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Jersey's HR stars revealed

Jersey's HR stars revealed

Thursday 07 November 2019

Jersey's HR stars revealed

Stars of the island's HR community have been recognised for their "outstanding achievements" in people management and development.

The accolades came during the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's (CIPD) annual awards ceremony, which took place at the Royal Yacht on 2 November.

“We were thrilled with the entries for this year’s awards, the calibre of which gave the judges a very difficult job to do," said Kerry Osmand, CIPD Jersey Chair.


Pictured: Katie Grant took home the award for 'Outstanding Student'. (Paul Wright)

"It also gave us a real indication of the high quality of HR Professionals we have in Jersey. The HR community makes a difference within their own organisations but also helps enhance the reputation of the profession itself. This is now seen as a key business function with credibility and in many cases, board presence."

Six awards were presented to individuals and businesses on the night.

In addition, a Commendation Award was presented to HSBC Channel Islands and Isle of Man for their entries for the Most Successful Diversity and Inclusion Programme and Best Health and Wellbeing Initiative.

The full list of winners...

  • Outstanding HR Professional (Rossborough Financial Services)
    Lisa Higgins of LGL Group 
  • Outstanding Student (Highlands)
    Katie Grant - Intertrust Group 
  • Best Learning and Development Strategy (CIPD Jersey Branch)
  • Best Health and Wellbeing Initiative (Rossborough Health)
    Fairway Group 
  • Most Successful Diversity and Inclusion Programme (Mourant)
    Longueville Manor 
  • Outstanding Employee Engagement Initiative (Utmost Corporate Solutions)
    Ports of Jersey

Pictured top: The CIPD award-winners and their prizes. (Paul Wright)

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