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UK — Shortlist revealed for the 2010 CIPD People Management Awards

06 July 2010

The finalists of the 2010 Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) People Management Awards have been announced following a rigorous selection process. The Awards acknowledge outstanding practice in the management and development of people. With a record breaking number of entries, this year also includes a new Award, the Michael Kelly Outstanding Student Award.

A winner and a runner up within each of the six categories and the Michael Kelly Outstanding Student Award will be chosen from the list of finalists at the judging day on 8 September 2010. The announcement will officially be made at a black-tie awards dinner during the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition, on 10 November 2010 in Manchester. The coveted overall 2010 CIPD People Management Award will be presented to the organisation whose achievement transcends’ the individual categories. Last year this was awarded to Pace plc.


Jackie Orme, CIPD Chief Executive, who will be helping to judge the awards, says, "I am inspired by the excellent response and determination of the organisations taking part this year. At the CIPD we believe it is vital to continue to champion good practice people management and development. This year we see the exciting introduction of a new student award and a record breaking number of entries. I would like to thank all those taking part for their contributions and tireless work in driving the HR profession forward."

The finalists are:

Employee engagement
Screwfix
McDonalds Restaurants Ltd
Essex County Council
Nampak Plastics Europe Ltd

Excellence through technology
St Mungo's
London Underground
DHL Supply Chain
Royal Free NHS Trust Hampstead

HR impact on business success
Atos Origin
Royal College of Nursing
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
Outward Housing
Organisational learning:
RSA Insurance Group Ltd
Wates Group Limited
Signet Trading Limited
BNP Paribas Real Estate

Performance and reward
Nationwide Building Society
Telefonica 02 UK Ltd
Outsourcery
Sheffield University
 
Talent attraction and management
The Cyrenians
Lancashire Constabulary
Magnox South Limited
Argos Limited

Michael Kelly Outstanding Student Award
Jessica Stone (allpay Limited)
Nicola Seabury (Youth Federation for Cheshire, Halton, Warrington and Wirral)
Sam Westwood (McDonalds Restaurants Ltd)
Julie Haddock-Miller (Middlesex University Business School)

 

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