Employer of the Year
This award recognises a business that demonstrates how its people practices and culture have contributed to the business’ outstanding success.
Here are some basic examples of what it means to be an excellent employer:
- Clear communication: Providing clear and frequent communication with employees about company goals, expectations, and feedback can help create a positive and productive work environment.
- Fair compensation and benefits: Offering competitive and fair compensation packages, along with benefits such as health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off can help attract and retain top talent. Additionally, offering employee recognition programs and bonuses can show appreciation for hard work and dedication.
- Opportunities for growth and development: Offering opportunities for professional development and career advancement can demonstrate a commitment to employee growth and development, and can help retain and motivate top talent.
- Work-life balance: Encouraging a healthy work-life balance by offering flexible work arrangements, such as telecommuting or flexible hours, can demonstrate a commitment to employee well-being and can help improve work satisfaction and retention.
By prioritising employee satisfaction and well-being, businesses can attract and retain top talent, build a positive company culture, and ultimately achieve long-term success.
All submissions are completed online and comprise of a set of 4 -5 questions relating to the specific category. Submissions open on 6 April and close on 1 June.
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If you're nodding your head or thinking "Yeah, we do that", then you should enter into the 2023 Pukekohe Business Excellence Awards!