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We're seeking nominations for HR leaders in 2022 who are building the workplaces of the future

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  • Insider is seeking nominations for its annual list of HR innovators. 
  • Submit your suggestions via this form by 5 pm ET on Feb. 4, 2022. 
  • We're looking to feature individuals championing D&I and committed to supporting employees.

We're seeking nominations for Insider's list of the most innovative HR leaders of 2022, and we want to hear from you. 

Submit your suggestions via this form by 5 p.m. ET on February 4, 2022.

The workplace has been transformed by the forces of a global pandemic, and more recently, the Great Resignation. We're looking to feature HR executives who are taking actionable steps to improve workplace culture and practices as employers and employees grapple with ongoing and arising challenges.

These individuals will be champions of diversity and inclusion and committed to supporting employees during difficult times.

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We want top talent managers who are reimagining issues like family leave, leadership training, hiring and recruiting, and the makings of a safe and inclusive workplace.

Criteria and methodology

This is the third year that Business Insider is profiling HR innovators. You can see last year's list here.

The ranking will be determined based on the nominee's role and responsibilities, and impact on their company and the industry.  

Complete this form by the submission deadline of February 4, 2022, at 5 p.m. ET to have your selection considered for the list. Please be as specific as possible in your submission.

Please email Catherine Henderson (she/her) at with any questions.

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