TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 9, 2016 /CNW/ -- WilsonHCG, a global talent solutions leader, today announced it has received two recognitions from Profiles in Diversity Journal. CEO John Wilson has been named a 2016 CEO in Action and Kim Pope, executive vice president of recruitment solutions, was recognized in the 2016 Women Worth Watching.
"These recognitions are truly an honor, and a testament to our commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture," Wilson said. "Building a culture on an open and transparent foundation that encourages individuals to contribute ideas freely at all levels within the organization is critical not only to maintain an engaged workforce but exceed customer expectations."
WilsonHCG believes that promoting a diverse and inclusive corporate culture, which goes beyond the traditional dimensions of diversity to include diversity of thought and experience, begins with leadership and the executive team. Profiles in Diversity Journal's CEO in Action award articulates Wilson's commitment to that collaboration alongside appreciation are the keys to company success. Wilson understands that a diverse workforce builds a dynamic company and enables people to thrive, which in turn has a lasting effect on innovation and growth.
WilsonHCG executive vice president of recruitment solutions, Kim Pope, was also honored for her commitment to inclusion with Profiles in Diversity Journal's 2016 Women Worth Watching list.
"I am grateful to be named to the 2016 Women Worth Watching list and want to continue spreading the message that it is our job as leaders to mentor younger generations, drive engagement and encourage young women to always reach for more," Pope said. "At WilsonHCG it is our goal to provide leadership opportunities and development for employees across all tenures and departments. As an executive, I am proud to help set the example and continue encouraging others to forge ahead."
Profiles in Diversity Journal's 15th Annual Women Worth Watching Awards celebrates the women forging ahead with global acclaim and making a difference not only in their workplace but around the world. Pope was recognized for her dedication to driving WilsonHCG's global growth strategy and her commitment to helping the next generation of women leaders.
Pope, along with the other winners, will be profiled in an upcoming issue of Profiles in Diversity Journal.
For a full list of winners, visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/06/prweb13498830.htm
WilsonHCG is a global talent solutions leader that operates on the principle of providing true partnership to its clients. Delivering business-impacting talent solutions – including recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), talent consulting, contingent workforce solutions and executive search – WilsonHCG is transforming its clients' businesses through their talent. Founded in 2002, the company's global headquarters is located in Tampa, Florida. While optimizing clients' talent strategies is essential, WilsonHCG recognizes the relationships it develops lead to the results its clients realize.
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