Every day, the editors at Canadian HR Reporter report on all the great work human resources professionals across the country do — now it's time to put the spotlight on these best practices and find that one person who is at the top of their game.

We're not looking for the biggest name, or the person with the fanciest title. We're looking to honour an HR professional who made a big difference at their company, or in the profession.

Please tell us about your accomplishments or the accomplishments of the HR professional you are looking to nominate.

If you want to attach any supporting documentation, please send it as an attachment (preferably as a PDF or Word document) via email to Todd Humber, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Canadian HR Reporter, at todd.humber@thomsonreuters.com

* 1. Please enter the name and contact information for the HR Professional you are nominating:

* 2. Tell us a little bit about this person's career - include any major achievements, education credentials, past roles or any other CV information you think is relevant:

* 3. In the past year, what has this person done that you think makes her/him and outstanding choice for HR Professional of the Year?

* 4. How has this person impacted the world of HR?

* 5. Did this person receive any other awards or accolades for their work? If so, please describe - could be company awards, community awards, awards from associations, etc.

* 6. Please describe any other aspects of the person's accomplishments not covered in the questions above:


* 7. Organization profile: Please tell us briefly about your organization and the scope of its operations

* 8. How many employees do you have?

* 9. Please enter the name and contact information for the person submitting this information:

* 10. Check the box below to indicate that the above statements are a true representation of what is occurring at your organization, and that you are authorized to act as an agent for your organization in submitting this information to Canadian HR Reporter for judging purposes for the 2018 National HR Awards competition.

Note: Information submitted in this form will not be shared publicly. It will only be viewed by Canadian HR Reporter/Thomson Reuters staff and the judges for this category. If you are selected as the winner in this category, Canadian HR Reporter will approach you for a story we're working on for October 2018 issue. We will also send a video crew to your workplace to produce a short film on your award-winning program. Winners will be invited to an exclusive gala reception on Sept. 20 in downtown Toronto. (Note: Date subject to change.)