Helios HR is Recognized with Prestigious National Capital Business Ethics Award
NCBEA recognizes businesses outside of the financial service industry that have a commitment to business excellence and to the highest standards of civic and social responsibility, integrity and ethical conduct. “We had more than 100 nominees this year, an increase showing that companies are taking ethical behavior more seriously,” says event co-chair Jeff Hamblen. Awards are given in four categories depending on the size of the company. Helios HR won in the medium size category.
“I have always believed when you do the right thing, the right thing will happen,” stated Kathy Albarado, Helios HR President and CEO. “I am honored to be considered among such an esteemed group of professionals. The NCBEA recognition is a result of our team and our client acknowledgment for how we do our jobs, the integrity we demonstrate to our profession, and our commitment to the community where we live and work.” A factor in Helios HR’s selection was the company’s own corporate recognition award program, the Apollo Awards, which recognize organizations that support and reward employee development programs.
The ethics award was presented to Helios HR on October 28, 2010 at a black-tie event at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner. The event recognized companies that have demonstrated their integrity, civic and social responsibility, and business excellence through an extensive nomination process, case studies, individual interviews and other criteria.
About Helios HR
Helios HR provides human resources outsourcing, consulting, and recruiting services that optimize your workforce and HR operations. With Helios, you gain a strategic business partner with a keen eye on your organization’s culture, growth, and business strategy. For more information, visit www.helioshr.com.
Each fall at a black-tie gala event, NCBEA recognizes companies that have demonstrated their integrity, civic and social responsibility, and business excellence in the Greater Washington region. Hosted by the National Capital Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals in partnership with George Mason University, the competition is open to any organization (except financial service companies). Recipients of this highest honor in business ethics have an executive-level commitment to business ethics, specific examples of how they implement their corporate code of conduct, and clear communication that sets expectations for ethical behavior.