April 27, 2016
The 15 winners of Workforce Management's first Game Changers award competition have demonstrated the kinds of skills and achievements that are so necessary in the competitive 21st century workplace.
The winners are all rising stars, 40 years old and younger, who are making their mark in human resources and other areas of workplace management. They come from corporations, startups and not-for-profits, and they are finding innovative ways to create a new generation of leaders, shed light on how companies compensate and treat their employees, bridge global cultural differences in HR management, and use social media to facilitate employee collaboration.
Winners were chosen by Workforce Management's editorial staff from a pool of approximately 50 nominees. We considered not only professional accomplishments but also community service and other achievements.
Managing director, Charles Schwab & Co.,
Dana Aspillera, 34, makes sure her team has an active presence in the community for seeking out new talent.
Co-founder and vice president of product and marketing, Glassdoor Inc., Sausalito, California
Manager of talent management, Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment, Seoul, South Korea
Director, Automatic Data Processing, Norcross, Georgia
Sara Sutton Fell
Founder and CEO, FlexJobs, Boulder, Colorado
Human resources manager, Orlando (Florida) Airport Marriott
and represents a future in which HR leaders are trusted