Finalists revealed: 2018 Canadian HR Awards

Finalists revealed: 2018 Canadian HR Awards

Finalists revealed: 2018 Canadian HR Awards

It’s that time of the year again, when HR leaders from across the nation gather to celebrate their respective successes at the 5th annual Canadian HR Awards.

Brought to you by Ultimate Software, the glitzy, black-tie event will take place on September 20th at Toronto’s Liberty Grand, hosted by 'TV's funniest woman' Jessi Cruickshank. After three months of rigorous nomination and selection in over 25 categories, all that remains is the final stage of judgement by our independent panel of industry experts.

Categories include Canadian HR Team of the Year, The TalentEgg Award for Best Employer Branding, The University of Waterloo Award for Best Next Generation Employment Innovation and the much sought-after Canadian HR Champion (CEO). 

You can see the full list of finalists here.

“The success stories of those nominated are the lifeblood of HR”, explained Jessica Duce, project director at Canadian HR Awards.

“We couldn’t ask for a more comprehensive line-up of Canadian HR’s most dedicated, diligent and diverse individuals and organizations. They demonstrate the resilience, innovation and sheer management smarts it takes to build a thriving business today.

“With participation just in the nominations process alone growing year after year, and setting a record this year, it’s no surprise the Liberty Grand looks fuller with each passing year. The process of choosing a winner is both a diligent and meticulous one, but we relish such a task because we’ve become a trusted institution in Canadian HR.

“The event stands to be an unmatched evening celebrating the best in class. We can’t wait to welcome everybody to Toronto’s Liberty Grand on September 20 for an unforgettable evening.”

As demand for seats is sky high, those who wish to attend the event are urged to reserve and purchase seats as soon as possible via the Online Reservations page.


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