AWLP in Search of Innovative Work-Life Programs

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Now accepting applications for 2008 AWLP Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award. Could your organization be among the ranks of Massachusetts General Hospital, Sun Microsystems, The U.S. Army, and the nation of Singapore? All of these have been recipients of the AWLP Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award. As the highest honor offered by AWLP, the Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award will be presented at the annual WorldatWork Total Rewards 2008 Conference & Exhibition being held May 20-23, 2008 in Philadelphia.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Could your organization be among the ranks of Massachusetts General Hospital, Sun Microsystems, The U.S. Army, and the nation of Singapore? All of these have been recipients of the AWLP Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award. As the highest honor offered by AWLP, the Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award will be presented at the annual WorldatWork Total Rewards 2008 Conference & Exhibition being held May 20-23, 2008 in Philadelphia.

The AWLP Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award was created in 1996 to recognize work-life strategies to influence integration of workplace, family and community. Past award winners exemplify forward-thinking organizations that realize the strategic correlation between work-life balance and organizational productivity. Winning programs create a more engaged workforce; enable employees to feel more successful in all aspects of their life; and attract, motivate and retain talented people.

In 2007, three organizations received the Innovative Excellence Award for their efforts in telework and employee wellness campaigns that not only improved employees’ lives, but also improved the bottom line for the business.

Award criteria and application are now available at http://www.awlp.org/award. The application is free to complete and the deadline is Nov. 2, 2007; winners will be notified in March 2008, with special recognition at the Total Rewards Conference.

Organizations with effective work-life strategies and programs may also submit a workshop proposal to share their experience and expertise with their colleagues at the AWLP and WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference. For more information and to access the online workshop proposal submission form, visit http://www.worldatwork.org/callforpresentations before Oct. 1, 2007.

About Alliance for Work-Life Progress®
Alliance for Work-Life Progress (http://www.awlp.org) is dedicated to advancing work-life effectiveness as a strategy for better integration of work, family and community. AWLP, an entity of WorldatWork, serves as a national center of work-life expertise that defines and recognizes innovation and best practices, facilitates dialogue within the diverse work-life community and promotes work-life thought leadership.

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