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the Human Resource Profession in Arkansas

SHRM -  Society for Human Resources Professionals

Nomination Deadline Extended

Categories: Awards

HURRY NOW to help us identify those top notch HR folks and companies who have proven superior in innovative HR ideas!

  • Information about ARSHRM awards and related applications can be found HERE. 
  • Information about the J. C. Cote Scholarship and its application can be found HERE.

“Outstanding HR Professional of the Year” - displayed in the areas of

  • Achievement and service that promotes the profession of HRM
  • Service to an ARSRHM and/or an AR Local Chapter
  • Innovative solutions to HRM problems or issues
  • Active Member of SHRM

“Jim Wilkins Lifetime Achievement” – having shown and promoted

  • Honesty, leadership, commitment, competence, integrity and moral strength
  • Vision for upward HR
  • Successful project and outstanding contributions that have benefitted the HR profession

“Best Practices” – awarded to a company based on

  • the creativity in the development and design of the Best Practice.
  • how well the Best Practice aligns with the Company’s overall mission.
  • recognizable and measurable positive outcomes (increased level of customer satisfaction, reduced turnover, etc.)
  • the amount of value added through process improvements.

“J.C. Cote Scholarship” – awarded to a student who

  • demonstrated successful scholarly achievement
  • is committed to a career in HR

Russell Gunter Legislative Advocacy award to be announced at ELLA – Deadline to submit nominees: July 31, 2020
“Russell Gunter Legislative Advocacy” – recognized for

  • contributions of time and effort in local, state or fed legislative advocacy on behalf of the HR profession
  • demonstrating aggressive leadership in building relationship with legislators
  • taking action affecting law/policy
  • presenting SHRM and our mission to key media outlets and legislators
  • developing strong grassroots initiatives within SHRM.

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