For its workforce initiative, which demonstrates excellence in several winning categories, including Business Impact, Corporate Citizenship, Innovation, Managing Change and Training, Goodwill of Delaware & Delaware County is the 2013 Optimas Award winner for General Excellence.Read More
For the way it transformed itself into a top child-welfare agency so quickly, ChildNet is the winner of the 2012 Optimas Award for General Excellence.
For its flexible work program that reinvented the company's workplace culture, Ryan LLC is the 2011 winner of the Optimas Award for General Excellence.Read More
WE ARE PLEASED to announce the winners of the 2011 Optimas Awards, which marks the 21st anniversary of our prize for outstanding achievement in talent management. Read More
The 2010 Optimas Award winners have earned distinction because of their ability to tackle challenges with flexibility and ingenuity. There are two overarching themes among the winners in this volatile global economy: how to do more with less and how to find, develop and retain talent.Read More
The military branch maintains a massive workforce with programs that offer personnel a greater choice of jobs, education assistance and family support.Read More
Financial services giant Goldman Sachs has made learning and development a core part of its culture. And if recent earnings are any gauge, the company’s investment in its people is paying off.Read More
The computer chip maker's workforce strategies have helped it remain atop the competitive tech market and prepared it for a knowledge-based future. Intel has is a leader in areas ranging from ethics to leadership training to fostering a global perspective among its employees.Read More