By Staff Report
Apr. 23, 2013
While economic uncertainty is not yet fully behind us, a dynamic crop of up-and-coming human resources professionals is meeting the challenges of the 21st century workplace head-on.
As the best and brightest young talent in workforce management emerges, we want to recognize the profession’s innovative rising stars for their positive impact on the past, present and future. Do you know high-potential young professionals who are making their mark on the HR profession? If so, nominate them for Workforce‘s third-annual Game Changers award competition. The contest is open to the next generation of workplace leaders under the age of 40 through Dec. 31, 2013.
Past winners made their mark in HR and other areas of workforce management. They came from corporations, startups and nonprofits, and were honored for finding innovative ways to create a new generation of leaders, shedding light on how companies compensate and treat their employees, bridging global cultural differences in HR management, and using social media to facilitate employee collaboration.
Winners will be chosen by Workforce‘s editorial staff. We will consider not only professional accomplishments but also community service and other achievements.
If you know someone who has what it takes to be a Game Changer, nominate that person today! The deadline is May 26 EXTENDED to June 3.
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