Time & Attendance
By Staff Report
Jul. 19, 2019
Workforce has announced the finalists for its 2019 Optimas Awards, which recognize creative people-management initiatives and human resources strategies that deliver measurable business results.
“For 29 years, the Optimas Awards have been a source of ideas, direction and inspiration for human resources professionals faced with a challenging and constantly changing business environment,” said Rick Bell, editorial director for Workforce. “This year’s list of finalists represents a wide range of enterprises that have consciously made human resources a linchpin of continuous improvement, higher performance and positive business outcomes.”
In addition to conferring gold, silver and bronze Optimas Awards in 10 HR-related categories, the prestigious General Excellence award will be given to a single visionary employer that “not only excels at responding to emerging workforce management issues but also uses proactive HR strategies to position the organization for future growth and success,” Bell said.
The winners and their respective categories will be named in late October and will appear in the November-December issue of Workforce magazine.
The organizations named to the 2019 list of Optimas Awards finalists are, in alphabetical order:
Clemson University-Human Resources (Talent Acquisition)
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Cumberland (Wisconsin) School District
DPI Specialty Foods
Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union
Interim HealthCare Inc.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Mercer Consulting (India) Pvt Ltd
Panda Restaurant Group
Riverside (Illinois) Healthcare
Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited
Tata Consultancy Services
Teachers College, Columbia University
Valmont Industries Inc.
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