The Helios Apollo Awards recognize Washington-area organizations that promote employee growth and development as an integral part of their organizational culture. Winners and finalists recognize these programs are not only necessary in providing them a competitive advantage, but that they contribute to employee retention by developing strong managers and providing meaningful projects, credibility through enhanced certifications, and succession planning through promotional opportunities. Their efforts not only benefit the end client, but the individual and the community as well.
“This year’s finalists stand out as the D.C. region’s best in executing impactful human capital management programs,” said Kathy Albarado, president and CEO, Helios.
New Signature was selected as the winner from the group of five finalists in the Thio category (51-100 Employees) that recognizes top performers among the region’s largest employers.
“We are thrilled to be honored by Helios and the esteemed judging committee for our dedication to our employees and our efforts to develop the best talent in the industry,” said Christopher Hertz, CEO of New Signature. “Employee well-being and development is incorporated in every aspect of New Signature’s business, from strategy to operations. This human capital strategy is a key competitive advantage that New Signature leverages in serving customers. We are proud to be a firm that is defined by our people and the amazing passion they have for the community, each other, our customers, and New Signature. It is with their leadership that New Signature has earned recognition as a company committed to business excellence and to the highest standards of civic and social responsibility, integrity and ethical conduct.”