Sciensus is thrilled to have been shortlisted for the HR Team of the Year at the 2021 HR Excellence awards.
It’s shaping up to be a year to be proud of for the Sciensus HR team as they make the final shortlist for a second HR award in as many months. This time it’s in the HR Excellence awards, which will take place in London on 1 December 2021.
After an extremely challenging year for HR teams across all industries, the HR Excellence Awards promises to be a long overdue opportunity for the HR community to get together and celebrate the very best in achievement, ability, and performance.
The Team of the Year award recognises UK HR teams from the public, private and not for profit sectors for both their work within the function and their business partnering with other teams. The Sciensus team were successfully shortlisted thanks to their clear demonstration of effective teamwork and their collaborative and innovative approach to people management.
Sciensus’ Human Resources Director, Jackie Reeves, said: “I feel very proud that our team has been shortlisted for a second HR award. It’s been such a challenging time, in so many ways, and I am thrilled that our team’s unwavering dedication and hard work is being recognised so publicly. As a team we feel very passionately about the value of what we do. We always strive to be the best we can be by working together and being shortlisted for this award recognises the incredible achievements of our entire HR team”.
HR Magazine Editor Jo Gallacher said: “As we recover from the earthquake that was the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to celebrate the phenomenal work HR has done within organisations to not just keep them going, but make them sparkle, too. We already know that HR works magic whether that’s conjuring the perfect potion of diversity, inclusion and equality or casting a spell of positivity throughout the workforce. Often, this is done behind the scenes and without acknowledgement. We therefore want to celebrate the many achievements of organisations and individuals who have pushed the boundaries of people strategy over the last year, despite significant challenges”.
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