Entry Criteria: This award recognises HR Practitioners that have conceived and implemented business improvement initiatives within their organisation. We are looking for an exceptional individual who can demonstrate the objectives of their initiative/s, how these link to their business/organisational strategy and the positive impact this has made to both the organisation and the overall employee experience.
Entry Criteria: In this category organisations who can clearly demonstrate that their proactive interventions have delivered economic, social and or environmental benefits for the island of Jersey can apply. Entrants need to provide clear evidence that their initiatives have been good for Jersey and the wider Jersey community and not just for their own organisation and employees. As well as describing the activities undertaken, entrants should be able to quantify the benefits these have delivered.
Entry Criteria: In this category, judges will be looking for those that invest effectively in the development of their people across an entire organisation, in particular via coaching and mentoring. Entrants should include details about the business need, what the strategy entails and how it was communicated to the workforce. Evidence of its success and the benefits it has brought will score highly, as will evidence of genuine board level commitment to learning and development
Entry Criteria: This category covers organisations that have completed a successful people-focused change programme. Areas that will be assessed include making the business case for change, its communication, implementation and measurement. Judges will be looking for entries that demonstrate that your plans are in alignment with your organisation’s strategy and are being driven by the leadership team. How have you established roles and responsibilities? How have you ensured that employees are involved and engaged? What is your communications strategy for all involved? Your submission should demonstrate HR’s impact on through all stages of the programme, from the business case to measuring the overall impact of the change programme. Entries can include those where external interim resources have been brought in to achieve a positive outcome and successful merger and acquisition programmes.
Entry Criteria: We will recognise organisations that have demonstrated a clear link between initiatives to support employee health and wellbeing and business objectives. Successful entries will demonstrate an understanding of the holistic nature of employee health and wellbeing, for example, ensuring that leadership and management capability, wider workforce skills development or job design compliment initiatives such as the introduction of new programmes and benefits. As well as describing the work the organisation has undertaken to support health and wellbeing, entrants need to provide clear evidence of impact, such as a reduction in absence levels, accident levels and or improvements in staff engagement/performance.
Entry Criteria: Evidence points to a positive link between highly engaged employees and better organisational performance. Can you demonstrate a real understanding of what drives engagement in your organisation, what motivates your people to go the extra mile? Judges will be looking for evidence that initiatives are focused on organisational needs, objectives and linked to real drivers of engagement to improve outputs and business gains. Evidence will include a well-thought out strategy linking employee engagement to the heart of the business. This can include motivation programmes that have made a significant difference to an organisation’s performance. Entrants should provide details of the strategy itself and demonstrate how it measures improvements in engagement and detail the business outputs.
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