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Kate Cain
Human Resource Advisor – Accru Melbourne

A dedicated, experienced Human Resources professional with several years experience gained with some top tier professional services firms. Since Kate started with Accru, our firm has doubled in size and she has recruited the majority of our valued employees. Kate is a flexible, team player, with a strong mix of communication, organisational, strategic and administration skills, which allow her to work across the diverse spectrums of Human Resources and Training.

Kate has been managing our Human Resources function since 2007.   Not only does Kate manage the HR needs of the employee’s at Accru, she has also had many opportunities to work with our clients and assist them with their Human Resources needs.

Best to describe Kate: “A quiet achiever that is caring and dedicated to the people of Accru.”

Kate Cain - Accru Melb

Contact: kcain@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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