• Transform magazine
  • October 21, 2018

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Employer Brand Management Awards open for entries for 2019

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In 2018, a teaching charity spoke to a new generation of prospective teachers through an innovative visual poem. A tax specialist reinvented itself with a colourful, illustrated brand. A Jewish care home showed off its point of differentiation – its service – in a video campaign.

These examples are just a few of the stories that emerged at the Employer Brand Management Awards in April. The awards, which recognises excellence in employer branding – accounting for internal comms, HR, brand management and recruitment practices – is now open for entries for its 2019 programme.

Categories open for entry include ‘Best diversity brand,’ ‘Best brand ambassador programme,’ ‘Best employer brand management event’ and ‘Best employer brand innovation,’ among others. The Employer Brand Management Awards has, for the past three years, celebrated excellence in recruitment, engagement and retention of employees across Europe. Previous winners include Dixons Carphone, ING, Odeon, the British Army, SAP, Aldi, BMW and TfL.

“The Employer Brand Management Awards are the only celebration of the strategic implementation of the employer brand. For those in internal communications, human resources, brand management or employer brand management, the awards celebrates your work. Every year, the standard for winners gets higher and we’re anxious to see who will take home gold in 2019,” says Brittany Golob, publishing editor of Transform magazine.

The awards will be judged by a panel of judges from in-house roles working in the areas relevant to employer brand management. Previous judges joined the panel from Aviva, Deloitte, Bupa, Sage, the BBC and other organisations.

The 2019 Employer Brand Management Awards is open for entry until 9 November. Those entries received by 21 September will receive a £100 discount.

The sell-out Employer Brand Management Conference returns this year on 4 December in London. Secure your tickets now.