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Nominate An HR Game Changer!

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Know someone under the age of 40, who serves others and is accomplished in human resources, talent management, or any workforce-related skill? If so, Workforce magazine is holding a Game Changers competition to honor the next generation of workplace leaders who are making their mark in the field of Human Resources. The magazine explains, "as the best and brightest young talent in workforce management emerges, we want to recognize the profession's innovative rising stars for their positive impact on the past, present and future."

Game Changers nominations are only open until June 3, 2013.
(I apologize for the late notice! The program was just brought to my attention.) Winners will be selected by the editorial staff at Workforce magazine and featured in one of their upcoming issues. Past Game Changers have included rising stars in HR from companies across the world. Check out the 2011 recipients and 2012 recipients of the award. Their stories are extremely inspirational!

The Workforce magazine and website provide information on topics such as benefits, culture, compensation, law, recruitment, technology, training and development, and more across a variety of industries. The best part is that you can subscribe to the print magazine or their website for free. If you're on Twitter, you can follow Workforce magazine at @Workforcenews!

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