Congratulations to HMRC for being shortlisted for two awards at the 2015 Opportunity Now Excellence in Practice Awards:
- for advancing women, and
- for directing diverse talent
The Advancing Women Award
This award is for a particular initiative/intervention which aids the recruitment, retention, development and/or progression of women and can encompass women at all levels – from non-managerial to the board room. For example: a training initiative or career development/leadership programme or a recruitment/progression strategy or initiative.
The Directing Diverse Talent Award
This award is a collaboration between Opportunity Now and the CIPD to acknowledge the significant role that HR has to play in progressing the gender/diversity agenda. It recognises an exceptional HR director, manager or practitioner who has demonstrated a real commitment to inclusive management of talent. It acknowledges a game-changer who has shown a passion and dedication to developing women/diverse talent.
The ceremony will be held at the Park Lane Hilton on the evening of 21 April.
Tables for ten people are a mere £3K plus VAT.
By happenstance two other organisations that HMRC will be rubbing shoulders with on that evening are:
-HSBC (in the news recently)
-PwC (advisors on tax avoidance schemes and donors to the Labour party)
Plenty to talk about there then!
Tax does have to be taxing.
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