Cogent Industrial Technologies has been selected as a Finalist for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy for the 6th annual Canadian HR Awards, the biggest showcase of excellence in the Canadian HR sector and the most prestigious representation of people-centric leadership and innovation in the business.
Being a finalist in the category of corporate social responsibility is especially significant to Cogent because empathy, being able to respond with compassion to other people’s views, concerns, and emotions, is one of our core values. We are honoured that the Canadian HR Awards have recognized our efforts in this realm.
“If you want a snapshot of the very best success stories in Canadian HR right now, you couldn’t do better than taking a look at this list of finalists,” said Jessica Duce, project director of the Canadian HR Awards. “It’s going to be a real honour to celebrate them all at our gala event in September. We’ll be gathering the smartest, most resilient and passionate HR teams and professionals for one big night – and we can’t wait.”
Winners in all 25 categories will be selected by a panel of industry experts and announced at the stellar black-tie awards gala, on September 12, 2019 at the Beanfield Centre in Toronto.
About Cogent Industrial Technologies
From greenfield to modernization projects, clients across the globe leverage our technology expertise in Wood based Panel-board and Pellet plants to successfully define, design, build and operate their industrial operations. Our services include: Project management, process engineering, plant-wide integration, industrial safety, electrical power, automation and controls, industrial IT and operations performance management. Our integrated approach connects equipment, processes and people to increase productivity, reduce operational cost and improve efficiencies.
About Human Resources Director (HRD)
Human Resources Director (HRD) is published in multiple editions in Canada, Australia, USA, Asia and New Zealand. The Canadian print edition is published quarterly, with a guaranteed distribution of 8,750 and e-mag circulation of 28,600. The print edition is supported by HRD Online, an online industry hub offering in-depth features, analysis of current HR issues, case studies and e-newsletters sent daily to 28,600 readers and subscribers across Canada. HRD has positioned itself as the magazine of choice for the country’s most influential HR decision makers.