Financial Times, HP Inc., Critical Mass and more are nominees for the 2019 Digiday Worklife Awards, which recognize media and marketing’s top employers and the values that make them unique.
In years past, theSkimm, Bloomberg, HubSpot, RPA and New York Media were honored for their efforts to foster a collaborative culture and work-life balance among other accomplishments.
Digital experience design agency Critical Mass, whose clients include Nissan, Sunglass Hut and Marriott, is at the front of the pack with six nominations in categories including Most Passionate Employees, Most Committed to Work-Life Balance and Employer of the Year. California based HP Inc., which aims to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere, is up for Most Committed to Diversity and Inclusion and Chief HR Officer, Tracy Keogh, is up for HR Leader of the Year. Also nominated for HR Leader of the Year are Work & Co’s Caitlin Lillie and Kristen Metzger of Wavemaker.
On Oct. 1 at 2:30 p.m., winners in the following categories will be announced: Most Collaborative Culture, Most Engaged Employees, Most Committed to Work-Life Balance, Best Employer for Parents, Best On-Boarding Process, HR Leader of the Year and Top Boss.
All other category winners will be announced at the Digiday Fall Awards Gala, which will take place at The Lighthouse in New York City on Nov. 14.
See the full list of finalists below.
HR Leader of the Year
Tracy Keogh, Chief Human Resources Officer, HP Inc.
Caitlin Lillie, director, talent, Work & Co
Margie Mader-Clark, head of people, Gladly
Kristen Metzger, Chief Talent Officer, Wavemaker US
Michele Prota, Chief Talent Officer, Forsman & Bodenfors
Sara Anhorn, evp, talent, Critical Mass
Howie Kleinberg, president, GLOW
Michael Barrett, President/CEO, Rubicon Project
Mia von Sadovszky, svp, group strategic planning director, RPA
Olga Fleming, CEO, Y&R PR
Scott Allison, Global Chairman/CEO, Allison+Partners
Dianne Wilkins, CEO, Critical Mass