ClarkHouse Human Capital sponsors the Transformation and Empowerment Award at CHRO Awards 2019
Updated: Nov 1, 2019
ClarkHouse Human Capital is proud to announce their sponsorship of the Transformation and Empowerment Award at this year’s CHRO Awards. The event will be hosted by celebrated comedian, Loyiso Madinga, on 27 November 2019. This is the inaugural annual gala dinner event where the CHRO community celebrates excellence in HR and recognises individual leaders who have done exceptional work.
Transformation & Empowerment Award The winner of this award has shown remarkable achievements to create jobs and build the economy while boosting the performance of the company. The CHRO has been a true champion of compliance and is a promoter of transformation as a strategic imperative. The company has made serious efforts to promote diversity inside the organisation and through the enterprise supplier development efforts, brought a greater level of economic participation to its stakeholders. He or she made B-BBEE good practice a standing agenda item for board and management meetings and can point to tangible change and success in this regard.
ClarkHouse Human Capital is proud to be sponsoring the Transformation and Empowerment Award as it perfectly aligns with their company purpose, “To Rise By Lifting Others”. CEO ClarkHouse, Roy Clark commented, “ClarkHouse Human Capital has always been a prominent supporter of transformation, diversity and empowerment. We were one of the first companies in South Africa to actively drive the critical conversation about transformation in corporate South Africa which is why we hosted South Africa’s first “Diversity Day” event in 2017. We’re looking forward to continuing our support for transformation and empowerment by sponsoring this prestigious award.”
ClarkHouse Human Capital’s Advisory Division frequently consults to Africa’s top companies on how to drive true transformation and diversity within their organisations. Contact us today to see how we can help your organisation achieve its transformation and diversity goals.