Data#3’s Tash Macknish named as one of only 20 Australian leaders on HRD Global 100

February 25, 2020; Brisbane, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that its Group Manager of Organisational Development (OD) and Human Resources (HR), Tash Macknish, has been named as one of only 20 Australian leaders on the Human Resources Director Magazine (HRD) Global 100, which celebrates the best and brightest people practitioners of 2020.

Spanning five markets; Australia, Canada, Asia, New Zealand and the US, the HRD Global 100 list is a tribute to those dedicated and passionate inspirational leaders who champion HR every day.

“I’m so humbled to be listed amongst such an elite group of HR professionals. My passion is helping people, both personally and professionally, and my purpose is to really make a meaningful difference. I never lose sight of the human element of business, and I think that is key to overall success in the field of HR. I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank my amazing team and the wider Data#3 team, who help me to achieve substantial day-to-day goals. I look forward to continuing my work in helping people to reach and exceed their potential,” commented Macknish.

Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Laurence Baynham, commented, “It’s fantastic to see one of Data#3’s senior leaders recognised in a global forum. Our people are essential to the success of Data#3 and the innovative solutions that we provide to our customers. Data#3’s HR team plays a pivotal role in helping us to attract and retain the best and brightest minds in Australia. Congratulations to Tash and her team on such a significant achievement.”

Human Resources Director Magazine (HRD) is Australia’s only magazine written for and targeted purely at the most senior HR professionals and top corporate decision makers.

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Data<sup>#</sup>3’s Tash Macknish named as one of only 20 Australian leaders on HRD Global 100

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