This award goes to the company that goes above and beyond to keep its candidates happy.
Their candidates, even the ones that get rejected, only have good things to say about their experience.
This award goes to the company with the most creative and inspired use of recruitment marketing.
They can raise brand awareness among their target demographic, and effectively convert those into leads later.
This award goes to the organization that creates a very welcoming and attractive environment for some of the under-represented segments of the workforce.
They have succeeded in building a workforce with diversity in perspectives and cultures.
This award goes to the talent acquisition leader who is voted by the people based on their ability to lead by example, and inspire others to follow in their footsteps to make recruitment better.
This award goes to the employer with the fastest recruitment process.
They are able to tell candidates if they are in or not, within the least amount of time, thanks to automation and a tight collaboration between Talent acquisitions and operations.
DEI Expert and Change Leader
For the past 15 years, Bianca has been responsible for creating and implementing Inclusion, Diversity (I&D), Wellbeing, Engagement and Change Management strategies for Fortune 500 companies across multiple markets. Most recently she led the People Experience and Culture team at KPMG in Singapore, with the aim to create the best employee value proposition and experience to everyone in an inclusive and human centric manner.
Previously she led I&D and Wellbeing for Visa Asia Pacific, and prior to that, led I&D at JP Morgan Chase, AIG and American Express across Asia.
She headed the I&D practice for Mercer in Asia and has spearheaded strategy, business development and branding, as well as change, talent and performance management projects throughout her career.
She is a certified facilitator in cultural awareness, change management and cultural transformation, I&D and wellbeing thought leader speaker in various conferences (such as the UN CSW Global Conference, Global Talent Leaders in Berlin and multiple Talent and Inclusion Forums in the Asia Pacific region.
She is an example of diverse experiences. Originally from Brazil, she has lived and worked in Asia, Europe and South America.
Her background is in trade and international affairs and her passion continues to be global inclusive growth and impact.
Managing Director – Talent Group Partners
Akhilesh is the Managing Director of Talent Group Partners, a UK based global HR advisory firm helping companies transform their people function to be future ready through culture transformation, digitization and adapting new operating models.
He has acquired vast experience across business operations, sales, consulting, human resources, and IT over the years and is a recipient of the prestigious Brandon Hall awards for Excellence in TA as well as the SHRM award for TA programs.
He is on the board of multiple start-ups in HR Tech and new tech industries as well and he is an Official Member of Forbes Human Resources Council.
Consultant - Bright Mango Solutions
Jun or JA is known in the HR and Talent Acquisition community as the Fairy Job Father who grants job wishes and makes career dreams come true.
Jun has 25 years of work experience and is a veteran of the War for Talent.
His tour of duty includes recruiting purple squirrels for professional services firms like Punongbayan & Araullo and KPMG and hiring armies of talented individuals for BPOs and Contact Centers.
Jun was recognized by the World HRD Congress in 2019 as one of the 50 Top Global HR Tech Minds and featured in a book published by HR Nation Philippines titled The 50 HR Leaders Reimagining The Filipino Organization.
Jun is currently in the front-lines of the recruitment digitization as a consultant for Bright Mango Solutions championing the use of RPA, AI, and other forward-thinking technologies that enable awesome candidate experience.
Among Jun’s many positions, roles and titles he’s held through the years, his favorite is a husband to Ana and a father to Xander, Ylanna and Zoe aka XYZ.
Co-founder / Podcaster
The Chad & Cheese - HR's Most Dangerous Podcast
Chad Sowash, a former Army Infantry drill sergeant, cut his teeth in online recruitment in ’98 with an outfit called Online Career Center before it launched in ’99 as Monster.com.
He went on to build DirectEmployers from the ground up, steer RecruitMilitary toward revenue as CXO and build Randstad's first military veteran hiring program.
Today, you can find him behind the mic at events, and/or working his ass off challenging the norm on HR's Most Dangerous Podcast.
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Human Resources,Televisión Educativa
The Chad and CheesePodcast, “HR’s Most Dangerous Podcast”
This award goes to the company who goes above and beyond to keep their candidates happy. Their candidates, even the ones that get rejected, only have good things to say about their experience.
This award goes to the company that went out of its way to include often-overlooked segments of the population. They leveraged technology to increase accessibility for a successful inclusion hiring initiative.
This award goes to the company that doesn’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach but instead, adapted their recruitment approach to accommodate the cultural differences in each of their geographies.
This award goes to the company whose recruitment process underwent a digital upgrade, making it quick and efficient for candidates to go through the entire process without leaving the safety of their homes.
This award goes to the company with the most creative and inspired use of recruitment marketing. They are able to raise brand awareness among their target demographic, and effectively convert those into leads later on.
This award goes to the company that did an excellent job organizing its career fair. The event was smooth-sailing and had lots of attendees that turned in their applications. Moreover, they gained new hires from the event.
This award goes to the company having the most well-rounded use of Artificial Intelligence to delight candidates. The interface must effectively address candidate concerns and guide them through the application process.
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This unique award goes to the talent acquisition leader who is voted by the people based on their ability to lead by example, and inspire others to follow in their footsteps to make recruitment better.
All nominees must be from the BPO industry and must have the proper documentation to show that their HR campaign was initiated, improved upon or completed 12 months before the opening of the nominations (September 19).
Easy. To enter and participate in the award event, you must be nominated in any of the mentioned categories. You can also participate by nominating your team or a TA professional/executive, your team you think has shown outstanding performance in the industry. Visit the website and select the category which you want to nominate and fill out the form.
If you are nominated and make it to the final round, you will need to be selected by our renowned judges who are expert practitioners in the Talent Acquisition profession.
In addition to gaining the prestige and global recognition that the awards bring you, we will be offering you perks to help you and your team continue to achieve outstanding performance.
Not at all. It’s completely free to nominate, be nominated, win an award and attend the event.
Yes. We welcome everyone in the industry and the public at large to participate and attend the Global BPO TA award ceremony.
You’ll get the chance to interact with experts in the industry as well as getting the opportunity to spend time with your peers and learn more about career-enhancing opportunities.
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