HR Award Finalists: “Engaging Pittsburgh: It’s All About the People!”
The Pittsburgh Human Resources Association (PHRA) is recognizing innovative HR practices at organizations in Southwestern PA. The finalists’ initiatives offer best practices in categories such as “Help Them Thrive,” “Magnify Their Success” and “Make Them Fearless.” Jennifer Ploskina, PHRA’s VP/Engaging Pittsburgh, notes, “We only hope that more organizations in the region are inspired and motivated to consider such programming in their own workplaces to encourage, appreciate and develop employees to be the best version of themselves.”
“It’s important for employers and their leadership teams to understand the link between a successful organization and its employees’ performance,” said PHRA’s President, Mike Toney. This year’s Engaging Pittsburgh finalists gave their employees the opportunity to grow, develop, and reach greater levels of success personally, professionally and for the organization. This year’s Engaging Pittsburgh finalists support employee involvement, life-long-learning initiatives, gave ideas for improved work life balance, as well as recognition to employees for reaching and successfully achieving personal and company goals.”
The accomplishments of all 10 of the nominated companies will be celebrated on Thursday, April 16, 2015 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Green Tree.
Finalists include Inclusant client, the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.
Read more: http://www.pittsburghhra.org/events/event_details.asp?id=596396