Ghana HR Star Awards

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NOMINATIONS OPENED 

As part of efforts to enhance recognition of Human Resource Management in Ghana, and to reward outstanding and best HR Practice, the Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners (IHRMP), Ghana, presents the CDH-PHOENIX 1ST GHANA HR STAR AWARDS, under the Theme: “Human Capital and National Development”. The Star Awards ceremony will be held at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 6:30 pm. 

EXTENSION OF deadline for submission of applications to the HR Centre is Friday, March 3, 2017. 

Nominations are opened for the following categories below:

 

AWARD CATEGORY DEFINITION/CRITERIA

Best Organization in Learning & Development Practice

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Demonstrated history and evidence of best practices in Learning and Development including:-
    • Learning needs identification
    • Training facilitation
    • Learning transfer
    • Training evaluation
    • Learning and development management policy
    • Learning & development communication
    • Evidence of the impact/results of the best practices on the organizations Goals/Objectives

Best Organization in Employee Relations Practice

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Demonstrated history and evidence of best practices in Employee Relations including:-
    • Employee Relations philosophy/core values governing employee relations
    • History of industrial harmony
    • Frequency of referrals to NLC and the Law Courts and outcomes
    • Labour –management negotiations
    • Quality of labour –management relations
    • Employee relations structures/systems
    • Employee relations management policy
    • Employee relations communication
    • Evidence of the impact/results of the best practices on the organizations Goals/Objectives

Best Organization in Rewards Management Practice

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Demonstrated history and evidence of best practices in rewards management including:-
    • Design and implementation of incentive schemes
    • Determination of job values
    • Frequency of Salary Surveys
    • Salary Administration
    • Benefits Administration
    • Rewards Management policy
    • Rewards Management communication
    • Innovative Salary Administration Policies
    • Evidence of the impact/results of the best practices on the organizations Goals/Objectives

Best Organization in Performance Management

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Demonstrated history and evidence of best practices in performance management including:-
  • Performance management philosophy
  • Performance motivation system
  • Performance Measurement system
  • Performance Management policy
  • Performance Management communication
  • Adoption of Modern Trends in Performance Management
  • Evidence of the impact/results of the best practices on the organizations Goals/Objectives

Best Organization in Recruitment and Selection

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Demonstrated history and evidence of best practices in recruitment and selection including:-
  • Organization Design
  • Jobs Design
  • Role Clarification
  • Selection Instruments
  • Selection Policy
  • Placement Policy
  • Evidence of the impact/results of the best practices on the organizations Goals/Objectives

HR Practitioner of the Year

 (Private/Public Sectors)

  • Demonstrated history and evidence of best practices in Leadership of HR management including:
  • Primary point of HR contact for the leadership community within the company –Strategic Business Partnering
  • HR Management Model in use
  • General HR practice
  • Change champion
  • Human Resource Management Philosophy
  • Strategic HR Management
  • HR function visibility & role
  • HR practices documentation
  • Best practices in the individual categories identified above(i.e. Learning to recruitment categories)
  • Evidence of the impact/results of the best practices on the organizations Goals/Objectives

Best Talent Management Strategy

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Entrants should give details of how their organization defines and spots talent, where responsibility for managing talent sits, how they deliver appropriate development opportunities and how they monitor and measure the success of implementation and outcome.
  • Entrants should give details of how the talent management strategy contributed to the achievement of the organization’s Goals/Objectives.

Most Successful Change Management Programme

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • This category covers organizations that have completed a successful people-focused change program. Areas that will be assessed include making the business case for change, its communication, implementation and measurement. Entries can include those where external interim resources have been brought in to achieve a positive outcome and successful merger and acquisition programs.
  • Evidence of the impact/results of the Change Management on the organizations Goals/Objectives

Best Use of CSR in HR

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Judges will be looking for an organisation that has embedded corporate social responsibility throughout the organisation, in particular through its people. Entrants should demonstrate the role HR has played in the strategy and execution of CSR initiatives. They should demonstrate how CSR is making a difference to employees and the business through measurable results.

Most Innovative Use of Technology

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • Judges are looking for an organisation that has used technology to move HR forward. It could be via the application of HR software and analytic systems, online recruitment or an e-learning programme.
  • The highest marks will go to those who demonstrate an innovative approach, fully utilising technology to bring benefit, and who provide evidence of the return on investment.

Best Workplace Diversity Strategy

(Private/Public Sectors)

  • This award recognises organisations that have identified the link between diversity and the organisation's business objectives. Entries should demonstrate a clear business case put forward to improve diversity across the organsation from the board room to the shop floor.
  • Judges will be looking for evidence of a diversity strategy impact on the business.

 

  • Nomination forms : click here to download
  • Nominees should fill out nomination forms, attach company profile and include supporting evidence that is relevant to the award category being applied for.
  • Deadline for submission of applications to the HR Centre is Friday, March 3, 2017
  • For more inquiries call 0302768693/0302767413 or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and/or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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About IHRMP

The Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners (IHRMP), Ghana, brings together HR practitioners who work in both the public and private sectors of the Ghanaian economy.