Employee Benefits Awards 2011 full list of finalists

Universal Music, Bombardier Transportation UK, Carlsberg and Volvo are among the finalists of the Employee Benefits Awards 2011.

Book your table to find out who the winners are on 9 June at the awards ceremony

After two days of intensive judging by our 22 highly experienced judges we are pleased to announce the shorts for each of our 20 categories. And the finalists are:

Most effective travel strategy for business and perk car drivers

Bombardier Transportation UK entered by PricewaterhouseCoopers

Cable and Wireless Worldwide

Computer Sciences Corporation entered by Lex Autolease

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer entered by Aon Hewitt

Interserve Project Services entered by The Miles Consultancy

Most effective healthcare and wellbeing strategy for organisations with more than 1,000 staff

American Express Services Europe

BGL Group

East Lothian Council

Linklaters

Quintiles

Telegraph Media Group entered by PMI Health Group

Most effective healthcare and wellbeing strategy for organisations with fewer than 1,000 staff

Browne Jacobson

CA Technologies

PX Group

Towry

Most effective sickness absence management strategy

Browne Jacobson

Carlsberg entered by Buck Consultants

Cisco entered by Thomsons Online Benefits

East Sussex County Council entered by Fuel PR International

Fasset

University Of Lincoln

Most effective pensions strategy

Capital One entered by Secondsight

Ernst and Young

Institution of Civil Engineers entered by Secondsight

Northern Rock

Oracle entered by Secondsight

Pret A Manger entered by Bluefin

Most effective motivation or incentive strategy

British Gas

DHL entered by Edenred

Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts, London

Ladbrokes

Nationwide Building Society

The Pensions Trust

Volvo entered by P&MM

Most effective use of a flexible benefits plan

BNP Paribas entered by Towers Watson

Boehringer-Ingelheim entered by Edenred

Cisco entered by Thomsons Online Benefits

Lloyds Banking Group

Punch Taverns entered by Vebnet

Three entered by Bluefin

Vinci Construction entered by Personal Group

Most effective use of a voluntary benefits plan

BSkyB entered by Asperity Employee Benefits

Cancer Research UK

DB Schenker entered by Asperity Employee Benefits

McDonald’s Restaurants

Nationwide Building Society

Zurich Financial Services Group

Most effective all-employee share scheme strategy

Asda entered by Computershare

Cable and Wireless Worldwide

Marks and Spencer entered by Equiniti

TalkTalk Telecom Group entered by Equiniti

Veolia Environnement UK entered by Equiniti

Most effective use of financial education in the workplace

Computer Sciences Corporation entered by Aon Hewitt and Scottish Widows

E.On

Marks and Spencer

Oracle entered by Secondsight

Siemens entered by Towers Watson

Most effective reward or benefits strategy for staff based outside the UK

Quintiles entered by Edenred

Towers Watson

Universal Music Group entered by Bluefin

Most effective benefits communications strategy for employers with more than 5,000 UK staff

E.On entered by Benefex

FirstGroup

HSBC Bank

Marks and Spencer entered by Equiniti

Punch Taverns entered by Vebnet

Siemens entered by Towers Watson

Most effective benefits communications strategy for employers with fewer than 5,000 UK staff

B. Braun Medical

dunnhumby entered by Bluefin

Moneysupermarket.com Group entered by Lorica

Sage entered by Thomsons Online Benefits

Southco entered by BHSF

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation entered by Vebnet

Vinci Constuction entered by Personal Group

Most effective benefits strategy for working parents and/or carers

Bradford District Care Trust

Workplace Options

Ministry of Justice and National Offender Management Service entered by Edenred

Procter and Gamble

University Of Lincoln

Most effective total reward strategy

RS Components

The City and Guilds of London Institute entered by Thomsons Online Benefits

Towry

Zurich Financial Services

Most effective benefits strategy in a public sector organisation

Bradford District Care Trust

Ministry of Justice and National Offender Management Service entered by Edenred

National Health Service England and Wales entered by Hymans Robertson

University of Lincoln

Most effective benefits strategy for organisations with fewer than 1,000 UK staff

The City and Guilds of London Institute entered by Thomsons Online Benefits

Incisive Media

LeasePlan UK entered by Lorica

NYSE Euronext entered by Truestone Employee Benefits

The Pensions Trust

Universal Music Group entered by Bluefin

Most effective benefits strategy for organisations with more than 1,000 UK staff

BNP Paribas entered by Towers Watson

FirstGroup

Quintiles entered by Edenred

Three entered by Bluefin

Vinci Construction entered by Personal Group

Benefits team of the year

Amey entered by Aon Hewitt

Capital One entered by Secondsight

The City and Guilds of London Institute entered by Thomsons Online Benefits

FirstGroup entered by Penkom

LeasePlan UK entered by Lorica

Zurich

Employee Benefits professional of the year

Ricky D’Ash, compensation and benefits manager, Equity Insurance Group

John Chilman, group reward and pensions director, FirstGroup

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Find out who the winners of each category are at the Employee Benefits Awards 2011 ceremony on 9 June at Artillery Gardens at The HAC, London. Book your table