Nominations open for Canadian HR Awards

The search is underway once again for Canada’s most innovative HR professionals.

Nominations open for Canadian HR Awards
search for Canada’s most innovative HR professionals has begun once again as nominations for the 2017 Canadian HR Awards officially open today.

Now in its fourth consecutive year, the Canadian HR Awards has already secured its standing as the industry’s most prestigious event with accolades recognizing only the very best and brightest.

This year, twenty awards will be given out individuals, teams, and entire organizations that have demonstrated excellence within a specific HR discipline.

Individual awards:

The KPMG Award for Canadian HR Leader of the Year
The Award for Canadian HR Rising Star of the Year
The Aird & Berlis LLP Award for Canadian HR Champion (CEO)
The Award for Lifetime Achievement in the HR Industry

Team/organizational awards:

The Accompass Award for HR Team of the Year (500 Employees or More)
Canadian HR Team of the Year (Fewer Than 500 Employees)
The Ultimate Software Award for Best Workplace Culture
The Award for Best Employer Branding
The MaxSys Staffing & Consulting Award for Most Efficient Recruitment Strategy
The Xref Award for Most Innovative Use for HR Technology
The Award for Best Learning and Development Strategy
The Globoforce Award for Best Reward & Recognition Strategy
The Beyond Boardrooms Award for Best Employee Engagement Strategy
The Feldman Daxon Partners Award for Best Talent Management Strategy
The Award for Best HR Communication Strategy
The University of Waterloo Award for Next Generation Employment Innovation of the Year
The Venngo Award of Excellence for Financial, Physical & Mental Wellness
The HRD Magazine Readers Choice Award for Best Service Provider
The Award for Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion
The Award for External HR Advisor/Consultancy of the Year

Individuals, teams or organizations that want to nominate themselves or others are encouraged to do so online.

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