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HR Works wins 2005 Rochester Business Ethics Award

HR Works Inc. has been named the recipient of the 2005 Rochester Business Ethics Award within the small company (less than 250 employees) category.

HR Works was chosen to receive the award from among 89 nominated companies and 13 finalists, and will be presented as a candidate for next year’s National Business Ethics Award.

The local awards, sponsored by the local Society of Financial Service Professionals, St. John Fisher College and the Rochester Business Alliance, were presented at a Sept. 22 luncheon at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center. Eliot Spitzer, attorney general of New York State, was the keynote speaker.


Finalists in the local competition were required to document a number of factors, including:

  • The company’s executive commitment to ethics in communications.
  • A code of ethics.
  • A mechanism for airing and resolving concerns brought by employees, customers and others.
  • Specific examples where the finalist demonstrated ethics in action.

HR Works, Inc., located in Rochester, New York, is a human resource management outsourcing and consulting firm serving more than 600 clients. HR Works provides full-time, part-time and interim HR managers; HR audits; legally reviewed employee handbooks and supervisor manuals; affirmative action programs; compensation programs; compliance training; and more.

To learn more about HR Works, visit www.hrworks-inc.com, or call 585-381-8340  ext. 11 (Rochester) or toll-free 1-877-219-9062.

HR Works, Inc., headquartered at 200 WillowBrook Office Park in Fairport (Rochester), New York, with an office in East Syracuse, is a human resource management outsourcing and consulting firm serving clients throughout the United States. HR Works provides scalable strategic human resource management and consulting services, including: affirmative action programs; benefits administration outsourcing; HRIS self-service technology; full-time, part-time and interim on-site HR managers; HR audits; legally reviewed employee handbooks and supervisor manuals; talent management and recruiting services; and training of managers and HR professionals.