With over 100 entries received from organisations all across the UK, competition to be named a Finalist proved to be very tough. But today, the British HR Awards judging panel is delighted to reveal its 2022 Finalists!
Run by next generation employee insight platform, New Possible, the British HR Awards sets out to discover and celebrate the organisations and individuals that are truly passionate about delivering a world-class people experience. Organisations taking part this year range from innovative start-ups to tech unicorns, global giants, not for profits and everything in between. Irrespective of organisation size, industry or resources, all Finalists shared how their initiatives are transforming the people experience and delivering tangible value for their organisations.
Winners will be announced at a special celebration event on the 21st April at Bounce Farringdon, London. Click here to reserve your place.
Nate Harwood, Founder of New Possible and British HR Awards judge said: “The quality and diversity of entries has made judging a real challenge, but also a great privilege. We’re immensely proud to recognise the organisations and individuals that are working hard to create exceptional people experiences. These leaders are fundamentally reimagining the future of work and helping to showcase British HR leadership on a truly global scale. Congratulations to all the Finalists.”
A huge thanks to the British HR Awards 2022 all-star judging panel for reviewing the entries and sharing their expertise:
- Mel Willsmore, People Director at Strike
- Perry Timms, Chief Energy Officer at People and Transformational HR
- Kelly Stokes, HR Director at Aldi UK
- Hannah Reid, People Director at Apple
- Melanie Punch, Head of UK Careers at Investec
- Neil Piper, Chief People Officer at KFC
- Daniel Kasmir, Chief People and Procurement Officer at TalkTalk
- Nate Harwood, Founder at New Possible
And so, without any further ado, the British HR Awards 2022 Finalists are:
Best Overall People Experience: Bank North, Cycas Hospitality, Enfuse Group, Form3, Life Moments, Lifebit, MyTutor, PowerON & Institute of Export & International Trade
Employee Wellness Initiative of the Year (Sponsored by Each Person): Blackbaud, Enfuse Group, Learnerbly, Monzo Bank, National Express UK, Northumbrian Water Group, RBH Hospitality Management & Weir Minerals Europe
Innovation of the Year: Adarga, Connectr, Delve Organisational Development Ltd, Monzo Bank, National Express UK, Northumbrian Water Group & The ERIC App
Start-Up of the Year: Bank North, Fifty50 Coaching, Form3, Permutive, The Spark Company (Human Resources) Ltd & VIOOH
SME of the Year: ABSTRACT, Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult, Humble Grape, Institute of Export & International Trade, My HR Hub, Orchard Employment Law & Serve and Protect Credit Union
Large Organisation of the Year: King’s College London, Northern Gas and Power, Roche UK & Weir Minerals Europe
Leader of the Year: Belinda Parmar OBE, CEO at The Empathy Business, Janet Roberts, Chief People & Culture Officer at Cycas Hospitality, Kate Howdon, Head of HR at eStar Truck & Van, Liz Dowling, Head of People at VIOOH, Lorna Davidson, CEO at Redwigwam, Michael Mueller, CEO at Form3, Robert Hicks, Group HR Director at Reward Gateway & Tara Ryan, People Experience Director at Monzo Bank
Rising Star of the Year: Beth Gavin, Junior People Partner at Baltic Apprenticeships, Lisa Seagroatt, Managing Director at HR Fit for Purpose, Michaela Howell, HR Advisor at LGBT Foundation & Xenia Kaercher, HR Advisor at 5 Hertford Street Ltd
Coach of the Year: Dr Declan Woods, Master coach, Top team and CEO coach at Teamgenie Limited, Dr Kate Jenkinson, Chief Emotions Officer (CEO) and Creative Executive Coach at Next Step HR Ltd, Judy Bullimore, Employment Specialist, Dream Job Mentor & Interview Expert at Judy Bullimore - Package Your Potential & Verity Symcox, Director of Coaching and Wellbeing at Fifty50 Coaching
Consultancy of the Year: ABSTRACT, Delve Organisational Development Ltd, Happier at Work, JG HR Solutions Ltd, Morgan Philips Talent Consulting, My HR Hub, Orchard Employment Law & The Spark Company (Human Resources) Ltd
Recruitment Partner of the Year: Inspire People, MM Search & The ERIC App
Financial Services Company of the Year: Bank North, Form3, Serve and Protect Credit Union & The Cumberland Building Society
Technology Company of the Year: Adarga, Connectr, Permutive, SD Worx, Smiths Detection & VIOOH
Hospitality & Leisure Company of the Year: Cycas Hospitality, Humble Grape & RBH Hospitality Management
EdTech of the Year: Learnerbly & MyTutor
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