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As the first and only global dedicated Employee Engagement Awards & conference business, we believe in inspiring & educating people to remake the way organisations think about, and engage, people to achieve their purpose.
That’s why we created and continue to improve the Employee Engagement Awards; to provide a platform to recognise excellence in engagement that inspires action and drives the industry and the employee experience forward
By entering and hopefully winning, The EE Awards will provide you with industry acknowledgement and an important competitive advantage to attract the best talent globally and all year round.
We have 17 award categories. Winners will be announced on the evening of January 26, 2017 at the Employee Engagement Awards ceremony at Wembley Stadium.
We shave maintained our case study based entry approach but this year we have moved to an online submission where you can view here.
This award will go to the organisation that demonstrates the most compelling and holistic approach to their strategy for engaging their workforce. The winning business will provide evidence that they’ve utilised multiple opportunities for employees to engage with their company and become more fulfilled in their work. Judges will be looking for varied engagement methods and metrics used to measure their return on investment.
This award is designed for companies to nominate that one person in your company who is your linchpin, the person that ensures employee engagement strategies succeed rather than fail. Who is in the frontline day-to-day. The person that might not be responsible for creating the strategy but without them it would never be rolled out. This is your chance to give that person the recognition they rarely receive or expect to receive.Enter Now
This award follows the same criteria as The Employee Engagement Company of the Year Award (above) but focuses on those companies of 0-500 employees and reflects the budgets they may have to work with.Enter Now
This award follows the same criteria as The Employee Engagement Company of the Year Award (above) but focuses on those companies with 500+ employees and reflects the budgets they have to work within.Enter Now
This award will be presented to a public sector organisation that has undertaken a project in the past year that has driven employee engagement in the organisation. All projects, whether around wellness, internal communications, technology or reward, can be entered. Judges would like to see information around the full project lifecycle including planning, implementation, measurement and reflection.
This award will be presented to a not-for-profit or charitable organisation that has undertaken a project in the past year that has driven employee engagement in the organisation. All projects, whether around wellbeing, internal communications, technology or reward, can be entered. Judges would like to see information around the full project lifecycle including planning, implementation, measurement and reflection.Enter Now
Noted by many engagement consultancy companies as the biggest issue of concern for disengaged employees, this award will be presented to the company or organization who has gone to considerable lengths to improve internal communications. Candidates must demonstrate how employee concerns and comments are noted, recorded and escalated throughout their management structure and how this feedback is reviewed and assessed.Enter Now
One of the best ways to engage staff and keep them engaged year-on-year is to connect them to the company brand, culture and values. This award will recognise the businesses that can demonstrate they have an excellent employer brand strategy, which delivers: proof of measurable benefits to the business, engagement of key stakeholders within the business, impact & understanding of messaging and positioning across workforce etc.Enter Now
This award will go to the organisation that provides the most compelling evidence that they have deployed an effective strategy to engage and communicate with the varying different generations within their business. It is recognised now that different age groups within a business have vastly different expectations on how they are managed, rewarded and engaged with at work. One size doesn’t fit all. This award will go to the business to best demonstrates their strategy has succeeded to address this issue.Enter Now
This award will be presented to an organisation that uses wellness initiatives to better engage staff with the organisation’s goals and future, improve day-to-day productivity and create a better working environment for all. Judges would like to see evidence of how the organisation has encouraged staff uptake of wellness initiatives.Enter Now
Reward & recognition are important parts of any business but we want to see companies that are extracting additional value. This award will go to a company that ties their reward & recognition strategy to business objectives and engages employees beyond simple transactional elements such as salary or private medical insurance.Enter Now
This award recognises an organisation that can clearly demonstrate that it actively executed a strategy that put diversity and inclusion at the heart of its business.
It may focus on one minority group but preferably the winner will communicate a strategy that provided clear support and inclusion for all whether women, people from BME backgrounds, people from the LGBTI community, disabled people and other minorities.Enter Now
Employees continue to want their work and their company to contribute to more than just profit. This award will recognise a project dedicated to engaging employees through a social responsibility initiative or program. The judges would like to see evidence of the impact the project has had on both the workforce and also the wider social contribution it has made.Enter Now
As one of the most integral part of a company’s profile, this award focused on how companies and organizations relate to their customers. Candidates must demonstrate new and innovative examples of customer engagement specifically how each organization delivers on customer satisfaction.Enter Now
This award recognises the use of technology to support and drive employee engagement and will be looking for a people-first approach to using technology effectively rather than a technology-first approach. Entries that can quantify the measurable impact of the technology on employee engagement and how the organisation has gained employee uptake will be looked upon favourably.
This entry must be submitted on behalf of a customer the technology was used for.Enter Now
This unique award focuses on the efforts and achievements of consultancies that aim to bring employee engagement into the forefront of a business. As a new and emerging field of study, candidates will be expected to demonstrate effective methods in maintaining employee satisfaction for its clients.Enter Now
This award follows the same criteria as The Employee Engagement Company of the Year Award (above) but focuses on those organisations outside the UK & Ireland. Any submission from overseas must be tangibly different from a UK submission from the same company. There are no boundaries on number of employees within a business for this award.Enter Now
We couldn’t do it without the input of our judging panel that will decide on the six finalists in each category and overall winners of The Employee Engagement Awards.
Representing the many skills needed for Employee Engagement, we have a diverse & expert panel from some of the biggest brands and positions of influence within the industry, with more to come!
VP, Editor & Head of Content, HR Grapevine
Head of Culture & Engagement, Lloyds Banking Group
Exec Director, Engage for Success
Head of internal communication for AXA PPP healthcare
Vice President, Employee Solutions, Maritz Motivation Solutions
Best selling author of Recognizing & Engaging Employees for Dummies
Head of Customer & People Development, News UK
Director of Evoloshen Academy
Managing Director, People Insight Ltd
Founder, The Employee Engagement Awards
CEO, The Happiness Index
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