RoyOMartin was recognized with two Manufacturing Leadership Awards for Talent Management Leadership during a virtual gala on October 8. Our human-resources department gathered last week to receive the awards in person.
Given by the National Association of Manufacturers the following programs were selected for awards from a highly competitive pool of worldwide applicants:
- I Believe – an initiative designed to promote, both internally and externally, the organization’s commitment to a culture of opportunity through five distinct pillars
- WoodWorks – a company-designed and state-accredited industry-based curriculum offered in select Louisiana and Texas high schools
“To have RoyOMartin recognized as a leader in talent management by the National Association of Manufacturers is quite an honor,” stated Vice President of Human Resources Donna Bailey, who was instrumental in creating both the I Believe and WoodWorks programs. “We are passionate about developing, not only our current team members, but also our future workforce. As workforce demographics change, employers must be on the leading edge of people development, and we have found programs like I Believe and WoodWorks to be worthy investments in our communities.”