Black Engineer of the Year
Nomination Form 2003
17th Annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference
February 13-15, 2003
Black Engineer of the Year Awards
Employee Recognition at Its Best
Recognition. Visibility. The keys to keeping good employees.
Let's face it: recruiting top talent is difficult enough. But keeping the good people you have is just as important. When it comes to retaining and recruiting the best possible employees, few things add as much value as employee recognition programs.
Study after study has shown that it is neither money nor benefits that allows employers to hang onto the best employees. It's creating an environment where your brightest stars feel appreciated and valued for their day-to-day contributions. It's recognition for a job well done.
And when it comes to telling a valued employee s/he is critical to your organizational success, the Black Engineer of the Year Awards should be one of the main tools in your arsenal.
Sponsored by the Council of Engineering Deans of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities, defense giant Lockheed Martin Corporation, and America's leading general-interest technology magazine for minorities, USBE & Information Technology, these precious awards stand head and shoulders above all others. For its recipients, a Black Engineer of the Year Award takes a prominent place on an already crowded resume.
For 17 years, hundreds of government and Fortune 500 employers have selected the coveted Black Engineer of the Year Awards as part of their ongoing programs to praise existing employees and highlight their organizations' dedication to diverse hiring and promotion for their core constituencies, customers, and stockholders.
For you, the employer, or for a young person interested in starting a career with your organization, nothing sends a clearer welcome message than highlighting success stories of employees who found the only limitation on success was the extent of their talent and imagination.
Simply nominating an employee says that you value them.