Winners Of HR Future Workplace Awards 2018

Winners have emerged in the 2018 edition of the HR Future Workplace Awards during the HR Summit and Expo for West Africa, 2018 held at the Landmark Event Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The HR Future Workplace Awards (2018), themed: “Celebrating the Human Side of Business”, sought to recognise outstanding achievements of individuals, departments, teams and organizations that have contributed to the growth and development of the West African HR Industry.

The events showcased the best HR talents in West Africa and also recognised HR professionals in government and private sector for their contributions towards creating a high performing workforce for the future.

Fidson Healthcare Plc was rewarded for its outstanding performance in Human Resource Management with the award for “Best Employee Engagement Programme”.

Head, Human Resource, Fidson Healthcare Plc, Mrs. Adejoke Alli stated:

“We are excited about this award because it shows that the company’s commitment and the efforts of our HR team in ensuring Fidson is a great place to work, are not in vain. The team worked hard to pull this off and I believe God has rewarded our efforts with success. We are extremely thankful.

In line with the company’s value proposition, we recognise that the way we do things determines our outcomes. We support each other to greatness. We not only inspire our people to achieve, we celebrate their achievements with them.”

Terragon emerged winner of the Future of Workplace “Employer of the Year 2018” award.

Founder and CEO of Terragon, Elo Umeh, said:

“As an organisation, we take conscious steps to ensure that our Talent Management Processes reflect and cater to the needs of 100 per cent millennial workforce. In the last few years, we have taken strategic steps to ensure we attract the right talent, and we remain committed to engaging, motivating and retaining them to do absolutely great work, while ensuring that their individualities and unique competences are respected.”

 

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