The best HR practice award

Human Driven Reshape (HdR)

Primary goal of the project is to select the best HR business practice which brings values for the employees, company and society as a whole.

About the project

Besides the primary goal to promote good and humane business practices, a motive for pursuing this project is also the improvement of business environment through motivating the other legal entities to conduct the similar activities.

Low level of unemployment and increase in brain drain are the additional motivating factors for domestic and global companies operating locally to take more into account the needs of human capital, while defining the strategies.

Professional jury

Business leaders who will provide support in selecting the best HR practice

Jelena Šribar

Human Resources Director
Mercator-S doo

Jelena Šribar

Human Resources Director
Mercator-S doo

Jelena Šribar has 10+ years of experience on the positions of HR senior in leading international companies within the FMCG sector, banking and retail. She has worked in Serbia, Western Balkans and CEE countries. As of 2020, she has been the head of HR in Mercator-S (IDEA, Roda, Mercator and VELPRO), the second largest retailer in our country and the fifth-biggest company in Serbia, with 8000+ employees
She is a psychologist and psychotherapist by education, and by her choice and strong personal beliefs – an HR enthusiast.

Nikola Ilijin

Menadžer Human resource manager
Microsoft Software

Nikola Ilijin

Menadžer Human resource manager
Microsoft Software

Nikola Ilijin is the human resource manager in the Microsoft Software company. He has acquired 10 years of experience in human resources by working for the Adecco, Samsung Electronics Adriatics and Societe Generale bank. Nikola has a diverse experience in the human resource area : recruitment and selection, compensations and benefits, training and development, performance and talents management , employment relations, development of organisational culture, diversity and inclusion.

Milica Jovic

People and Culture director South East Europe at Philip Morris International

Milica Jovic

People and Culture director South East Europe at Philip Morris International

Milica spent two years as Nelt’s CHRO and eight years as a management consultant with McKinsey before joining Philip Morris International in 2019. Prior to starting her professional career, Milica studied at Yale University, where she obtained BA in History. Her background spans across FMCG and pharma sectors in Europe and the United States. Having served clients on a broad range of topics – from strategy and business development to reorganization, transformation, and post-merger management – Milica is well versed for today’s fast paced business environment. Particularly passionate about smoke-free vision of Philip Morris International, Milica is supporting transformation of business in SEE and collaborating with colleagues and teams across the globe in driving this change. Her personal priorities, as a leader, are to provide opportunities for further growth for her team and instilling learning mindset across the organization.

Criteria

What are the criteria for selection of the winning business practice?

Value which a business practice has for the employees
Value which a business practice brings to the company
Sustainability of a business practice
Value of a business practice for the society

Benefits for the companies participating in the project:

Empowering the employer branding
Enhancing the reputation
Improvement of a business environment through motivating the other companies to engage in similar actions and promotion of the responsible and human-centred operations
PR

Nominate your HR business practice

Business practice implies a sustainable company program (application of practice is at least 2 years) which brings value for the employees, company and society.