HR Tech Writers' Awards 2016 winners announced
The judges' opinions are in, and we've finished verifying the results of the public vote. This means only one thing - that we can finally reveal this year's HR Tech Writers' Awards winners. We're very excited about this here at HRMS World HQ, and hope you are as well.
So, without further ado, the winners and runners-up in each category are as follows:
- 1st: Marcus Mossberger, Infor
- 2nd: Tim Sackett, The Tim Sackett Project
- 3rd: Steve Boese, Steve Boese's HR Technology
- 1st: 'Rethinking and reinventing employee engagement', Cecile Alper-Leroux, HR Tech Blog
- 2nd: ‘Artificial intelligence in HR: the basics you need to know’, Neelie Verlinden, Harver
- 3rd: ‘Too many recruiting tools are killing your recruiting efforts’, Tim Sackett, The Tim Sackett Project
Best independent blog
Best vendor blog
The standard of entries was very high this year, so all our winners, runners-up and shortlistees deserve particular congratulations. Here's to more great HR tech content from all our nominees in 2017!
About the awards
The awards are run by HRMS World each year, and aim to recognize the HR tech blogosphere’s brightest stars. Awards are available for blogs, independent writers and individual articles.
To win, nominees must demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the role HR technology plays in the modern workplace and a commitment to furthering readers' understanding of a rapidly-evolving area of enterprise software.
Prizes are available across the following four categories:
- Best vendor blog
- Best independent blog
- Best writer
- Best individual article
This year, a popular vote counted for a a third of the final decision, with the two judges' picks making up the remainder.
About the judges
This year, the awards will be judged by HRMS World editor Kathryn Beeson and guest judge David Green.
Mr Green, winners of last year’s HR Tech Writers Awards for Best Writer, has extensive knowledge of the industry is a well-established names in the world of HR technology writing.
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