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2.1 Examples of Employee Recognition AwardsSources & Links:
People Excellence Award, Singapore - a government-centred initiative to recognise people excellence programmes.
HRM Awards, Singapore - created by HRM Asia, these awards feature both public and private winners with top HR practices, including many international companies with a local presence.
Best Work Places Awards, New Zealand - hosted by IBM to showcase top workplaces in New Zealand.
HR Awards, New Zealand - these awards recognise excellence and outstanding achievement within New Zealand’s HR community.
Top Companies to Work for in the UAE, United Arab Emirates - an annual list of the best companies to work for in the UAE.
The Best Workplaces Awards, United Kingdom - a highly regarded award that showcases Britain’s best places to work.
HR Excellence Awards, United Kingdom and an international category) - the most prestigious and the longest running awards in the field of HR, focusing on HR excellence in many categories.
The European Excellence Awards in Human Resources, Europe - a collection of Europe’s best HR practitioners that are judged by a renowned panel.
World HRD Congress and Awards, India - one of India’s longest standing HR awards, featuring top organisations, primarily from within India.
The Australian HR Awards, Australia - Australia’s most prestigious HR award, given to the companies with the best HR practices in 19 categories.
The Canadian HR Awards, Canada - the 19 organisational and individual categories ensure national recognition of both large and small organisations on their individual merits.
Application/Key learning points: These are examples of employee recognition awards from around the globe. You will be able to catch a glimpse of the best organisations in this space, and read about what makes them exceptional. Award winners are usually excellent organisations to contact and from which to learn.
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