HR Excellence Awards winners announced

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More than 620 HR professionals attended the 19th HR Excellence Awards gala at the Park Lane Hilton. Here is the full list of HR Excellence Awards 2014 winners.

The Dorchester collection won four awards, including the Gold Award for outstanding work across all areas of HR.

Other winners on the night included Iceland CEO Malcolm Walker (Most People-Focused CEO: Private Sector), Gentoo Group CEO Peter Walls (Most People-Focused CEO: Public and Not-for-Profit Sector), Cafcass senior HR projects officer Greg Styger (Young Talent of the Year) and LOROL HR business partner Alison Bell (HR Practitioner of the Year).

Bell (pictured) told HR magazine she was delighted her hard work, and that of her team, had been recognised.

"I'm very proud of the changes we've implemented within the business," she said. "It's fantastic to receive this, not just for myself but also for the organisation."

HR magazine editor Arvind Hickman said this year’s winners illustrate the power of good people management to help organisations overcome a challenging business environment.

“I’d like to congratulate the winners; we’ve had a record number of entries and the competition this year has been fierce. There’s been some great initiatives in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors – it’s been a pleasing spread,” he said.

“It’s also been a record year in terms of number of entries – up 25% – and attendance. We’ve seen growth across the board, but particularly in the recruitment and L&D categories, indicating that companies are hiring more and investing in their talent. It all bodes well for the future.”

The winners

HR Excellence Gold Award: Dorchester Collection – sponsored by HR magazine

HR Director of the Year: Eugenio Pirri: Dorchester Collection – sponsored by The Open University

Best HR Team: Dorchester Collection – sponsored by The Human Resources Forum

HR Young Talent of the Year: Greg Styger, Cafcass – sponsored by 10Eighty

HR Practitioner of the Year: Alison Bell, LOROL – sponsored by Chameleon People Solutions

Most People-Focused CEO: Private Sector: Malcolm Walker, Iceland – sponsored by Penna

Most People-Focused CEO: Public & Not-for-Profit: Peter Walls, Gentoo Group – sponsored by Best Companies

Best Talent Management Strategy: Hilton Worldwide – sponsored by HFI

Most Effective Recruitment Strategy: Hastings Direct – sponsored by Recruitment Genius

Outstanding Employee Engagement Strategy: Dorchester Collection – sponsored by HR Vision

Best Learning and Development Strategy: Hertfordshire County Council – sponsored by De Montfort University

Most Successful Change Management Strategy: Amey – sponsored by Roffey Park

Health and Wellbeing Award: The University of Sheffield – sponsored by Axa PPP Healthcare

Best CSHR Strategy: Tata Consultancy Services – sponsored by Enei

Most Innovative Deployment of HR Technology: HCL Technologies – sponsored by Cascade

Most Effective Internal Communications Strategy: HSBC – sponsored by Ciphr

Best HR Strategy From Overseas: DenizBank – sponsored by Boost Marketing

Most Effective Rewards Strategy: Surrey County Council – sponsored by HR Legal Service

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