The Prime Minister's Veterans' Employment Awards recognise businesses who employ and support Australian military veterans, as well as recognise veterans who are making a significant contribution to the workforce as an employee or entrepreneur.

The Awards are an initiative of the Prime Minister's Veterans' Employment Program.

Our winners and finalists are proud supporters of veterans employment or have demonstrated outstanding achievements since transitioning from the Australian Defence Force.

Each winner and finalist has a story to tell, so click on their profile to learn more about them.

The 2020 Awards nominations are open until Tuesday 22 October 2019.

"The Awards have given us a platform to highlight our incredible veterans. They truly make us better and we're honoured to be recognised."

BOEING DEFENCE AUSTRALIA

Some of Australia’s highest profile organisations partner with the Veterans’ Employment Program to promote the value of veterans in the civilian workplace. Your organisation can show its support by sponsoring the annual Prime Minister’s Veterans’ Employment Awards.  This is a great opportunity to join Australia’s business and military leaders to recognise the achievements of organisations that support and employ veterans, and veterans who make a significant contribution to their workplace.

The Prime Minister’s Veterans’ Employment Program welcomes new sponsorship offers. Please contact us if your organisation would like to discuss a tailored sponsorship package.

Key Dates

Expected Nov - Dec 2019
Judging of nominations
Expected Mid to Late Feb 2020
Advised outcome

Nominees will be advised of the outcome of their nomination. Finalists will be contacted to make arrangements for their attendance at the awards ceremony.

Expected early 2020
Awards ceremony

 

2019 Awards Sponsors

 

Platinum Sponsors

Australia Post logo
Westpac logo

Silver Sponsors

Boeing logo
Logo: A red airpline tail with a white kangaroo, next to 'QANTAS' in black text

Bronze Sponsor

Logo: 'Allied Express' in red text, over 'SPECIALISED LOGISTICS'

 

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