For its background-checking system, iReviewNow is the winner of the silver Optimas Award for Innovation.Read More
For its strong dedication to providing programs and benefits to improve its employees’ quality of life, Bright Horizons is the gold Optimas Award winner for Innovation.Read More
For its pioneering work in using analytics to manage workforce issues, ATK is the 2012 winner of the Optimas Award for Innovation.
For its creative internal mobility program, Sodexo is the 2011 winner of the Optimas Award for Innovation. Read More
The day care provider meets increased demand and tougher accreditation standards with online training that helps workers better serve families.Read More
The electronics retailer gets results by doing away with the traditional rules of work, giving employees the autonomy to do their jobs when they want, where they want.Read More
In creating one of the first labor supply chains, the oil refining giant has slashed time to fill and cost per hire against a backdrop of explosive growth. In 2002, each hire cost about $12,000. With the labor supply chain in place, the cost per hire dropped to $2,3000 last year.Read More
For solving an HR challenge with originality and having a clear understanding of its employees, GameStop wins the Optimas Award for Innovation.Read More