HR Excellence Awards 2018 shortlist announced

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​HR magazine is delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2018 HR Excellence Awards

The gala dinner and awards ceremony for the 23rd annual HR Excellence Awards will take place on Tuesday 26 June at the prestigious London Hilton on Park Lane. Click here to book your tickets to the event now.

We received an incredible number of entries this year and the standard was high.

Our judging panel consisted of top HR directors from a diverse collection of public, private, and third sector organisations. Representing a range of industries and with years of executive experience between them, these judges know true excellence when they see it.

The entries that have made our shortlist impressed our judges with their HR innovation to solve business problems, championing value creation through the power of people. Congratulations to all our finalists:

Best HR team

Costain Group

Financial Times

Lancaster University

Nexus Infrastructure

oneSource

Penningtons Manches

Sesame Bankhall

Torus

Best HR strategy from overseas

Advanced Info Service

Dogus Holding

Pegasus Airlines

Turkcell

Best youth employment strategy

Keoghs

Kier

Medway Council

Mitchells & Butlers

Most effective recruitment strategy

Charles Taylor

Costain Group

CAS Behavioural Health

MTR Crossrail

St Mungo's

Office for Nuclear Regulation

Volkswagen Financial Services

Best learning and development strategy

Airbus

Greencore

Manning Gottlieb OMD

Servest

THB

Three

Toyota Financial Services

Vestel Electronics

West Dunbartonshire Council

Most innovative deployment of HR technology

Costain

EVO

GBG

Mitchells & Butlers

Purple Cubed

Wiltshire Council

Best talent management strategy

DPA Consulting

My Home Move

St Mungo's

Starling Bank

Most effective use of internal communications

Direct Line Group

Gatwick Airport

Northumbrian Water

Genus

University of Sheffield

Health and wellbeing award

Arconic Manufacturing

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

Three

United Learning

Volkswagen Financial Services

Most effective benefits strategy

Burges Salmon

LinkedIn

Tusker Direct

Best CSR strategy

Aviva

Personal Group

Microgaming

Leading transformation award

Aspen Healthcare

Balfour Beatty

Bidfood

Deutsche Bank

Fircroft College

GBG

Nomad Foods Europe

Outstanding employee engagement strategy

Kerry Foods

Mayer Brown International

Medway Council

Unipart

Wiltshire Council

Diversity and inclusion award

Burges Salmon

Costain

MTR Crossrail

Odeon Cinemas Group

Southbank Centre

St Mungo's

Surrey Police

HR future leader of the year

Alex Dobbie, BBC

Hessie Coleman, Starling Bank

Sarah Beal, United Learning

Lucy Woodward, United Learning

The HR Excellence Awards ceremony is renowned as the night in the HR calendar, attracting the UK’s most talented HR individuals, teams and companies. By attending the awards you will have the opportunity to network with more than 600 fellow HR professionals and learn about the strategies raising HR's profile.

Click here to book your place now

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