Rite-Solutions and Mutual Fun Finish First For “Transforming HR” in the 2015 WhatWorks® Award Program

Deliotte WhatWorks Award
OAKLAND, Calif., June 8, 2015 — Bersin by Deloitte today released the results of the WhatWorks Award Program, which recognizes innovation and excellence across the critical areas of high-impact HR, learning and talent.  Results were announced April 30 at Bersin by Deloitte’s annual research conference, IMPACT 2015, at the Trump National Doral resort in Miami, Florida.

Rite Solutions was among five top contenders that presented their achievements in a special session with IMPACT 2015 conference attendees. Rite Solutions and the additional finalists, which included Autotrader, Kettering Health Network, Marriott International and T-Mobile, focused on programs to acquire, train, engage and retain top talent, develop leaders, optimize and transform human resource organizations to drive business innovation and growth. Bersin by Deloitte analysts were joined by other industry leaders in choosing the finalists. HR professionals attending the special session voted to choose the ultimate award recipient.

David Mallon, head of Research, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP. said “This year’s leading WhatWorks Award Program entries in all categories showcased inventive and pragmatic solutions to real challenges in a world of work that continues to grow and change. This is especially the case in the areas of attracting, developing, engaging and retaining top talent with skills essential to drive agility, innovation and competitive advantage.”

Transforming HR: Rite-Solutions finished first for creating an online innovation engine that uses a gaming strategy to help its employees create and collaborate on ideas for new products, improve internal processes, enhance customer service and drive technological change. Rewards and recognition are offered for the top ideas/players. The design of the application allows employees at all levels to introduce new ideas and engage in the evaluation of ideas created by fellow employees. One employee’s idea, built upon by others, led to the company winning a multimillion-dollar contract with a government agency in 2014.

WhatWorks Award Program-related activities will include public webinars featuring specific HR, training and talent management topic areas and leaders.

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