BRW Best Places to Work list Kiandra was also recognised in The Australian Business Awards ABA100 last month, receiving an award in the category of Service Excellence.

Cameron Brookes, Managing Director of Kiandra IT said, “We’re incredibly proud of being recognised for a seventh time on the BRW Best Places to Work List. It’s a great achievement for our business to be able to continue to grow whilst maintaining a fantastic culture that our team all believe in.”

“We’ve just celebrated Kiandra’s 20th birthday. And after two decades of business, my fellow directors and I still remain just as committed to creating a workplace that is fun, supportive, and full of great talented people that we really enjoy spending time with.” he said.

The BRW Best Places to Work study is widely acclaimed in Australia. Based on one of the world’s most comprehensive studies of workplace culture by Great Place to Work Australia, the quality of this year’s study was higher than ever. The success of the Best Workplaces is a testament to their will power and innovation to retain happy, engaged, loyal, high performing workforces during challenging times.

“Just like your customers, employees have a choice when choosing where they want to work” said Zrinka Lovrencic, MD Great Place to Work Australia, “Companies are transforming how business is done both internally and externally. The understand that a high-trust work culture results in higher productivity, increased engagement and better financial performance. These factors ultimately lead to a competitive advantage and enable companies to quickly bounce back from challenging situations. These 50 companies set the standard for businesses.”