Canadian HR Awards 2024: Nominations now open

It's time to recognize heroes in HR, from outstanding colleagues and teams to exemplary leaders

Canadian HR Awards 2024: Nominations now open

It’s the time of the year again – the prestigious Canadian HR Awards are open for nominations.

That means it’s time to recognize your heroes — an exceptional team, colleague or leader who’s been more than impressive at work these past 12 months — for the chance to be an award winner at the gala event.

In its 11th year, the Canadian HR Awards provide a platform for HR professionals, teams and employers to receive recognition at a national level — and to celebrate in style.

On September 18, 2024, the red carpet will be rolled out at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

For 2024, there are 24 awards spanning individuals, teams, CEOs and whole organizations – and nominations are now open.

Excitement at 2023 Canadian HR Awards

Last year, hundreds were in attendance at the 10th annual Canadian HR Awards, and HRD was on hand to capture the reactions of the winners – along with their insights into the always-exciting HR profession.

For Laura Salvatore, winning the award was “amazing,” said the vice president of human capital at Centurion Asset Management, which won for Canadian HR Team of the Year (finance/insurance).

“When I started at Centurion over 11 years ago, we did not have any HR department, let alone a team. So to win a team award is really, really exciting,” she said at the gala event. “We’ve worked long and hard for this, and we have such a great group of individuals working to better the experience for our employees. So it’s really a great honour.”

For your chance to be a winner, be sure to submit a nomination from April 8 to June 14, 2024.

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