Humanomics has appointed new General Manager, John Lynch, as of April 2021.
John has over 35 years’ experience in business and started work back in the day at a heavy industrial manufacturing business as an Electrical Engineer.
This experience had an incredible impact on John, as the business experienced multiple fatalities and many serious injuries, which sparked his passion for health, safety and risk management.
John says he looks forward to providing solutions for a wide range of Humanomics’ clients and to build upon their existing brand culture.
“I am looking forward to getting to know and working with the Humanomics team and our customers to showcase our range of products and services to a wider audience within the business community,” he said.
“My focus is to build on the existing culture, enabling Humanomics to become a values-driven organisation where every team member is 100 per cent committed to the wellbeing of our team and our customers.
“To achieve this, we must consistently apply our values of integrity, accountability, professionalism, and ethical behaviour into every aspect of our business. Additionally, we will strive to improve our quality processes by remaining process driven but outcomes focussed.”
Whilst last year was a challenging year for Humanomics, as it was for many businesses, 2021 has started on a brighter note.
‘’We look forward to re-affirming our presence as a leading provider of holistic workplace health services and assessments,” he said.
“My aim is to bring a coaching approach to Humanomics where leaders at all levels can tap into the potential of every team member to enable them to provide innovative and efficient people-centred solutions for our customers.”
Now in its seventeenth year of operation, Humanomics welcomes John while sadly farewelling Founder and Managing Director, Sanjiv Parmar.
Sanjiv built the business to be what it is today, which is a thriving company with over 40 staff in four locations.
“I am confident that I have left the business in capable hands, and I wish John all the best in his new role,” Sanjiv said.
“I can’t wait to see what the future brings for Humanomics.”
IMAGE | Founder and previous Managing Director or Humanomics, Sanjiv Paramar and new General Manager, John Lynch (left-right).
123 Financial Group is based in Charlestown and is a Hunter region small business success story. It is owned by dynamic local accountant and financial planner Jennifer Richardson, who started the business working from home more than 20 years ago.
Her insistence on high-quality, personal service struck a chord with locals. As a result, the business has grown and offers financial planning, taxation and accounting, insurance and loans, and business support services including payroll.
The team recently moved from their prominent ‘pink corner’ location on the Pacific Highway to a larger premises next to Charlestown Police Station.
Established in 2003 Humanomics has developed its services to suit customer needs and this includes a mobile van for on-site services, occupational vaccinations and hazardous substances health monitoring.
Humanomics is committed to assisting employers match the right employees physically to the right work roles. Humanomics supplies quality occupational health management services and assessments in-line with the needs and expectations of your business.
The company is also committed to assisting employers comply with their statutory obligations relating to health assessments and monitoring of the health of their workers.
As workplace health is part of business risk management solution, Humanomics health assessment visionary has proven to be ahead of the industry.