Investors in People: silver until 2022

Following an assessment earlier this year, Mackley is delighted to announce it has maintained its Investors in People silver level accreditation.

Investors in People has set the standard for better people management since 1991, through an accreditation scheme which measures companies against a vigorous standard and defines what it takes to ‘lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results’.

The Investors in People Standard reflects the latest workplace trends, essential skills and effective structures required to outperform in any industry.

Mackley was visited by Investors in People on 29-30 April, with assessor Julie Price speaking to a total of 19 people across the company. She also visited the ongoing flood alleviation scheme at Godalming, where Mackley is constructing a 525m-long sheet pile wall to reduce flood risk to at least 90 homes.

The assessment report concluded: “The focus on continuous improvement and building future sustainability through business development and growth continues to be demonstrated with the teams supporting these areas across the business.”

Mackley has held Investors in People accreditation since 2009, and retention of the silver award is an endorsement of the commitment at all levels to the ongoing success of the organisation.

David Knapp, Mackley Business Development Manager, said: “Investors in People is an industry-leading accreditation scheme which focuses on people management.

“After an enjoyable two-day visit from our assessor Julie Price, we are delighted to maintain our silver accreditation for three more years.

“In line with Investors in People’s recommendations, we will continue to look and make improvements in people management throughout the organisation.”

02 July 2019

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