Archives - June 2012


Cordelta Moves into Top 10 on BRW Great Places to Work

Cordelta, a Canberra based professional services and consulting firm has cracked the top 10 of the BRW Great Places to Work list from 11th in 2011 to 7th in 2012. Cordelta is the only Canberra-based company to make the top 50. Sponsored by BRW and the Great Place to Work Institute, the annual study gauges employees trust, pride and camaraderie within their workplace, as well as management’s response to a “culture audit” measuring credibility, trustworthiness, respect and fairness, among others. Cordelta’s Managing Director and co-founder Ken Gutterson discussed what makes Cordelta a great place to work. “It’s about giving people opportunity, giving them some freedom in how they do their …


Cordelta Sponsors Australia’s Health 2012 Conference

Cordelta is proud to be silver sponsors of the Australia’s Health 2012 Conference. The conference, taking place on 21 June, will include the launch of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s flagship report “Australia’s Health 2012”. Attending the conference will be Australia’s policy makers and health researchers from both government and nongovernment sectors, as well as representatives from secondary and tertiary education, health consumer groups and the media. Cordelta has done extensive work in the health and wellness sector, particularly in the emerging issues of data management, information sets and organisation in clinical and community welfare systems. With the impending launch of the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records on …


Sleeping in the Cold to Raise Homelessness Awareness

Cordelta’s Managing Director, Ken Gutterson, is always one of the first to put his hand up to help support the company’s many community endeavours. This year, Ken will be participating in his third Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout. The event will take place on Thursday 21 June in capital cities across Australia. Rain, hail, frost or snow, with a sheet of cardboard, a pillow and a sleeping bag, Ken will be sleeping outside to help the St Vincent de Paul Society to raise awareness of the real facts of homelessness. There are more than 100,000 Australians who sleep rough each night of the year. Just under half of these are women; a …