Each year, the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) gives one health-care facility the Employer Recognition Award for exemplary, sustained support of the CNA Certification Program and CNA-certified registered nurses (RNs). To be eligible for the award, employers must be nominated by a current CNA-certified RN or certification candidate, or by a group of CNA-certified RNs and/or candidates with the same employer. Nominees for the Employer Recognition Award are also considered for the honourable mention and Innovation Award categories.
Why nominate your employer?
In addition to the recognition the award brings to employers — in journals (such as Canadian Nurse), in nursing conference materials and on the CNA website — award-winning employers also receive the following:
For the Employer Recognition Award winner:
A framed certificate
Two CNA registrations redeemable toward the 2014 application for initial or renewal certification
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