Security Employee of the Year 2022: Vote for your favorite!
Soon the final voting for the title Security Employee of the Year will start again this year. Recently, the jury awarded their points to their favorites and selected six candidates for the final. We are currently in the final preparations so that you can vote for your favorite on Monday, March 28, 2022, punctually at 10:00 am.
Once again, we would like to thank our jury and all the participants in this year's election. As always, we and the jury members were spoilt for choice when it came to selecting just six finalists from the numerous impressive applications and proposals, who will now compete against each other in the online voting on behalf of all security employees from next week onwards.
The finalists of Security Employee of the Year 2022
Six applicants particularly impressed the jury this year with their resumes. This year's finalists come up trumps with a wide variety of professional and personal qualifications and qualities, and have thus rightly earned a place in the finals.
In our opinion, every single candidate deserves the title Security Employee of the Year 2022. Unfortunately, only one of them can win it. You decide who can call the title their own this year! As always, voting is open to the general public.
Voting starts Monday, 28 March 2022!
Starting Monday, March 28, 2022, 10:00 a.m., you can vote for your favorite via the link below. We are also distributing this through our social media channels to reach the widest possible audience.
Voting will last until 3:00 pm on Friday, April 15, 2022. Until then, you can influence who wins the title this year with your vote.
We have summarized general information about the election for you on our website. There you will also find details on the prizes that the winner of this year's Security Employee of the Year 2022 award will receive.
We hope for a lively participation in the voting and wish all finalists good luck and success!
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