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Bond Hair Religion Named 2016 ACT Small Employer of the Year

Bond Hair Religion and its owner/creative director Jenni Tarrant are used to climbing major mountains, literal ones and figurative ones, such as winning their recent award.

The goal-kicking salon has now been named the 2016 ACT Small Employer of the Year through the ACT Training Awards, run by Canberra’s vocational education and training (VET) sector in order to celebrate the considerable achievements of individuals, employers and organisations in the region. Bond Hair Religion was singled out for demonstrating a strong commitment to training and developing their employees.

ACT Training Awards 2016

Jenni Tarrant at the ACT Training Awards 2016

“We are so proud to be a part of Australia’s incredible industry and we really do strive to develop and produce the very best in all we do,” Jenni shared. “At Bond we are all about consistency and innovation. It is reflected in our client feedback, our reputation and in our bottom line. We are honoured to have our business celebrated and considered one of the best in the ACT for vocational education and training.”

The salon has been in business for eleven years and boasts a loyal clientele, premium services and impressive consideration of education in their recipe for success. The team has now grown to consist of 12 members, including five apprentices, all who follow the salon’s high-grade standards and utilise the group’s collective expertise. The team will travel to Darwin in November as a finalist in the Australian Training Awards.


Training at Bond Hair Religion

“It is fantastic to see a small business that invests so much into the regular professional development of its staff, recognised at these Awards,” said Meegan Fitzharris, Minister for Higher Education, Training and Research. “With five apprentices in the team, Bond Hair Religion is a great example of an employer that is dedicated and committed to the ACT VET sector.”

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