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Aug 12, 2016
by: Sarah Pierce
Peggy Corbin: Wins Crains Archer award
 
Please join me in congratulating Peggy Corbin who was honored August 9, 2016 at the Crains Archer Awards event for excellence in Innovation in Human Resources! The Archer Awards honors talented NEO HR professionals who “hit the mark.” Peggy was nominated by our friends at Pradco for her efforts implementing programs typically unique to a NFP such as; “Managing Successfully”, Pay-4-Performance, and the Gallup survey to drive employee engagement through our agency wide “Reward and Recognition Group.”
 
The winners were announced at a ceremony last night with greater than 500 people in attendance. Peggy was amongst a stellar group of HR leaders, and it was truly a privilege to witness her receive this recognition. Peggy was gracious in her speech and recognized her HR team, RR, all of the staff at RR and those that support her in all avenues of her life; “I have the privilege of doing something every day that I love at an organization I admire with great committed people”. Congratulations Peggy!!
 
"I am so honored to be the recipient of the 2016 Archer Award for Innovation. Every day I have the opportunity to live my passion & be in the people profession. I am thankful for my family, Pam Gill, the  President, my HR team, and all the talented people at Recovery Resources who help me accomplish my professional and personal goals on a daily basis. It’s incredible to help people see the opportunity in the challenge, propel people to success, and cultivate people in creative ways because people are the content of our workplace and our lives!" said Peggy Corbin, Director of Human Resources.
 

"I will continue to be curious and attentive as it pertains to innovation in Human Resources and am thankful to be nominated by PRADCO and recognized for this award," said Corbin.

 
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