Nova Systems Launches New Employee Assistance Program
Oct 10, 2018
Nova Systems is pleased to announce the introduction of its new Employee Assistance Program (EAP) with AccessEAP.
EAP counselling can assist when personal, family or work issues are impacting on one’s mental health or quality of life. Nova is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy working environment and providing support to employees through workplace benefits that add value to life both inside and outside of the workplace.
AccessEAP’s mission is to create thriving workplaces, and partner with each customer to promote, recognise and effectively manage the mental health of every employee. AccessEAP offers a broad range of services to all Nova employees and their immediate family. This includes access to counsellors and psychologists either face-to-face or over the phone and personal and workplace well-being resources.
Nova has also launched the company wide EAP Ambassador program to assist in making sure accessing mental health support is continually encouraged, normalised and free of social stigma. The program is designed to empower peers with knowledge around how to not take the mental health issues of others into their own hands but, instead, guide their peers to the most appropriate support with the highest level of empathy and lack of judgement.
AccessEAP is an Australian owned and not-for-profit organisation with almost 30 years in the EAP industry. AccessEAP is very proud to be one of the founding members of the EAP industry in Australia. They develop and refine best practice from a diverse experience base across the broad range of industries that they work with.
Nova Group Listed at #38 in South Australia’s Top 100 Companies
Sep 24, 2018
Nova Group – Nova Systems parent company – has been listed at #38 in South Australia’s top 100 companies reported by InDaily’s South Australia Business Index.
With revenue recorded at $129.3m for 2017-18, the Nova Group has climbed 10 spots from #48 in 2017.
Companies are considered eligible if they are a South Australian entity with an Adelaide ownership register, or are a South Australian operated entity, and must be founded and majority owned by South Australians. Companies owned in part or whole by government, government agencies and organisations, and registered charities are not eligible for consideration.
Nova Group listed in AFR Top 500 Privately Owned Companies
Sep 6, 2018
Nova Group – Nova Systems parent company – has been listed at #406 in the Australian Financial Review, Top 500 Private Companies List for 2018.
The Nova Group reported an 27.1% increase in revenue from 2017, climbing 32 spots from #438.
The list includes public unlisted companies, partnerships, associations and private companies.
Team supported by Nova Systems wins at RMIT Hackathon 2018
Sep 3, 2018
Congratulations to the Nova Systems sponsored team at the RMIT’S THINGWORX HACKATHON 2018 for taking out first prize!
The aim of the Hackathon was to develop an application using PTC Thingworx (an Internet of Things studio) and PTC Vuforia (an Augmented Reality studio). The problem posed by Nova was for a mobile application to assist with Physical Configuration Audits (PCAs) and capturing test results that could then be synchronised back to the central RAVS database.
The results of the Hackathon were announced yesterday afternoon and through an outstanding display of ingenuity, perseverance and teamwork, the Nova Systems team took out first prize!!!!
The team received a well deserved prize to share amongst themselves.
View more about the Hackathon here:
RMIT is training the IoT experts for the fastest growing IT and Engineering sectors. To accelerate the process we’re bringing together the leading technologies and brightest minds to tackle some of industry’s biggest and toughest challenges.
We’re inviting RMIT student hack teams to use PTC’s ThingWorx to take on on real world problems presented by our industry partners. ThingWorx is the best-in-class Industrial Innovation platform for developing industrial IoT applications and augmented reality (AR) experiences.
Students: solve industry problems using the hackathon to prove your concept or demonstrate a pathway to a solution, and you’ll find yourself well on the way to becoming an IoT superstar.