Recognising how HR&D practice has delivered business results in organisations with less than 250 employees.

You will be able to demonstrate how HR&D insight has been utilised to benefit your business or your employees. This can include how HR&D has contributed to organisation development, change or a one-off project. Your organisation does not have to have a full-time HR&D presence to enter, and it can include the use of consultancy HR&D services.

What are the judges looking for?

  • A clear rationale HR&D activity
  • Evidence of how HR&D activity has contributed to business success

A submission can be made by an organisation or you may wish to make a joint submission to showcase a successful business partnership with a key supplier.

What have previous winners done?

Previous winners have been able to evidence that HR&D input has had a significant impact on organisational performance, including using apprenticeship programmes and developing internal skills and knowledge to meet emerging needs.