Canadian HR Awards: Final week for nominations

With the deadline of June 5th fast approaching, HR professionals are being urged to nominate worthy candidates.

Canadian HR Awards: Final week for nominations
The nominations deadline for the Canadian HR awards is just four days away and industry professionals are being urged to put forward any deserving candidates who have made impressive contributions to their field.

Nineteen categories are open for entry, recognizing HR leaders, teams, and entire organizations for excellence across a wide array of initiatives.

New categories this year include Next Generation Employment Initiative, External HR Consultancy of the Year and Best Employer Branding.

The full list of categories, including Best Health and Wellness Strategy, Most Effective Recruitment Strategy, and HR Rising Star of the Year, can be found here.

Dubbed “the Oscars of HR”, the prestigious Canadian HR Awards sees the very best in the industry come together for an unforgettable evening of high-class entertainment and well-deserved recognition.

Leading industry professional Greg Conner is one of the judges on the panel for this year’s awards – he had this to say about the upcoming event:

“The Canadian HR Awards are the very best way to showcase the innovation, creativity and value that HR professionals bring to their respective environments every day in so many ways.”

“I am so proud to be part of the process of selecting the best among the best, especially where so many are deserving of recognition,” he continued.

Nominations close on June 5, 2015 to be followed by comprehensive industry research to determine this year’s finalists. Award winners will be announced at a black-tie event on September 17, 2015.

Follow this link to nominate.

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