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HR Most Influential 2019: There's still time to submit evidence

The deadline for submitting evidence for HR Most Influential 2019, in partnership with LifeSight, is upon us

But we're extending it until 3 June to give you more time to get those submissions in.

We’re calling for those HR practitioners and HR thinkers who could be eligible to be featured on one of our HRMI rankings, to send us some ‘evidence’ highlighting any work they’ve done over the past year we should be aware of. This is to ensure the ranking continues to represent the most robust and prestigious list of the most influential HR practitioners and thinkers.

To be eligible to be considered for one of our HR practitioners lists you will be a current HR director with a track record of successful outcomes within your current and previous businesses. You will also be a visible and frequent influencer in the wider HR community. See our practitioner criteria.

To be considered for our HR Most Influential Thinkers list you must be an academic, author or speaker in the HR space, meeting these criteria.

If you would like to be considered please email just a couple of pointers/ bullet points under each of the relevant criteria. Please submit this to editor Jenny Roper, on jenny.roper@markallengroup.com, by our extended deadline of 3 June.