HRO Today Association Update: A Time for Recognition and Positivity

By Renée Preston

Appreciation is a fundamental human need, and recognition is essential to keeping employees engaged and productive. As COVID-19 continues to impact nearly every business globally, employers need to not only ensure employees are safe and have the tools they need to do their jobs, but that they stay committed and know their worth during these challenging times.

Business leaders are stepping up to the challenge. Every day, HR professionals design services and lead projects that not only advance their business, but that can be life-changing for employees. Many have demonstrated calm yet purposeful leadership during these unprecedented times, making sure employees feel safe and creating an environment in which they can thrive.

These are the inspirational stories we want to broadcast to the HR community and beyond via the 2020 HRO Today Association Awards.

The HRO Today Association awards are the highlight of our year. They inspire those in the HR industry worldwide. For that reason, we take great pride in showcasing the finalists and presenting the winners. Finalists and winners for North America are revealed at the HRO Today Association Conference, and the EMEA and APAC award winners are revealed at their respective regional HRO Today Forum events.

Nominations across the following categories are open to anyone in the industry: service providers, buyers/clients, and advisors.

Company Awards (recognizing a team):

  • Thought Leadership (HR Excellence)
  • Business Partnership Excellence
  • Recruitment Team of the Year
  • Diversity and Inclusion Excellence
  • HR Team of the Year
  • Best in Class: Candidate Experience/Reputation

Individual Awards

  • Thought Leadership (HR Excellence)
  • Leadership
  • Executive HR Champion of the Year
  • Innovation in HR
  • Best in Class: HR Technology

The feeling of being recognized by peers is unmatched. “I was thrilled to learn that I was a winner because I was chosen by a group of my peers in this profession, people who work in the field and understand the challenges and opportunities,” said Valerie Egan, director of learning and education at Girl Scouts of the USA and 2019 Award Winner.

Click here to submit a nomination, or contact me directly at 215-606-9562.

Posted May 5, 2020 in Uncategorized

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