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Deadline extended for the CIPD Awards in Northern Ireland 

28th June 2023

THE Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD) has announced an extension to the entry deadline for the CIPD Awards in Northern Ireland to Friday June 30.  

This gives outstanding HR professionals and organisations two additional weeks to showcase their accomplishments for these highly acclaimed awards, which celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams working in HR and people development in Northern Ireland.  

The 2023 awards comprise of 11 categories, celebrating innovative initiatives and impactful strategies including awards for flexible working, inclusion and diversity, resourcing and talent, learning and development, employee voice, health and wellbeing, and apprenticeships.  

There are also individual and team awards including best people team, rising star, best HR student, and an outstanding contribution award which is open for nominations for the first time. 

Lee Ann Panglea, Head of the CIPD in Northern Ireland said: “We really want to make this year’s awards the biggest and best to date.  

“We have already received some outstanding entries, and extending the closing date will allow more individuals and organisations to showcase their best work and their commitment to excellence, innovation, and best practices in HR and people development. 

“I really encourage everyone to consider entering this year so they can raise their professional profile and inspire others with their stories.” 

The CIPD Awards in Northern Ireland are the leading awards for people professionals in Northern Ireland, attracting entries from a wide range of industries and sectors, and from organisations of all sizes. 

Ryan Calvert, Head of HR, Sales and Marketing recruitment at headline sponsors MCS Group said: “MCS Group is so excited to be sponsoring the CIPD Awards in Northern Ireland again this year. 

“Winning an award is a really good way to supplement your employer value proposition. So many employers are struggling to attract and retain the best talent, and they have to look at ways to make themselves stand out and ultimately create a unique selling point. Winning one of the CIPD Awards in Northern Ireland Achieving is one of those things.” 

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