LONDON, October 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Reward Gateway, global employee engagement company, is proud to announce the winners of the sixth annual Engagement Excellence Awards, held in London last night.
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Last night marked Reward Gateway's sixth annual Engagement Excellence Awards, with the winners announced at a celebration held at the Guildhall, London. The awards celebrate companies that are leading the way in employee engagement and those working to make the world a better place to work. The set of awards, which include categories such as Most creative communications and Most unique company benefits, acknowledge innovative and game-changing companies, and allow the industry to gain ideas for future improvement.
The winner from each category was selected from hundreds of applicants by a fully independent judging panel comprised of some of the most experienced and skilled HR, benefits and reward professionals in the industry. The scoring system looked at how each company had set up objectives, the approach and strategy for completing those objectives, and the subsequent results.
GO Outdoors, Nottingham Trams Ltd, Atos IT Services UK Ltd, and Causeway Technologies all picked up two awards each, with Atos scooping the award for Best evolution of company benefits for the second year running, and Causeway Technologies picking up the Grand Prix: Best of the Best award.
Rob Boland, Group Director of Product and Client Success, says:
"The sixth annual Engagement Excellence Awards truly showcased the incredible companies that are putting their employees at the heart of what they do and consistently innovating in the HR space. We're enormously proud to be associated with each and every person that attended and contributed to the entries. We will continue to invest more into the HR, Reward and Engagement space across the globe this coming year, focusing on our mission to make the world a better place to work.
Read the full list of winners here:
Most creative communications for larger organisations: Travis Perkins
Most creative communications for smaller organisations: Oliver Bonas
Most creative communications for public sector/charity organisations: Transport for London
Best branding for larger organisations: Edwardian Hotels London
Best branding for smaller organisations: Nottingham Trams Ltd
Best branding for public sector/charity organisations: CultureNL
Most strategic communications for larger organisations: Atos IT Services UK Ltd
Most strategic communications for smaller organisations: Nottingham Trams Ltd
Most strategic communications for public sector/charity organisations: Home Group
Engagement leader of the year: Deirdre Ward, Watford Community Housing Trust
Engagement team of the year: Ashford Borough Council
Most effective launch: GO Outdoors
Most effective relaunch: SThree Plc
Best evolution of company benefits: Atos IT Services UK Ltd
Best employee engagement project: Derbyshire Constabulary
Most unique company benefits: DHL
Best use of the platform to drive business strategy: ENGIE
Most integrated engagement platform: GO Outdoors
Best recognition strategy: Thales UK Ltd
Best wellbeing strategy: Causeway Technologies
Grand Prix: Causeway Technologies
You can read the full list of winners case studies here: www.engagementexcellence.com/winners-2017
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About Reward Gateway
Reward Gateway helps more than 1,700 of the world's leading companies, in 23 countries, to attract, engage and retain their best people with an employee engagement platform that brings employee benefits, discounts and perks, reward and recognition, employee wellbeing and employee communications into one unified hub. Clients include American Express, Unilever, Samsung, IBM and McDonald's. lease visit: www.rewardgateway.com
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