Npower and University of Lincoln candidates shortlisted for Rising star award


Bethany Ridgewell at energy organisation Npower and Rosie Damarell at the University of Lincoln are among the candidates shortlisted in the Rising star category at this year’s Employee Benefits Awards.

This accolade, which is new for 2019, recognises HR, benefits and reward professionals starting out in their careers and who are having a positive and impactful effect on their organisation’s approach to benefits and reward.

The full category shortlist is:

  • Bethany Ridgewell, Npower
  • Dani Colvin Laws, The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Lucy Orchiston, EuroCarParts
  • Rhiannon Davies, hedgehog lab
  • Rosie Damarell, University of Lincoln

The winner will be announced at the Employee Benefits Awards and Summer Party 2019 on Friday 7 June 2019 at The Pavilion at The Tower of London.

HR, benefits and reward teams attending the event will be able to enjoy a drinks reception and sumptuous three-course lunch, as well as participate in the awards ceremony itself, this year hosted by actor and comedian Kerry Godliman. The awards presentation will enable professionals to hear best practice and innovation from the industry to celebrate winning employers across 20 varied awards categories. This includes Best employee engagement strategy, Most motivational benefits and Employee benefits professional of the year.

Guests will also be able to network with colleagues, peers and industry experts during the relaxed Summer Party, held after the awards lunch.

See the full shortlist.

For more information or to book your table.