There are a total of 29 judges for the 2009 Personnel Today Awards, bringing a very wide range of expertise to the process of choosing the shortlisted teams and winners in each category. We profile them below.
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Louise Aston, campaign director, Business Action on Health
Since joining Business in the Community in February 2007, Louise Aston has produced groundbreaking research, developed practical tools, by business for business, forged partnerships with government departments and secured the commitment of UK's top companies to boardroom reporting on employee health and wellbeing by 2011.
Ellen Bard, managing consultant, SHL UK
Ellen Bard joined SHL UK in 2003, having previously worked for GfK NOP and PSL (now Kenexa). She has led the development of SHL's engagement proposition since 2007 and is familiar with issues around attracting and engaging modern and 'Gen Y' employees. She is a chartered occupational psychologist and member of the British Psychological Society.
Duncan Brown, director of HR development, Institute for Employment Studies
The Institute for Employment Studies is a leading independent think-tank and research body on employment and HR issues. Duncan Brown has more than 20 years' experience in reward consulting with firms including PricewaterhouseCoopers and Towers Perrin. He also spent five years as