Personnel Today Awards 2003: The Judges

There are just three weeks left to complete your entries and be recognised
in the 13 categories which make up the Personnel Today Awards 2003. The closing
date for entries is 6 June and an impressive line-up of independent judges are
waiting to learn about your HR achievements and innovation.

This year, all 39 shortlisted teams will be invited to the Awards evening on
27 November at Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London.

If you want to put your HR team and organisation into the spotlight, call
Jacqui Winn on the Awards hotline 020 8652 3304 or visit the Awards website at

AON Health Solutions
Award for Managing Health At Work
Judge: Dr Noel McElearney, director of health, safety and
environment, Scottish & Newcastle

Deloitte & Touche
Award for Innovation in Measuring Human Capital
Judge: Denise Kingsmill, chair of the Government’s Accounting for People Task
Force, deputy chairman of the Competition Commission

Department for Work & Pensions
Age Positive at Work Award
Judge: Rob Taylor, director, Age
Concern, Wales

HR Director of the Year
Judge: Russell Martin, head of HR, Prudential

Award for Innovation in Career Development
Judge: Richard Chiumento, managing director, Chiumento
Career Management Specialists

Award for Excellence in Training
Judge: Colin Stead, chief executive, Institute
of IT

Microsoft Business Solutions
Award for Excellence in HR through Technology
Judge: Norman McQueen, director of talent management,

Computers in Personnel
Award for HR Collaboration
Judge: John Connolly, CEO, Deloitte & Touche

Award for Best HR Strategy in line with Business
Judge: Bruce Warman, member of the Employment
Appeal Tribunal and former personnel director, Vauxhall Motors

Employer Branding Award
Judge: Mayuri Vyas, director of consultancy,
The Work Foundation  

Award for Global HR Strategy
Judge: Vance Kearney, vice-president of HR

Snowdrop Systems
Award for Communication Strategy
Judge: John Smythe, chairman, communication
consultancy Smythe Dorward Lambert

TMP Hudson
Award for Innovation in Recruitment & Retention
Judge: Janet Rubin, former group HR director, The
Littlewoods Organisation, member of the Senior Salaries Review Body

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