Employee Engagement Summit And Awards Coming To Chicago
The Employee Engagement Awards & Summit 2016 Launched
The Employee Engagement Awards (EE Awards) have announced they’ve opened for awards entries. The ceremony in Chicago on June 22, will follow the Employee Engagement Summit – a conference style event in that will provide practical engagement advice from former winners and current Awards finalists – advice for everyone from CEOs to line managers. No other event in North America can replicate such a line-up.
‘The winners of the Employee Engagement Awards will be those who continue to innovate and lead in ways which put their people, projects and culture at the heart the company”, suggests Tim Baker, Judge at the Employee Engagement Awards in Chicago.
In a competitive labour market, businesses have to be seen to be doing things differently to create an engaging and rewarding working environment. The Summit promises to bring a host of best practice presentations on June 22nd. Speakers include past winners such as the Ford Motor Company as well as industry experts. They will provide practical advice to Employee Engagement professionals looking to get better results from their engagement programmes.
The Summit series, although relatively new to the US and Canadian markets, is making an impact on brands and leaders looking to identify game-changers and disruptors within the Talent and Engagement space.
Matt Manners, EE Awards Founder, said: “Organisation that want to be seen as a leaders in employee engagement should enter the Awards and attend the Summit. It is the perfect opportunity to showcase excellence and learn something new – all in one day. As a result June 22 is a red letter day for employee engagement professionals. .”
Entry to the 16 categories (listed below) closes on April 15, 2016 and the winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Chicago at the uber cool Morgan MFG venue on June 22, 2016.
The Employee Engagement Awards (EE Awards) provide a opportunity for North American companies – large and small – to prove their commitment to employee engagement and the value that their efforts deliver to the business and to employees.
More information can be found at www.ee-awards.com
1. The Employee Engagement Company of the Year
2. Employee Engagement Team of the Year Award
3. Culture Lab X – Employee Culture Award
4. Project of the Year Award (Private – 0-500 employees)
5. Project of the Year Award (Private – 500-10,000 employees)
6. Project of the Year Award (Private – 10,000+ employees)
7. Project of the Year Award (Public sector)
8. Project of the Year Award (Non profit/Charity)
9. International Project of the Year Award
10. Internal Communications Award
11. Wellbeing Award
12. Reward and Recognition Award
13. Employee Engagement Unsung Hero Award
14. Social Responsibility Programme Award
15. Best use of Technology Award
16. Employee Engagement in Call Center Award
The Employee Engagement Awards has secured some fantastic judges to run rule over the entries with more to be confirmed in the coming days
• Tim Baker, Community Director HR Gazette and voted Top HR Influencer
• Sara Tatchio, Integrated Global Communications, Ford Motor Company
• Stuart Jackson, Vice President of Organizational Development and Learning, Ralph Lauren
• Jeff Schmidt, Global Communications and Engagement, eBay
• Laura Temple, Global Head of Leadership Engagement, SABMiller
• Kimberly Abel- Lerner, GM, Employee Solutions, Maritz Motivation Solutions
• Lindsay Wolff Logsdon, Co-founder, Culture LabX
• Monica Talan, Executive VP, Corporate Communications and PR, Univision
• Chris Dyer, CEO of People G2
• Matt Manners, Founder, The Employee Engagement Awards
• Karin Volo, Director of Evoloshen Academy
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