The Wood Manufacturing Council has announced nominations area now open for its 2021 Human Resources Awards - honouring companies and individuals who develop and implement creative solutions and contribute to best practices in the wood manufacturing industry.
“We invite people to nominate their company, customers or employees who lead the way in HR practices.”
The awards program was established to promote the importance of HR in our sector and to give outstanding individual(s)/firms an opportunity to share their innovative ideas with other stakeholders.
Recognize and celebrate
For companies, this is a great way to celebrate their achievements or to recognize the efforts of an individual employee. For suppliers, this is a unique way to acknowledge the good work of their clients. Self-nominations are encouraged! It only takes a few minutes to pay tribute, plus recognize and share good work and recipients gain national exposure.
Please visit their website for nomination information, criteria and forms: www.wmc-cfb.ca/awards
Award nominations close on April 16.
The WMC Award of Distinction
This trailblazer has made a significant contribution over time to address the human resource needs of the wood manufacturing industry as a whole. Their efforts help to promote HR solutions within the industry and/or to raise awareness of careers in the industry.
The Innovation in Human Resources Award (Individual)
To discover, celebrate and inspire innovation in the human resources field. For an organization that makes a difference to people or business management, through an innovative HR program or practice
The Innovation in Human Resources Award (Company)
To discover, celebrate and inspire innovation in the Human Resources field. For an individual that makes a difference to people or business management, through an innovative HR program or practice.
The Equity Award
The Equity Award is presented to an individual or company who provides opportunities for members of equity groups (including indigenous peoples, visible minorities, people with disabilities, women and new immigrants) to begin or further their careers in the advanced wood processing industry.
The Post-Secondary Educator Award
This nominee from a post-secondary woodworking program/institution demonstrates dedication and leadership with students and supports and/or promotes education and academic learning in the woodworking industry.
The Employee Recognition Award
Your nominee is an outstanding individual who excels in their role. This person is someone who has either overcome challenges, proposed creative solutions to a problem, or exemplifies a great work ethic and an enthusiasm that motivates others around them.
The WOODLINKS Success Award
WMC’s WOODLINKS program is a high school curriculum that provides students with entry-level skills necessary for the workplace. This award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding success in delivering the program.