The Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards are open for entries.
Find out more about our inspiring categories and see which is right for your business.
The world is changing. Challenging economic times, volatile world events and fast-changing technology can leave organisations vulnerable. Tell us how you’ve future-proofed your business.APPLY
Have you a genuine commitment to environmental issues, are socially responsible and can demonstrate close links to community or charitable initiatives? We want to hear your story.APPLY
What really excites your talented people and makes them proud to work for you? If you have a uniquely innovative and effective approach to managing talent from apprentice to boardroom level, then we want to know.APPLY
Businesses with a healthy and happy staff enjoy higher levels of staff morale, productivity and ultimately profitability. How do you approach your work-life balance, health and wellbeing practices to get results?APPLY
What sets your workplace practices apart? Problem-solving, teamwork and leadership are the bedrocks of any excellent organisation or business. We want to know how you keep your people positive and empowered.APPLY
Does your company stand tallest for providing an outstanding working environment? Let us into the secrets of how your values have led to a committed, effective and motivated workforce.APPLY
Entrepreneurial spirit is a gift that inspires others to become the best they can. Is there passion, positivity and ambition running through every aspect of your organisation or business? Then share that excitement with us.APPLY
Teamwork is fundamental for businesses/organisations to succeed and thrive, and we want to know how you’ve built an integrated, cross-company team with a defined purpose. Why is your team an exemplar?APPLY
This award is open to businesses in all sectors, schools/colleges or a partnership of both.
The award will focus on strong initiatives between business and educational organisations and look at what steps they are taking (individually or jointly) to enable young people to achieve the critical initial steps towards their career ambitions.