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Employee Engagement Awards open for entries

There’s still time for your organisation to enter the UK’s first ever Employee Engagement Awards and do your bit for charity at the same time.

Employee engagement has been increasingly appearing in awards in recent years and now there’s a dedicated set to recognise excellence. I’ve included lots of links at the end of this article to point you towards further reading on employee engagement if this is a new topic for you.

judgesWith 16 awards up for grabs, ranging from the best Employee Engagement Company to Innovative Technology, there’s lots of categories to choose from.

I like the fact there are awards for companies of all sizes and in both the public and private sector.

Judges include lots of familiar names such as David MacLeod, Founder of Engage for Success, Kate Jones, UK Head of Internal Communications at Atkins and Matt Partovi, Founder of Culturevist.

Categories include:

  • The Employee Engagement Company of the Year
  • Employee Engagement Professional of the Year Award
  • Employee Engagement Project of the Year Award (Private sector, 0-50 employees)
  • Employee Engagement Project of the Year Award (Private sector, 50-250 employees)
  • Employee Engagement Project of the Year Award (Private sector, 250+ employees)
  • Employee Engagement Project of the Year Award (Public sector)
  • Employee Engagement Project of the Year Award (Non profit/Charity)
  • Employee Engagement Overseas Project of the Year Award
  • The Employer Brand Award
  • The Gen Y Award
  • Wellness Award
  • Reward and Recognition Award
  • Employee Engagement Unsung Hero Award
  • Innovative Technology Award
  • HR Technology Award
  • Best Employee Engagement Recruitment Strategy Award

Matt Manners, Founder of The Employee Engagement Awards told me: “The EE Awards will be selecting 90 finalists from the 16 categories, providing a better opportunity for your work to be recognised than ever before.”

What you need to know

EE AwardsThe closing date for entries is 15 October 2014 and winners will be announced at a black tie Awards Gala Dinner, hosted by George Lamb at The Brewery, London, on 28 January 2015.

You can follow them on Twitter @ee_awards and find them on Facebook and LinkedIn.

The Employee Engagement Awards 2014 will also be donating 5% of all its proceeds to charity and your entry will enable you to vote for where that money goes. Nominated charities are: Action for Children, MacMillan Cancer Nurses, Help For Heroes, Orphans for Orphans, Shelter, RNLI and The Alzheimer’s Society.

For lots more information, read all about the awards via its website.

Best of luck if you enter.

Further reading on employee engagement

If you want to know more about employee engagement, see these articles I’ve published on my blog:

All articles tagged employee engagement
A focus on all things employee engagement
Link wellbeing and engagement to improve performance
Is gamification a winner for employee engagement?
Why wellbeing matters for employee engagement
How to connect emotionally with employees
Focus on: internal communication and employee engagement
Tips on employee engagement for leaders
The secret sauce of business success
Employee engagement and social media 
How do you engage people with disabilities?
Engaging for success in Italy
Using video to inspire employees
How to engage for success
Milan social media week: Italy gets engaged
Turning hierarchy upside down
Engaging workplaces for a sustainable future
Engaging for success in the UK economy

Post author: Rachel Miller

First published on All Things IC blog 29 September 2014.

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