The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand held their annual awards evening last night but which industry big-hitters took home a trophy?
The full list of worthy winners can be seen below:
Emerging HR Practitioner of the Year in association with Melbourne Business School Executive Education: Sarah Barrow
HR Generalist of the Year in association with Melbourne Business School Executive Education: Laurent Sylvestre
HR Specialist of the Year: Kim Herrick
HR Researcher of the Year: Professor Jarrod Haar, AFHRINZ
Award for Health, Safety and Wellbeing in association with Southern Cross Health Society: Te Wananga o Aotearoa
Award for Learning and Development Capability in the Public Sector in association with The Skills Organisation: New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
Award for Corporate Social Responsibility: Asteron Life
Award for Talent Development and Management: Waitemata District Health Board
Award for HR Technology in association with ELMO Talent Management Software: NZ Transport Agency
Award for Organisational Change and Development in association with Human Synergistics: Holcim (NZ) Ltd
Christian Dahmen Memorial Award for HR Innovation in association with TakeON!: NZLEAD
Supportive CEO of the Year in association with Strategic Pay: Mark Adamson, Fletcher Building
HR Person of the Year: Kim Herrick“My team is absolutely the best team I could hope to work for,” said HR Generalist of the Year Laurent Sylvester, who also thanked those at the organization for welcoming him into their family.
IAG’s Kim Herrick picked up the award for both HR Specialist of the Year and HR Person of the Year, although surprised at the prestigious wins, Herrick delivered an rousing speech that struck a chord with HR professionals across the room.
“Let’s hope gender inequality becomes something of the past and equality something we don’t have to fight for in the future,” she said in closing.
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