October 31st, 2016
The One Million Donors Workplace Giving Excellence Awards recognise the most outstanding Workplace Giving programs and performers in Australia. Awards not only motivate and instil pride in your employees, they inspire stakeholders and create an overall sense of achievement across your organisation.
Best Overall Program
Judges selected the program they feel has add the most value to Workplace Giving. Applicants will be judged on the strength of the program, its ability to inspire employees and its success in growing staff participation and donations.
Best Launch or Refresh (Large Employer)
For organisations (<500 employees) that have introduced a new Workplace Giving program or revitalised an existing one with a creative campaign. Applicants should demonstrate how their campaign has communicated key messages to staff and increased employee engagement.
Best Launch or Refresh (Small Employer)
For organisations (>500 employees) that have introduced a new Workplace Giving program or revitalised an existing one with a creative campaign. Applicants should demonstrate how their campaign has communicated key messages to staff and increased employee engagement.
Best Public Sector Program
Awarded to a government or public sector employer that has carried out a well-constructed and imaginative campaign. Applicants should demonstrate how company resources have been used to deliver the maximum impact and drive employee engagement.
Most Innovative Charity / Employer Partnership
Awarded to an organisation that has run a successful and creative campaign in partnership with a charity organisation, as part of its Workplace Giving program. Judges are interested in learning how the partnership added value to the campaign, how expectations were managed and how the joint effort impacted the overall campaign outcome.
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