Night of a thousand stars

Last Thursday, HR’s finest teams gathered in London’s Grosvenor House for the profession’s very own Oscars – the sixth Personnel Today Awards.


A record guest list of 1,200 people partied the night away to a Hollywood movies theme. Star turn Graham Norton provided the entertainment along with film star look-a-likes Clint Eastwood, Johnny Depp, Marilyn Monroe and Lara Croft.


This year’s winners were:


Capita Health solutions Award For Managing Health at Work
Severn Trent Water


Computers In Personnel Award For HR Collaboration
Fujitsu Services


Deloitte Award For Innovation in Measuring Human Capital
The Gallup Organisation


Department for Work and Pensions Age Positive at Work Award
Tesco


Graduate Prospects Award for Excellence in Graduate recruitment
KPMG


Hammonds HR Director of the Year Award
William Gibbon, Barclays Africa


Hays Human resources Award For Innovation in Recruitment & retention
B&Q


Intellect Award For Innovation in Career Development
Crown prosecution Service


Northgate HR Award For Best HR Strategy in Line with Business
West Bromwich Building society


RightCoutts Employer Branding Award
London & Quadrant Housing trust


SHL Award For Global HR Strategy
Compass Group


Snowdrop Systems Award For Excellence in HR through Technology
Jaguar & Land rover


Xchanging Award For Best HR Strategy in Line with Business
Avis Rent a Car


 


 

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