Celebrating the best in HR and people management in Northern Ireland

The CIPD NI HR Awards are the most prestigious and highly regarded awards for the HR profession in Northern Ireland, with more than 370 HR professionals in attendance last year, at the sold-out gala event and a 41% increase in entries received.

Returning in 2019 for their seventh year the Awards are celebrating the contribution of HR and People Management in business. From Employee Engagement to Organisational Learning and Development the awards celebrate not only innovation and success, but the impact this has on the bottom line too!

The judging panel consists of top HR and Business professionals from a range of organisations across the UK and the judging criteria ensure only the best entries make the shortlist for 2019.

Ensure you are part of the seventh annual CIPD NI Awards and are a part of raising the profile of the HR profession. Explore the categories and download your entry pack.

Awards timeline 2019

Open date for entries: Week commencing 12 November 2018
Closing date for entries: Extended to Sunday 17 February 2019
Shortlist Announced: Week commencing 18 March 2019
Category Interviews: Week commencing 1 April 2019
Awards Gala: Thursday 16 May 2019

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It's just four weeks today until the CIPD NI Awards! Join us at Titanic Belfast on 16 May to celebrate the success and achievements of the HR and L&D profession in Northern Ireland.

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