• Shortlisted in the Project of the Year – Private 250+ employees category
• Winners announced at the award ceremony on January 28, 2015
FINEOS Corporation, a market leading provider of core software solutions for the global Life, Accident and Health industry today announces that it has been shortlisted in the private project of the year category (250+ employees) for The Employee Engagement Awards (EE Awards) (www.eeawards.co.uk). The awards, in their first year, officially recognize businesses that strive to do things differently and put their workforce at the heart of its operation.
The Employee Engagement Project of the Year Award (Private 250+ employees)
This award will be awarded to the organisation that provides the most compelling evidence that their strategy for Employee Engagement not only works but has also created a clear and measurable return on investment made in this area. Judges will be looking for clear measurable outcomes but also an innovative strategy and execution that may include uses of social media, reward & recognition, internal communications, gamification, wellness, flexible working etc.
Michael Kelly, CEO, FINEOS commented: “We are delighted to have been nominated for this prestigious award. FINEOS is committed to very high standards of Organisational Health and all our employees are engaged in our vision, which is ‘a world where protection from illness, injury and loss is accessible to everyone’. FINEOS employees live and promote our core values as a company of high achieving, customer-centric, team players. We foster an approach that promotes high levels of collaboration and a shared goal of success between our employees and customers. The people principal objective is to drive organisational health to gain competitive advantage and create a great place to work. This has paid dividends in excellent levels of customer satisfaction and steady, profitable growth which has taken us to global market leader in our sector.”
Matt Manners, managing director, The Employee Engagement Awards commented, “We are excited by the calibre of finalists we have in our first year. Each (in their own way,) is an example to all employers out there that aspire to better engagement with their employees and realising the extensive benefits such as happier employees, deeper bonds of loyalty, greater efficiency, better wellbeing and an enhanced customer experience. To say I am excited to see who wins each category come January is an understatement.”
Furthermore, with expectation busting entries in its first year, The Employee Engagement Awards will be donating a lot of money to the chosen charities.
5% of all its proceeds are going to different charities. Entrants have had a direct a say on where it will go. The charities to choose from are:
• Action for Children
• Help for Heroes
• Orphans for Orphans
• MacMillan Cancer Nurses
• The Alzheimer’s Society