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Below are the winners of the 2019 Workforce Experience Awards. Congratulations to all of our winners!

Excellence in Using Psychology for Social Impact

Emma Morley, Work Psychology Group:

Helping doctors make informed career decisions based on their personal preferences: The design and validation of a specialty-choice assessment

Excellence in Assessment

Kate Bradley & Dean Kempton, TMP Worldwide (A PeopleScout Company):

The impact of Video Interviews on Candidate Experience of a Graduate Recruitment Process

Excellence in Change Management

Dr Antonio Zarola, Zeal Solutions Ltd:

Health, Wellbeing & Culture Assessment and Change – How Zeal Solutions Improved Working Lives in the NHS

Excellence in Learning and Development

Rachael Lewis, Envision:

Using Experiential Learning and a Strengths Based Approach to create Hospice Leaders for the Future

Excellence in Engagement and Employee Experience

Sarah Clarke, the Occupational Mind Group:

Cultural Shift: a proven employee-led initiative to deliver measurable benefits and company turn-around

Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion

Alexia Delfino, London School of Economics and Political Science:

Social identity and selection in frontline jobs: two recruitment field experiments

Excellence in Health and Wellbeing

James Pollard, Nudge Global:

Nudging Employees to Better Financial Futures

Excellence in Using Innovative Technology

Sara Azimzadeh, Amberjack:

Student Recruitment Reimagined – PwC supported by Amberjack

Chair’s Choice Award for Excellence in Business Psychology

Sarah Clarke, the Occupational Mind Group

Judges’ Award for Innovation

Sara Azimzadeh, Amberjack

Board Member of the Year

Nicky Thompson

Volunteer of the Year

Gonzalo Lopez

Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Association for Business Psychology

Helen Judson

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