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Best companies for employee engagement named by Reward Gateway in 9th annual Engagement Excellence Awards

Reward Gateway proudly recognises 13 companies for their outstanding achievements in leading the way in employee engagement during its 9th annual Engagement Excellence Awards. These awards celebrate and acknowledge innovative companies striving to make the world a better place to work and inspiring positive momentum and new ideas for the HR industry.

From over 200 submissions received, the 2021 Engagement Excellence Award winners were selected in 15 categories by a fully independent judging panel made up of the most experienced HR, benefits and reward experts across a broad range of sectors. 

“Coming out of such a challenging year for HR professionals, we were delighted with the quality and competitiveness of this year’s applicants,” said Doug Butler, CEO at Reward Gateway. “It’s clear that the nominees and winners of the 9th annual Engagement Excellence Awards are committed to increasing employee engagement, while improving culture and the overall employee experience with creative and impactful people initiatives within their companies. We want to thank and congratulate all of the winners and nominees for doing their part in making the world a better place to work."

The winners of the 2021 Engagement Excellence Awards and their associated award categories include:

  • Most effective employee engagement communications strategy – Checkatrade
  • Best use of employee engagement platform to drive business strategy – itsu
  • Most creative employee engagement platform branding – Plymouth Community Homes
  • Best approach to engagement surveys – Flagship Housing Group
  • Best benefits strategy – Royal Mail
  • Best benefits launch / relaunch – Babcock International Group
  • Best strategy for supporting employee wellbeing – Elysium Healthcare
  • Best reward and recognition strategy – Missguided
  • Best reward and recognition launch / relaunch – Nationwide Building Society 
  • Engagement leader of the year – Harry Housen, itsu
  • Engagement team of the year – Watford Community Housing
  • Rising star of the year – James Kilby, Invosys
  • Best Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy – Global Processing Services
  • Most innovative response to COVID-19 – The Gym Group
  • Most impactful business transformation to support their workforce – Plymouth Community Homes 

More information on each winner and their commendable efforts can be found here

About Reward Gateway: 

Reward Gateway helps more than 2,000 of the world’s leading companies, in 23 countries, to connect, recognise and support their best people with an employee engagement platform that brings employee benefits, discounts, recognition and reward, employee wellbeing, employee communications, and employee surveys into one unified hub. Clients include American Express, Unilever, Samsung, IBM, and McDonald’s. For more information, please visit www.rewardgateway.com