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2014 CIPD RM Awards

How to Enter

We want to make it as simple as possible for you to enter whilst also maintaining the integrity of the awards through our rigorous and methodical assessment processes. Please read on for full details of how to enter online. 

ENTRY COST:£135+VAT

DEADLINE extended:FRIDAY 11 arpil


Entry


Entry tips

1.     Choose the categories you would like to enter

2.     Read the category description carefully

3.     Read the Rules of Entry thoroughly

4.     Write your submission following the category guidelines

5.     Collate supporting material for your entry (if required)

6.     Prepare a high-resolution version of your company logo

7.     Register and upload your submission using the 'Enter Now' button on the right hand side of the website

8.     Make a £135+VAT payment for each entry using a credit card

9.     Ensure you leave enough time to complete the process by the deadline of Friday 28 March 2014

10.  Once you’ve entered book your tickets for the dinner!


Categories 1-13

Please submit one pdf file containing a copy of your work (with maximum file size of 6MB) and a 350-500 word overview of the results it achieved.

You will be marked on your entry's concept, execution and its effectiveness. Please provide adequate information on each of these areas for the judges to mark.


Marking
Categories 1 & 2 will be marked 100% on creativity
Categories 3-13 will be marked 40% on creativity and 60% on effectiveness


14. Best Employer Brand Initiative

Please provide relevant artwork and a written submission covering the following:

1. The background (300 words)

How have you worked to ensure you have the right tone of voice and are true to the overall brand?

2. The brand (300 words)

Does the employer brand resonate throughout the organisation and its employees? Can you demonstrate the brand has internal validity beyond the creative output?

3. The work (300 words)

How has the thinking manifested itself as a set of materials? Do they fit in with the organisation and would they change or enhance perceptions? Are they original and do they show real flair and creative thinking?

4. The results (300 words)

Was the brand successful and did it meet expectations? Please present demonstrable results.

Please upload your written submission with supporting material, e.g. promotional work, research extracts as a PDF file (maximum of ten pages and 6 MB file size).


15. Recruitment effectiveness 

Please provide relevant artwork and a written submission covering the following:

1. The strategy (300 words)

How was the strategy aligned with the objectives of the business so that a successful outcome was reached? Outline any specific challenges that were faced along the way.

2. The delivery (300 words)

How did you ensure the process delivered efficiently whilst maintaining quality?

3. Measurement (300 words)

How was the candidate experience and response measured and did it have any impact on the work throughout the course of the project?

4. The results (300 words)

Was the project successful and did it meet expectation? Clear results outlining the cost and hires are essential.

Please upload your written submission with supporting material, e.g. promotional work, research extracts as a PDF file (maximum of ten pages and 6 MB file size).


16.  Best diversity initiative

Please provide relevant artwork and a written submission covering the following:

1. The background (300 words)

What does Diversity mean to you in the context of this work and how is that demonstrated?

2. The objectives (300 words)

What did you seek to achieve and why?

3. The results (300 words)

How have you made a difference? What evidence can you produce to support your claims, in either short or long-term results?

4. The future (300 words)

In an ever changing and ongoing process, how do you intend to continue your initiatives going forward?

Please upload your written submission with supporting material, e.g. promotional work, research extracts as a PDF file (maximum of ten pages and 6 MB file size).


17.  Best in-house recruitment team 

Please provide relevant artwork and a written submission covering the following:

1. Examples of creative 

2. Objectives of the initiative / company (300 words)

3. Evidence of the effectiveness of the above initiatives/campaigns. How did you achieve your objectives? (300 words)

4. What makes you different? Why do you deserve to win the best in-house recruitment marketing team award? (300 words)

5. Please include a brief overview of the team (key players)

Please upload your written submission with supporting material, e.g. promotional work, research extracts as a PDF file (maximum of ten pages and 6MB file size).


18. Agency of the Year

Please provide relevant artwork and a written submission covering the following:  

1. Examples of creative work conducted for three different clients 

2. Evidence effectiveness of the above initiatives/campaigns. How did it achieve the clients’ objectives? (1,000 words) 

3. Client list (including length of relationships and extent of work carried out), highlighting any accounts retained or won since April 2013 

4. Please provide client testimonials and the contact details of two clients/referees who we could contact 

5. What makes you different? Why do you deserve to be crowned Recruitment Agency of the Year 2014? (500 words) 

6. Agency turnover comparison for financial year 2011-12 versus 2012-13 

7. Please include evidence of how you operate in line with best practice 

Please upload your written submission with supporting material, e.g. promotional work,research extracts as a PDF file (maximum of ten pages and 6 MB file size). 

Redactive Events Ltd and the CIPD reserves the right to review the financial status of entrants and request additional supporting materials if required


Rules of Entry (please read carefully)

1. Entries are accepted from employers and recruitment marketing agencies.

2. Service providers – consultants, public relations agencies, etc – may assist in compiling entries, but they CANNOT submit these on behalf of clients.

3. Entries will be accepted from employers and agencies and work carried out since April 2013 is eligible with the exception of the Best Diversity Initiative and Recruitment Effectiveness.

4. Each unique entry can only be considered in one category. The same project may be entered in multiple categories but a bespoke entry must be written to meet the individual criteria of each category.

Entries must be submitted by Friday 28 March 2014. The judge’s decision is final and entrants may be asked to supply additional information if required. Any entries that have previously been submitted will be automatically disqualified. The CIPD or Redactive Events Ltd are not responsible for any costs incurred to enter the Awards and prices are non-transferable. We reserve the right to use any entrants artwork for promotional purposes and for inclusion in the winners brochure. 


Please note that whilst our system will allow you to submit entries in a number of different categories, we will need to assist you on entering more than one entry into the same category. Please contact a member of the Redactive Events team so we can help you on: 020 7880 6225.

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