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About 22 companies have received the prestigious 2017 HR Focus Magazine awards.

The awards, according to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr Mrs. Ellen Hagan, are presented to industry players for their exceptional work in Human Resource over the past two years.

The awards ceremony, which was held at the Banquet Hall of the State House in Accra lately, attracted a number of dignitaries and industry players.

MTN Ghana won six of the awards-Overall Best in HR Management, Best HR Information Systems, Best Organization in Organizational Culture and Employer of Choice.

Mrs Ama Benneh Amponsah of MTN was also adjudged the HR Practitioner of the year.

Fidelity Bank, Accra City Hotel, Tullow Oil, and Herbalife were adjudged the best in HR Best Management Services, Management in Hospitality, Best Management in Energy Natural Resources and Best Management in the SME Sector respectively.

Best Organization in Learning &Development award went to Vodafone, Best Organization in Rewards Management award was won by Barclays Bank, Best Organization in Performance Management Award was won by Airtel Ghana, and Best Organization in Recruitment & Selection award went to Vodafone.

Other recipients of the awards were Amaris Terminal, Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), Omni Bank, Lister Hospital, GenserEnergy, Old Mutual and Expro Gulf.

An HR Focus Magazine conference held for industry players, stakeholders and students at the College of Physicians and Surgeons near the State House, Accra preceded the awards ceremony.

The conference was attended by a huge number of students and industry players, among others.

Participants discussed Carrier Development Sessions, Websoft Solutions HR Forum, and Business set up and Challenges.

Pentecost University College, University of Professional Studies and Accra (UPSA), Wisconsin University College and the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) took the first, second, third and fourth positions respectively in the student challenge.

Resource persons for the conference included Kobina Ata Badu, CEO of United Wealth Limited, Rev Cecil Apeagyei Collins, founder of Rehoboth Foundation.

About HR Focus

HR Focus Magazine is the first and only Human Resource Magazine in Ghana.

According to Mrs Ellen M Hagan, CEO of HR Focus Magazine, the company has successfully organized five conferences and two award programmes.

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