Fujitsu Services wins two HR Excellence Awards
Fujitsu Services, one of Europe’s leading IT services companies, has won the top accolade of Overall HR Excellence at the HR Excellence Awards 2007. The title was awarded after judges decided Fujitsu was the overall winner from all entries to each of the twelve categories – of which Fujitsu was also the winner of the ‘Most effective use of internal communications’ award. Human Resources magazine runs the award ceremony on an annual basis for the HR industry.
Fujitsu’s entry was centred on its Reputation Programme, championed by CEO David Courtley, based on Fujitsu Services’ Reputation Model. This model encompasses the essence, attributes and values that create the company’s distinctive personality and culture of realism.
The judges were unanimous in their praise for Fujitsu Services’ Reputation Programme, which formed the basis of its entry into the ‘Most effective use of internal communications’ category. The programme has not only been embedded into the company’s recruitment and selection process, but continues to guide the way its people interact with customers two years after the project began rolling out. They commented: “Fujitsu was an excellent piece of work. Classy in concept and delivery with some clear and tangible benefits realised. It is a piece of work in which any employer would be proud, given its originality, effect and outcome.”
Roger Leek, group HR director at Fujitsu Services said: “We are delighted to have won two awards at such a prestigious ceremony as the HR Excellence Awards 2007. It demonstrates the emphasis we place on our people here at Fujitsu and the investment we make to create a winning team. Obviously our work is ongoing and we’ll continue to improve our HR and engagement programmes for the benefit of our people and the company.”
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