Workforce Announces 2012 Optimas Award Winners - Highest Honors for General Excellence Awarded to ChildNET - PR Newswire CHICAGO, Nov. 7, 2012 CHICAGO, Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Workforce, the leadingbusiness publication for workforce management and human resources professionals, today announced its 2012 Optimas Award winners. Now in its 22^nd year, the Optimas Awards are presented to companies across the globe in recognition of workforce management initiatives that directly improve business results. Awards are presented in the categories of General Excellence, Competitive Advantage, Ethical Practices, Financial Impact, Global Outlook, Innovation, Managing Change, Partnership, Service and Vision. The word Optimas comes from Latin, meaning 'Among the Best' and it is extremely fitting of each of this year's winners. These organizations exemplify the leadership, vision and innovation that define workforce management. ChildNET earned the General Excellence Award this year, which is given to the organization whose workforce management initiatives have met the standards established for at least six of the 10 Optimas categories. From Fortune 1,000 organizations to fast-growing small businesses around the world, Optimas Awards winners have been constantly challenged to adapt and change their workforce management strategies to deliver an augmented, definable result. The full list of Optimas Award Honorees is as follows: oGeneral Excellence: ChildNET of Plantation, FL oCorporate Citizenship: Memorial Hospital of Union County in Marysville, OH oCompetitive Advantage: Safelite Autoglass of Columbus, OH oFinancial Impact: Etisalat Misr of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates oGlobal Outlook: HCL Technologies of Noida, India oInnovation: Alliant Techsystems (ATK) of Anoka, MN oManaging Change: Infosys BPO of Bangalore, India oPartnership: A to Z Machine Co. of Appleton, WI oService: Veterans Affairs Learning University of Washington, DC oVision: Sodexo of Gaithersburg, MD The 2012 Optimas Awards winners will be featured in the December issue of Workforce Management magazine and online at www.workforce.com. About Workforce: Published by Crain Communications Inc., Workforce (Workforce Management magazine and workforce.com) is the leading business publication for workforce management and human resources professionalsproviding news, trends and analysis to over 5,000 print and 400,000 registered online subscribers. Other products include multiple a weekly e-mail newsletters, four annual online conferences, regular webcasts, and the industry respected Optimas Awards and Game Changer Awards. Now in its 90th year, Workforce Management magazine is one of the oldest and one of the largest continuously published business magazines in the United States. About Crain Communications: Crain Communications Inc. is one of the largest privately-owned business publishers in the U.S. with nearly 30 business, trade and consumer publications and related Web sites in North America and Europe. As an authoritative source of vital news and information to industry leaders and consumers worldwide, each of the company's newspapers, magazines and Web sites have become required reading including Pensions & Investments, Advertising Age, Automotive News, AutoWeek, Business Insurance, Modern Healthcare, InvestmentNews and business weeklies in Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland and New York. The company's Web site is www.crain.com. SOURCE Workforce Website: http://www.workforce.com Contact: Sara Weber, Marketing Associate, +1-312-649-7943
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Workforce Announces 2012 Optimas Award Winners
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