CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Human Capital Media is pleased to announce the winners of Workforce magazine’s fifth annual Game Changers competition. Each year, the international award program selects some of the top human resources practitioners and strategists under the age of 40 who are dedicated to pushing the profession forward with innovative people-management practices. This year’s Game Changers demonstrated excellence in devising and executing innovative HR strategies to help their companies or clients improve their workforces.
This year’s winners range from emerging HR professionals to more experienced practitioners who have a track record of designing and implementing innovative HR programs. To see the full list of winners, please visit: Workforce.com/gamechangers.
“It’s important that HR not only changes along with the times, but also leads the way — recognizing that any organization’s strongest asset is its people. We applaud these HR professionals for taking the initiative to advance workforce management practices,” said Rick Bell, Workforce magazine’s managing editor.
Winners are HR professionals in various industries including education, automotive and professional services. This year’s awardees hail from across the country and across the world, including Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
“The number of quality applications we got this year is staggering, and we are pleased with the diversity of these award submissions,” Bell said. “The work of our winners show that ideas in human capital don’t just affect America but are relevant to business practices around the world.”
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