Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Who will win this year?On 25 Nov 2003 in Personnel Today This Thursday sees the top HR teams in the UK awarded for theirinnovation and forward thinking at the Personnel Today Awards 2003 at a galaevent in London. Here is the shortlist in full: Aon Health Solutions Award for Managing Health at Work – Severn Trent Water – Standard Life Healthcare – West Bromwich Building Society Computers In Personnel Award for HR Collaboration – AXA Insurance – Lloyds TSB – Ventura Deloitte Award for Innovation in Measuring Human Capital – Arriva – BUPA – The Royal Bank of Scotland Department for Work and Pensions Age Positive at Work Award – Asda Stores – Barclays Business Banking – Inkfish Call Centres Hammonds HR Director of the Year Award – Essex County Council – London & Quadrant Housing Group – South West Trains Intellect Award for Innovation in Career Development – Getronics – Nationwide Building Society – Spirit Group KnowledgePool Award for Excellence in Training – Alliance & Leicester – Barclays University Business School – Lyreco Northgate Empower HR Award for Excellence in HR through Technology – CPM – Liverpool Direct – New Look Rebus HR Award for Best HR Strategy in Line with Business – Clarks International – Motorola – Scottish Water RightCoutts Employer Branding Award – Alliance & Leicester – London & Quadrant Housing Group – Norwich Union SHL Award for Global HR Strategy – Canon Europe – Standard Chartered Bank – Pricewaterhouse Coopers Snowdrop Systems Award for Communication Strategy – Lloyds TSB – Marks & Spencer – O2 TMP/Hudson Global Resources Award for Innovation in Recruitment andRetention – Hertfordshire County Council – North Cumbria Mental Health & Learning Disabilities NHS Trust – Surrey Partners Related posts:No related photos.
View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the holiday weekend. Audra to Headline at DisneylandAudra McDonald has been tapped for this year’s Gay Days at Disneyland, which will run October 2 through October 4 in California. The six-time Tony winner and future Beauty and the Beast star’s An Evening With Audra McDonald will take place at the Disneyland Hotel on October 2. Other theater faves scheduled for the weekend include Ben Rimalower, who will perform his off-Broadway show Patti Issues at the Grand Californian Hotel on October 4. Note that the 18th annual event is not sponsored by Disney; it is a “mix-in” with the park’s other guests.SpongeBob Enlists Newsies Tony WinnerAnother renowned name is heading to Bikini Bottom! Christopher Gattelli, who won a Tony for his work on Newsies, has been tapped to choreograph the Broadway-bound The SpongeBob Musical. Co-conceived and directed by Tina Landau, with a book by Kyle Jarrow, music supervision by Tom Kitt and songs by stars including Aerosmith, John Legend and David Bowie, the musical event will begin performances on June 7, 2016. The limited engagement will run through July 3 at Broadway in Chicago’s Oriental Theatre.Original Carrie in Carousel Dead at 93 Stage and screen star Jean Darling died aged 93 on September 4 in Rödermark, Germany, The New York Times reports. After making her Broadway debut in 1942 in the tuner Count Me In, Darling originated the role of Carrie Pipperidge in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel on the Great White Way in 1945. Also known for starring in the Our Gang comedy films as a child, she later became an author. Darling is survived by her son with the late Reuben Bowen, Roy, and two grandsons.Casting Update for London’s Billy ElliotPut on your ballet shoes! Bradley Mayfield has become one of the boys taking on the role of Michael, while Beatrice Bartley and Hollie Creighton are now two of the rotating “Debbies,” in Billy Elliot the Musical. Ruthie Henshall and Deka Walmsley continue to lead the adult cast as Mrs. Wilkinson and Dad, respectively. The long-running show is playing at the West End’s Victoria Palace Theatre.Vanessa Williams Returns to Miss AmericaTony nominee Vanessa Williams (Into the Woods) is going back to where she got her big break—the Miss America pageant! The stage and screen star was the first African-American crowned Miss America back in 1983, but she had to resign 10 months later after nude photos of her surfaced. “That’s one of the problems I’ve had to deal with for my career,” she told GMA’s Robin Roberts. “Not only being a Miss America, but a scandalous Miss America.” Williams will be one of the judges of the 2016 pageant on September 13. And yes, because the only pageant we really knew about was the one recently off-Broadway, we had to check: Miss America is the event that doesn’t have anything to do with Donald Trump. The presidential candidate is behind Miss USA. You learn something every day!