Organisers of the cHeRries Awards are on the hunt for the cream of the crop among human resources (HR) professionals in the north-east.
As the next edition of one of the region’s most prestigious business events looms, HR specialists will be hoping to land the honour of being declared “fantastic”.
He or she will be presented with one of the top accolades – fantastic HR advisor – at the ceremony on June 4 at P&J Live, Aberdeen.
Last year Sarah Ross, of energy services firm WorleyParsons, came out top in the category, setting the bar high for this year’s cHeRries judges.
They are seeking evidence of an HR advisor who during the past 12 months has gained respect from their client base by ensuring high visibility and face-to-face contact, while proactively delivering a high standard of HR service and solutions.
Alongside this, the winner will also have been able to show their continuing professional development.
The Mike Reid Community Award will also be up for grabs on the evening, which will be presented to an individual who, outwith their day-to-day job, continually commits their efforts to volunteering, fundraising or otherwise supporting good causes.
Nominees must demonstrate evidence of their fundraising activities, and how this has impacted their community. But time is running out as they must get their entries in no later than midnight on Sunday.
To enter, visit www.cherriesawards.co.uk or for more information, contact Laura Adam on email@example.com or 01382 575308.