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Criteria for Award

 
HR ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
 

This Award is to recognize a sustained and continuous commitment by organizations and corporations to the development of its human talent in line with the nation’s need to develop a world class workforce in Criteria are as follows:

  • Quality of Human Resources Development Strategy
  • Promotes Continuous Learning
  • Effective Application of System and Technology (in HR Development)
  • Tangible recognition of HR as a strategic business partner.
 
The Award
 
  • Trophy and Award Certificates will be presented to the winner of the INDIA OUTSTANDING HR ACHIEVEMENT AWARD.
  • The winning organization will receive with the Award.
  • The winning organization will also receive a 1 year free HR club membership with the HR club Publicity will be given to the winner of the Award by direct communication with the HRM fraternity and media coverage with the general business and HR community.
  • The Award will be represented at a highly publicized evening event, attended by members of the business and HRM community
  • The winner will be allowed to use the award’s logo in all their communication and business activities for one (1) year.
 
HR Leader Award
 

(Individual award)
This Award is to recognize individual professionals who have made an outstanding contribution to the Human Resource Management.. Criteria for the Award are as follows:

  • The nominees will be a HR Practitioner/Professional or an Organization Leader who is involved in providing direction and support of the whole spectrum of HR initiatives, implementation and development within their organization.
  • The nominees will be involved in the Human Resource Management or Executive position for a minimum of 5 years.

The nominee must demonstrate the following competence factors:

  • PERSONAL: Communication; Decision making and problem solving; Business acumen; Credibility and Professionalism; Leadership; Relationship Management and Adaptability
  • ORGANISATIONAL: Knowledge of environment; Knowledge of the industry/sector; Knowledge of the organization; Impact Assessment; The HR department as a strategic business partner
  • MANAGERIAL: Management of self; Management of people; Management of Resources; Management of Operations (including outsourcing); Management of Information; Change Management
  • FUNCTIONAL: Manpower Planning and Staffing; Performance Management and Development; Employee and Industrial Relations; Compensation and Benefits; Occupational Safety & Health, Employees Welfare; Systems & Communication; Organisation Development.

The nominee must be able to demonstrate an outstanding HR achievement or project, which was completed or impacted the organization’s business in the last 12 months. The achievement must have also impacted positively on the employees of the business, contributed to employees’ development, and/or supported the organization’s competitiveness.

 
The Award
 
  • A Trophy and Award Certificates will be presented to the winner of the HR Leader Award.
  • The winner will also receive a 1 year free individual professional membership
  • Publicity will be given to the winner of the Award by direct communication with the HRM fraternity and media coverage with the general business and HR community.
  • The Award will be represented at a highly publicized evening event, attended by members of the business and HRM community.

THE SELECTION PROCESS
To organize Awards like this can be quite controversial, and that the process by which a winner is chosen is often criticized. Accordingly, we have appointed official auditors to ensure that the entire process is fair, objective and professional. Additionally, we have taken considerable effort to make the process very transparent, by widely publicizing the management of the Awards.
This includes:

  • Setting up on websites up-to-date information about the Award, and the process being followed.
  • Obtaining as much publicity via the official media partner as possible, within sensible financial limitations.
  • Communicating directly with a large number of organizations, both by letter, e-mail, and over the telephone.
  • Facilitating group discussions to inform about the award, and to seek ideas as to how to make the Award more successful, and the process more effective.