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CUNA HRTD Council accepting award entries
MADISON, Wis. (11/4/11)--Entries are being accepted for the 2012 HR/TD Excellence Awards, sponsored by the CUNA HR, Training & Development (HR/TD) Council.

Recognition will be given in three major categories:

  • Employee engagement--includes human resources/training department programs related to internal communications, staff development, rewards and recognition, employee satisfaction and community involvement.
  • HR/TD management practices--covers programs that include compensation and benefits, recruitment and retention, training design and implementation, workforce diversity; and
  • HR/TD strategic leadership--recognizes a senior HR/TD professional who has made significant contributions or taken an innovative approach in these areas: business solutions, change management, succession planning, culture building, learning development strategy or leadership development.
Winners will be based upon innovation, business outcomes/impact, sustainability, quality and integration.

"The CUNA HR/TD Council leaders want to honor credit unions that exemplify excellence in the human resources and training disciplines," said awards committee chair Jennifer Godel, vice president of HR/training and quality at Desert Schools FCU in Phoenix. 

Entries must be received by 5 p.m. (CT) Jan. 13.

Winners will receive a complimentary registration to the 2012 CUNA HR/TD National Conference, April 18-21 in San Antonio. Awards will be presented at the conference.
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