As the best and brightest young talent in workforce management emerges, we want to recognize the profession's innovative rising stars for their positive impact on the past, present and future. Do you know high-potential young professionals who are making their mark on the HR profession? If so, nominate them for Workforce's annual Game Changers award competition. The contest is open to the next generation of workplace leaders under the age of 40.
The 2014 nomination process for the Workforce Game Changers is now open. DEADLINE EXTENDED: Nominations are now due by May 19, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. Central. Nominations must be completed using the online entry form that can be found here. To read about the 2013 winners, please go here.
Get the Recognition You Deserve for Driving Business Results
What do you get when you pay close attention to workforce management issues? Amazing business results for your organization. You've done it, and now it’s time to celebrate your successes and share them with your peers.
By becoming an Optimas Awards winner, you gain well-deserved glory for your efforts. You celebrate your company's successes. And you demonstrate the important role that sophisticated workforce management plays in business today.
To be considered for an Optimas award, complete the online nomination form found here. The 2013 nomination process for the Optimas award is now closed. For more information, including award categories and entry requirements, visit the Optimas Awards home page.
To find out which companies are the best for HR management, Workforce editors, along with researchers from the Human Capital Media Advisory Group, the magazine’s research arm, created a statistical formula to sift through publicly available information to separate the best from the rest. The result of that analysis is the inaugural Workforce 100 list. While we’ve come up with one answer to the question of which companies are best for HR, we look forward to the conversation with you that results in furthering the discussion.