UK Employee Experience Awards 2020

UK Employee Experience Awards 2020

UK Employee Experience Awards 2020

Business Awards

By Donna O’Toole

 UK EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE AWARDS 2020

The 2020 UK Employee Experience Awards are OPEN for entries. Deadline 31st January 2020.

If you have,

  • Outstanding initiatives that have improved your employees’ life at work,
  • Transformed your learning and development,
  • Or improved your customer experience through your employees’ success

This is your chance to get top class recognition.

Entering the awards means you can showcase your initiatives, celebrate your team’s dedication and compete with the best companies.

SMEs, start-ups, B2B, B2C and large global organisations are invited to enter. If you have happy employees, and good results – no matter your size – you can win.

The awards also send feedback reports to all finalists. The reports include judges comments, your scores and how you compare the winners. A fantastic tool to benchmark your performance and see how you performed.

2020 CATEGORIES

There are 11 categories in the UK Employee Experience Awards to choose from,

Employee Training and Development
Employee Engagement
Health and Wellbeing of its People
Delivering Customer Experience
Best Company to Work For
Employee-Centric Company
Business Transformation and Managing Change
Innovative Employee Engagement
Use of Digital Technologies
Team of the Year
HR Professional of the Year

Top Tip: When choosing your category, make sure your company/project fits ALL the criteria.

ENTRY PROCESS

Stage 1 – Written Entry

Entries are 2000 words. Including a summary and 8 criteria points to complete; Business strategy Goals and Objectives, Planning and Preparation, Stakeholder Engagement, Implementation, Impacts and Benefits, Innovation and Creativity, Lessons learned, Professional Competence (for people categories only).

Read our top tips on how to write a winning entry here, or get in touch for our help.

Stage 2 – Finalist Presentations

If you’re shortlisted, the next stage will be to present to the judges at the awards finals.

Your written entry will account for 50% of your total score. Your presentation will make up the final 50% to give your final score and decide if you are the winner.

Presentations are 30 minutes long: 15 minute presentation and 15 minute judges Q&A.

The awards have a unique format. The presentations take place on the same day as the awards ceremony. Meaning only one day out of the office and no need to wait months for the result!

Here are our top tips on creating an awards presentation that will wow the judges. Or we can create your presentation and coach you to win.

9 out of 10 of our clients win when we create their written entry and coach them through the presentation stage.

DATES AND FEES

EARLY BIRD ENTRY DEADLINE: 20th December 2019
The early bird price is £199. And extra categories are £99 when ordered together. Pay for your entry before 20th December to secure the early bird price and you will still have until 31st January to submit your full entry.

ENTRY DEADLINE: 31st January 2020
The standard entry price is £299 with extra entries for £169 when ordered together.

FINALISTS ANNOUNCED: 10th February 2020

AWARDS PRESENTATION AND FINALS: 14th May 2020, Park Plaza Riverbank, London

WINNING AT THE UK EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE AWARDS

If you have happy employees and good business results you should enter the UK Employee Experience Awards.

Contact us today to find out how we can give you the very best chance of winning, saving you time, energy and money.

We recently attended and judged at the UK Customer Experience Awards. And we achieved a 100% win rate for our clients. Awards International run both the EXAs and CXAs and they follow the same format. You can read about our experience at the CXAs here to get a feel for the event.

 

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It was a privilege to Chair the judging panel for Government and Public Services at the UK Employee Experience Awards yesterday, won by Care UK with Dragonfish, and an even bigger thrill to see so many brilliant winners celebrating their success with their teams across all the categories.

Barnardo’s was the charity of choice for the event and it was good to see everyone give generously to support vulnerable young people to improve their lives.

Close Brothers Premium Finance gave an excellent example of how a training programme designed for millennials can support growth and development across an evolving business. On receiving the Learning and Development award yesterday, Daniel Thompson, Chief Operating Officer said:

“We’re delighted to be recognised at the UK Employee Experience Awards for our Ignite Learning Development Programme. It is fantastic that our people now have even more opportunities to develop their career within Close Brothers Premium Finance through the implementation of Ignite, and this award is testament to the hard work and calibre of our Learning & Development team and the individuals who are part of this initial cohort”

Greg Searle MBE, Olympic gold medalist, was an inspirational host as sponsor Keys Business Concierge’s Chief Innovation Officer, and more importantly, a great sport, having his picture taken with eager fans like me and indeed the whole room!

And in the wake of such tragic events that had happened just over the bridge in Westminster the day before, we all paused to think about the families who had lost loved ones, but also to stand unified in the sentiment that London won’t be taken down by the likes of such horrors – we are stronger together, in every sense. If nothing else, the highs and lows of the last few days should remind us to enjoy every moment, and never to hold back on our gratitude to our colleagues, friends and family.

If nothing else, the highs and lows of the last few days should remind us to enjoy every moment, and never to hold back on our gratitude to our colleagues, friends and family.

 

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