EE Awards 2017 in association with People Insight now open!
5 Jun 2017 - Awards, Events, News
London – June 06, 2017 – It’s official – the 2017 UK & European Employee Engagement Awards, in association with People Insight, today opens for entries.
In our opinion, these are THE premier awards for Employee Engagement excellence. Now a global body in 4 continents, the Employee Engagement Awards attract high calibre entries from across the private, public and not for profit sectors, and serve as the premier recognition for organisations that invest in employee engagement to improve the world of work and enhance business performance.
For the first time, the EE Awards will be open to entries from the UK and right across Europe. We are super proud to continue our relationship with this exciting organisation.
Has your organisation recently achieved significant employee engagement success? Check out the 18 categories here – there will certainly be one that applies to your organisation.
Its easy to enter online, and the competition is now open until October 6th 2017.
The final judging panel will be confirmed later this month.
Our own MD, Tom Debenham said:
“We are delighted once again to be supporting the EE Awards. Every year brings stronger evidence that if employers want to thrive, then they need to create environments in which their people thrive. And let’s not pretend that this is just about enhancing organisation performance and shareholder value (important though those things are). This is about creating healthy organisations in every respect, where people can sustainably flourish and grow.
Our mission at People Insight is to make the world a more engaging place to work (one organisation at a time), and the EE Awards are a hugely valuable showcase for everyone else that shares this aspiration.”
Matt Manners, Founder & CEO, The EE Awards, said:
“It’s a privilege to work in this theatre of business. Every day I encounter organisations of all sizes striving to drive the Employee Experience for better Engagement and business performance. I see cross-industry collaboration, new ideas being tested and old ideas revisited and improved.
The Awards categories reflect the diverse ways that organisations can go about achieving energised and engaged employees. The finalists will no doubt provide exceptional insights into what is possible, both in terms of innovative approaches and tangible results. I can’t wait to see entries from countries across Europe this year too. Good luck to all.”
The Employee Engagement Awards winners will be announced at a black tie Awards Gala Dinner at the iconic Wembley Stadium on January 25th 2018. It’s a chance for hundreds of the UK’s employee engagement professionals to come together in a relaxed environment to network, learn and celebrate with each other.
Winners are forward-thinking organisations that strive to do things differently and put their workforce at the heart of their operations. Previous winners and finalists, such as BMW, Cancer Research UK, Cisco, Lidl, Fuller’s Marriott, Tesco Bank, Virgin Trains, VSO and Visa, have shown that best practice employee engagement improves productivity, profitability and innovation – and the health and wellbeing of employees.
You can read the case studies of our very own winners and finalists here:
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