The 25th anniversary of award program receives record-breaking number of nominations.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Chicago, Dec. 2, 2015 — Workforce magazine, a publication of Human Capital Media (HCM), the largest media company serving the human capital industry, announced the winners of its acclaimed Optimas Awards on Nov. 22. Below is a full list of the winners and their ranking within each category.
This year marked the 25th anniversary of the awards, which recognizes HR and workforce management initiatives that achieve business results for the organization. Each winner produced measureable business results and pushed their organizations to record profits, greater market share, higher stock value and better corporate reputations.
WVU Medicine’s Special Event Readiness Program was awarded the coveted General Excellence Award, in recognition of the company excelling in at least six of the nine categories and making human resources a function that drives performance.
“Companies are not just realizing their people are their strongest asset, they are acting on it and setting in motion HR initiatives and solutions that develop and empower their workforce,” said Rick Bell, managing editor of Workforce. “The groups named Optimas Award winners are some of the top performing organizations producing fruitful and lasting change where it was needed.”
WVU Medicine — Special Event Readiness Program
Gold: Tallahassee (Florida) Memorial Healthcare
Silver: Kronos Inc.
Gold: LaSalle Network
Silver: LyondellBasell Industries
Gold: Hnedak Bobo Group
Silver: Hydro Ottawa
Gold: Level 3 Communications
Silver: MOL Group
Gold: Oakland County, Michigan
Silver: Global iLabs
Gold: Cyberjaya University College
Silver: Washoe County (Nevada) School District
Gold: Imajine That
Silver: County of San Mateo (California)
Gold: Zoombezi Bay
Silver: Red Robin International Inc.
Gold: NCR Corp.
Silver: Peterbilt Motors Co.
For more information about the Optimas Awards, please visit workforce.com/optimas.