7Geese selected as finalist in the Canadian HR Awards
The 7Geese announced it has been selected as a Finalist for The HRD Readers’ Choice Award For Best Service Provider (Fewer than 100 Staff) in the 5th annual Canadian HR Awards.
[VANCOUVER, BC] — [August 29, 2018] 7Geese announced it has been selected as a Finalist for The HRD Readers’ Choice Award For Best Service Provider (Fewer than 100 Staff) in the 5th annual Canadian HR Awards. The Canadian HR Awards strives to recognize leading people and organizations across the HR function in Canada in the areas of people-centric leadership, service, performance, innovation and principle in the business.
The winner will be announced on September 20, 2018 during the Canadian HR Awards hosted at The Liberty Grand Toronto, presented by Jessi Cruickshank.
“7Geese strives to improve performance management industry-wide and this nomination certainly validates the R&D our team has been working hard on to continue delivering valuable experiences to HR professionals,” said Amin Palizban, CEO of 7Geese.
“The finalists are the best of the best,” said Jessica Duce, Project Director of Canadian HR Awards. “They demonstrate the resilience, innovation and sheer management smarts it takes to build a thriving people-centred business today. Success stories like theirs are the lifeblood of HR in Canada.”
7Geese thrilled to be joining over 600 of Canada’s top HR professionals at the Canadian HR Awards. For more information on attending the event, please visit Canadian HR Awards.
7Geese is a performance management platform that delivers real-time data to HR, managers and execs to help them make everyday decisions on employee performance and growth. Companies using 7Geese are able to customize the way they deliver and facilitate performance reviews using the technological convenience 7Geese provides with features including: Objectives and Key Results (OKR), 360 Feedback, 1-on-1s, Employee Recognitions, and Performance Reviews.
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