HR Tech Writers’ Awards 2015: Nominations are now open
Nominations are now open for the 2015 HR Tech Writers' Awards. The awards recognize the writers who are contributing the best content to the HR Technology market. From authors of small blogs to industry analysts, the awards will highlight the most notable written contributions to the world of HR Technology in 2015.
Hosted by HRMS World, the HR Tech Writers’ Awards are open to anyone who has written on the topic of HR technology in 2015. You can nominate yourself or others and we welcome all forms of written content including articles, blog posts and reviews.
In its maiden year the HR Tech Writers’ Awards will focus on four categories - Best Writer, Best Article, Best Independent Blog and Best Vendor Blog.
How to enter the HR Tech Writers' Awards
To nominate a piece of content it should be published online and be in the public domain. If you have an unpublished article you wish to nominate, please submit your work to HRMS World and we will happily consider it for publication on our website.
You can submit your nominations by emailing a link of the content or a copy of the content itself to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us your entry @HRMSworld using #HRTechWriters15
Nominations close on the 27th of November with the winners being announced on 7th of December.
The judges looking for insight, originality and accuracy in the 2015 HR Tech Writers’ Awards are:
Judge 1 - Tom Feltham
Tom Feltham is the Editor of HRMS World. In between managing editorial strategy and managing our expert contributors, Tom keeps tabs on the HR technology market and occasionally puts his thoughts on paper.
Judge 2 - Heather Batyski
Heather is an experienced HRMS analyst, consultant and manager. Having worked for companies such as Deloitte, Franklin Templeton and Oracle, Heather has first-hand experience of many HRMS solutions including Peoplesoft and Workday.
Judge 3 - Dave Foxall
Dave has worked as HR Manager for the Ministry of Justice for a number of years, he now writes on a broad range of topics including jazz music, and, of course, the HRMS software market.
For updates on the awards and the latest nominations, search #HRTechWriters15 on Twitter.
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